These cards are SO MUCH FUN to create!
You will need the following materials:
Scrapbook Paper Scraps (Mine were from jillibean SOUP and bella BLVD), White Card Stock, Black Sharpie Marker, Laura Kelly Buttons, Embroidery Floss, Aleene’s® Tacky Tape Runner™. from I Love to Create, Hot Glue, Envelope (sized to fit whatever card you create) and Scissors
Let’s Get Started!
Doodle some eggs on the card stock with your Sharpie Marker (I used my personalized ones that were a gift for serving on the Sharpie Squad) then cut them out and mount them on scrapbook paper with a tape runner and cut out again.
Next, while your Ad-tech gun is heating up, tie your knots onto your buttons by threading different colors of floss through each one and double knotting.
When the glue gun is ready, adhere the buttons to the eggs using the hot glue.
Cut some grass out of scrapbook paper. Cut and fold your card from another piece in the size that you would like (preferably to fit an envelope). Mine is a 5×7. Adhere the eggs and grass using either your tape runner or the glue gun. If you want to adhere first to a background and then to the card, that would be lovely.
Your finished card will be an eggcellent masterpiece.
You can doodle a card stock bunny (or use an extra egg) for an envelope closing accessory if you really want to button it up in eggcellence.
Have a fantabulous time doodling, cutting and gluing up some Easter fun.