Craft this adorable Easter card and matching tag in a few simple steps. We love the woodland feel to these papers, the earthy tone colour palette matches perfectly with the sweet, illustrations! Read on to find crafty inspiration for your Easter projects.
Happy Easter Card
You will Need
Free Printable Papers
Floral Muse Buttons
First Edition Layered Flowers Die Set
Dovecraft 6x6 kraft card blank
Download Your Free Easter Papers Here
How to Make
1.Cut a 15cm square of your chosen design from the free printable papers and adhere to the kraft card blank using glue. Layer on top with a 12.5cm square of coordinating Easter paper at an angle.
2.Cut a 14.5cm x 5cm strip of Easter paper to fit across the centre of your card blank and adhere.
3.Draw an egg shape approximately 11.5cm in height and 8cm in width onto your Easter paper. Cut out and, adhere to the centre of your card.
4.Cut out one of the tags and adhere to the egg at an angle using 3D foam pads. Die cut a larger and smaller flower from the First Edition flower die set and layer onto the top of your tag.
5.Add three buttons from the Floral Muse collection, vertically, to the top right of your card. Cut out two eggs from the free papers and overlap them at the bottom of the tag using 3D foam pads.
Happy Easter Tag
1.Cut out an 11.5cm x 8cm egg shape from kraft card. Adhere your chosen Easter paper design to the egg and cut around the shape and get rid of excess paper.
2.Add a strip of 8cm x 3.5cm of matching Easter paper across the centre of the egg.
3.Choose a tag from the Easter papers and stick it to your tag at an angle, using 3D foam pads.
4.Hole punch the top of your egg tag and thread through a section of twine, tie the twine together so it holds.
5.Wrap twine around your egg and tie it together by making a bow at the front.
These cute and charming designs are so varied and the best thing is, you can print out as many papers as you like! These papers would be great if you wanted to decorate your Easter eggs to give them a quirky touch! How are you going to use these designs in your projects? Don’t forget to upload your Easter makes in the project gallery!