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Easter Blessings

Hi everyone! It's me Tonya and since Easter is right around the corner I wanted to share a card I created using the past Mailbox Muse Magical Gypsy Bazaar Kit and Kunze German Scraps. I have never had the opportunity to use the German foil before but let me say this I love it!

I started by cutting and folding an embossed piece of green polka dot Bazzill cardstock to create a 5" x 5 1/2" cardbase.  Ink the edges of the 4 3/4" x 4 3/4" light green polka dot cardstock and adhere off center of the base along with the german foil white medallion.


I cut a 1 3/4" x  5 1/2" stripe of patterned cardstock and center and adhere along with the an pink piece of cardstock cut slightly larger than the gold german foil and adhere to the top of the card base.


I fussy cut the bunny from the Fresh Springtime printable, added a little Star Dust Stickles to the egg and adhered to the card along with the sentiment that I printed from the computer.


I finished the card off with punched out flowers, Easter Dew Drops and Star Dust Stickles and a mini egg and thread from my own personal stash.


There is even more supplies in the Mailbox Muse kits than you can imagine. Tons of cardstock, stamp set, embellishments, images and best part of all you can sign up for a membership and get it at a discounted price. So be sure to check past kits and while you are there sign up. Also be sure to check Kunze German Foil website for a wonderful assortment of German Foil.



Supplies Used:

Altered Pages: Mailbox Muse Magical Gypsy Bazaar Kit, Fresh Springtime printableStar Dust SticklesEaster Dew Drops
Other Supplies: Kunze German Foil, Thread, Mini Egg

Thanks for stopping by, hope your day is wonderful and enjoy creating!

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