Quilted Easter Eggs for Cardabilities 27

Good morning! March marks my last month of the 6 months I've spent as a designer with Cardabilities and I've loved every single second of it being on their design team and the wonderful sketches that are provided for us. The sketches are revealed each month on the 15th and 30th, and if you're not playing along, you are definitely missing out. The designers are fabulous on this team and I'm blessed to have been able to be a part of Cardabilities. I will have one more card for you on March 30 and the new design team will have their reveal on April 15. You might see me back in a few months though as we're only allowed to serve two terms in a row. Today's sketch is out of the box and challenging. I took a little bit of liberty with it but you can see the sketch and the patchwork/quilting behind the Easter eggs. I hope that you enjoy my card and that you get some great inspiration from it. This card took a bit of time to make as it's so detailed. Thank you so much for stopping by to visit me and God bless you! Today's Treasure: Matthew 28:6. Be sure to visit the other design team members to see how they can inspire you!

Stamps: PTI Egg Hunt
Card Stock: PTI Stamper's Select White, Summer Sunrise
Designer Paper: PTI Bity Baby Blessings, Guide Lines, 2008 Bitty Dot Basics, Egg Hunt
Ink: PTI Spring Moss, Plum Pudding, Summer Sunrise, Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories: Embroidery thread from craft supply, Stampin' Up! More Mustard Flower Designer Button, Bity Buttons, 1-1/8" square punchPTI Plum Pudding 3/8" satin ribbon, egg die-cut, ProvoCraft Cuttlebug D-Vine Swirl dry embossing A2 folder, Heidi Snapp Edge Distresser
Size: 4 x 4

Cut white card stock to 4 x 8, score at the 4" mark, fold and burnish. Punch out 9 squares of a variety of designer paper, distress edges, and sponge. Arrange on white card stock and adhere. Cut a piece of purple card stock to 3" square, distress edges, and sponge. Cut a piece of designer paper to 2-7/8 square, distress edges, and sponge. Stamp sentiment using black ink at the bottom middle. Tie ribbon around sentiment panel and knot on the right side. Die-cut two eggs using designer paper and sponge edges. Die-cut one egg using yellow card stock, dry emboss, and sponge edges. Cut strips of designer paper and adhere to the middle of each egg. Tie embroidery thread through buttons and adhere to eggs. Put foam dots on the yellow egg and adhere to the middle of the sentiment panel. Adhere the other two eggs on each side of the yellow egg.

 

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