Easter Card Swap


I am part of a group called Maryland Stampers. We are a group of Stampin' Up! Demonstrators from around the Delmarva region and we have a few from PA, NJ and even England. Each month we have a swap which is a great way to get samples for all of you to see using different stamp sets with a different perspective. This month I was inspired by my memories of my childhood pediatrician. In his office he had these beautiful displays of sugar eggs. I loved doing the diorama effect with this card. If you would like to receive one of these cards leave a comment below and I will randomly choose two people to send the card to. Please email me your address at 1phatchicdesign@gmail.com.


Card Base:
4 1/4" x 11
Score at 2 3/4" then rotate and Score at 2 3/4"

Paper Pieces:
Peek A Boo Peach 3 1/2" x 3 1'2"
Bermuda Bay(2)
3 1/4" x 3 1/4" for card layer
2" x 1 1/2" for globe bottom
Cupcake Carousel DSP 3" x 3"
Cupcake DSP for panels (2)
4 1/8" x 4 1/8"
Early Espresso 2" x 2"
Very Vanilla (3)
1. 2 1/2" x 2 1'2" (for back)
2. 2" x 2" (2) one for saying and one for eggs
Pear Pizzaz 3" x 3"
Peek A Boo Peach Ribbon 13"

After cutting all your supplies:

Stamp the Bunny on Early Espresso with Versamark

Stamp the Eggs on the small Very Vanilla Piece with Versamark

Use clear embossing powder and emboss the bunny and the eggs.

Color the eggs.
Check out my video on my Youtube channel for instructions for marbling your eggs.


Die Cut the bunny, grass, and eggs using the dies from the basket builder set.

Die Cut the globe piece using the Up and Away Die piece the one right above the bottom of the balloon.

Cut the Cupcake Carousel DSP using the circle thinlet to create the hole.

Cut the grass shape using the circle thinlet.

Using the Foam Strip Adhesive double up on itself and put around the edge of the hole. This allows for the perfect diorama to occur as you can use a single layer dimensional for the grass.

Adhere the DSP Piece to the Very Vanilla sqaure.

Adhere your pieces.

1. The bunny to the vanilla using mono adhesive
2. The grass to the vanilla using a dimensional
3. Eggs to the grass using mono adhesive
4. The globe piece to the DSP using mono adhesive.


Stamp the sentiment "May your chocolate be solid" and cut in the fashion shown in the photo. And adhere to the DSP

Tie your ribbon around the card base and adhere your layers on one side to the base.

Now you have created a wonderful easter card.