This card was too fun to create and darling for this time of the year!
I used the adorable stamp set, "Hopping By", for the stamped images. The paper used comes from the Paper Fundamentals Whimsy Assortment. One side of the paper has a glossy, embossed pattern. (It does not always photograph well but I think you get the idea.) I love the texture and variety it offers!
I paper-pieced the carrot and carrot-top. What does paper-piecing mean? It means I stamped the original image on a piece of White Daisy cardstock and then stamped it again on the Sunset B&T paper, from the Scaredy Cat Paper Packet, and cut it out. I stamped the image...one more time...on Pear cardstock and cut out the leafy part. I glued both pieces on the original stamped image and this was the result. I used ShinHan markers to color in the rest of the image. While paper-piecing takes a little bit of time...it sure is worth it! Try it and let me know what you think!
A scalloped circle cut out of Pear cardstock, and some white accents and I was done! Because of the glossy texture of the paper, I did stamp the sentiment in Archival Black Ink and allows for it to dry.
I used this sketch from Freshly Made Sketches - #178 to design this card. Totally love when I have a point of inspiration.
I hope you enjoy the card. Feel free to shop on my website if you need some supplies to create handmade Easter/Spring cards! Click HERE to be directed there.