Hello there again. It’s Sharon here today, and I wanted to share with you a really quick card, for all the busy gals who want to make handmade cards for Easter, but not necessarily have the time to do so. I made this card as part of my Super Simple Project Series over on my blog, as it’s been quite a while since I’ve shared a super simple project, for this ongoing series I feature from time to time there. Easter is right around the corner, so I thought, why not give it a go now, right?
I created this one layer Easter themed card using some Lindy’s Stamp Gang products, and it’s an easy and quick one to create. It’s really perfect for mass production too, so if you have a few you need to make, and are short on time, this might be the one for you.
I used several Lindy’s sprays for the back ground: Curioser Chartreuse, Pink Ladies Pink, California Poppy Gold and Tibetan Poppy Teal. You can totally change those up and pick the colors you want for your card. I also used Midnight Copper embossing powder by LSG. If you have not tried Lindy’s embossing powder, I have to tell you, you are missing out. The two tone on the powders is super unique, and I truly do love them. The effects you get with them are like nothing you get with regular embossing powder. I totally recommend you try some, as you’ll notice the difference immediately between them, and all your other powders.
I created a short video tutorial on how this card came easily together. You can watch it by clicking HERE.
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7 thoughts on “Super Simple One Layer Easter Card By Sharon Martinelli”
Great idea. Really appreciate you’re instant reply. We do not get Lindys Stamp Gang goods her in NZ .I have just got delivery of some to play with. Cheers. Carole
Thank you Lizzy!
Thank you Ivett!
Thanks just an old mouse pad I have, that I use as a stamping mat. It provides cushioning on my stamping surface which allows for a perfect stamp almost every time. Thanks for stopping by the blog!
Hi. I am new to this. What is the black tray you use in tutorial for placing card on while stamping? Thanks. I love your style. Cheers from New Zealand
Simply beautiful Sharon!
Such a fresh and beautiful card Sharon!! Thanks for the tut too!!