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💐Hoppy Easter Card💐

Sup Guys! It’s Marie Back on the blog to wish you a very Happy Spring!!! And what better way to celebrate spring than with a Springtime dimensional Easter Box Card featuring some adorably colorfulEaster-bunny gnomes! 

Today’s Card features the "Spring Time Gnomes" stampset from My Favorite Things and its corresponding Die-Namics
The box card dies I used to create my card is the Slim Scenescape Builder Creative Cuts from Mama Elephant. The half circle back panel is from the Scene Scape Add on also from Mama Elephant called Slim Scenescape Rainbow Add on Creative Cuts
One of my favorite things about this card is the adorable gnome house! This die cut set from My Favorite Things is called Gnome Place Like Home Die-Namics, and it’s absolutely wonderful and whimsical! If you love paper piecing like I do, you’ll love all the different dies that cut out so many fun elements to color and layer!
For my “Hoppy Easter” sentiment, I used the Trinity Stamps Graham Cracker Alphabet Die Set. I love these alphabet dies so much! They are what I have been reaching for the most all the time these days! 
A lot of people wonder what I use to color my images and this time I used my Derwent 72 set water soluble pencils .
 Even though this card was time consuming, the actual card assembly part was super easy! And That’s why I love dimensional box cards! They are so easy to put together and so much fun to give! Totally worth the time it takes! Plus, I always go all out with my Easter Cards especially since I’ll be hand delivering this one to my parents!
I hope you enjoyed and were inspired by this Weeks card share! If you liked any of the products featured in this card, please be sure to visit the Butterfly Reflections Ink Online Shop to checkout all the amazing goodies!!! Until next time, Happy Crafting!!! Peace ✌️ Marie Marco @marneymakesart  


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