Easter Card #2

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      Welcome to Friday’s Craft and Chat. I am glad that you are here with me. I must admit that my mind this week has been going around. I feel like I am ready to get out of the house. It is more than Cabin fever it is going crazy. I know I am not the only one feeling like this. A year of putting our lives on hold is a struggle. I am thankful that I have had you and this outlet. Please let me know what other things you have done to handle the struggle of Cornorvirus? I am ready to get back out there with friends and just have a good time. I miss the interaction in person with other people. I want to be responsible with my approach of getting out. I do not want to just go out and run wild, but I want to be out enjoying the weather. I was not aware that I was taking things for granted like taking every opportunity, I had to be around other Christians. Now that I am aware I want to not take it for granted when I start to move around. I guess I am saying it, time for me to take the vaccine. Yes, you heard me right Ms. on the fence is ready. I wish I did have any doubts but I am trusting not in the vaccine but the Lords. I beg you to pray and find out all you can before you go get the vaccine. Let me grab a cup of coffee and meet you back in the craft room for the craft part of this blog.

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Crafting Steps

Easter card@2

        Pull up a chair and let’s start making an Easter card. This card will have a bunny, eggs, and peek boo theme. We will be using dies, stamps, inks, and markers. It is a top-fold card.

Materials

Bunny Stamp and die

Easter Basket stamp

Vine stamp

Yellow card stock

Happy Easter stamp

A piece of designer paper

An arch die

Orange gems

A piece of white card stock

Big Shot

Glue

Steps:

  1. Cut the solid color yellow card stock 4 1/2′ by 1’1 scoring at 5 1/2′.
  2. Cut a piece of the designer card stock 4′ by 5′.
  3. Attach the designer card stock to the yellow card stock.
  4. Place the arch die over the front of the two card stock and run it through the Big Shot cutting machine.
  5. Stamp the bunny and Easter basket out of white card stock and color them with your markers.
  6. Run the stamped bunny through the Big Shot and fussy cut the basket
  7. Stamp around the arch with a vine stamp.
  8. Attach the Bunny face peeking out the arch and the bunny backside facing inside the card.
  9. Attach the basket to the front of the card in the right-hand corner.
  10. Stamp Happy Easter inside the arch.
  11. Add gems to the vine-stamped image and the bow on the basket.

Here is how it turned out  ready for Easter.

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     I hope you enjoy making this card with me and I would love to see what you are making for Easter just put a photo in my comments,

 

 

Word of the Day

     The word for today is trusting, It is important what we are trusting because it does matter. How have what you been trusting it work for you so far? Do you feel like something is missing? You see I believe that there is a part of us that must be connected in God. Let’s just think about this for a minute. You created someone special wouldn’t you want that person to connect with you. Wouldn’t you like for that someone to know how you feel about him or her? How would that person know if he or she kept running away from you and not spend time with them. You would love him or her and be there for him or her always but you would wish they would realize that he or she needed you. Every time I am crafting, I feel very connected to God. Crafting is just one way I find myself connected to God. How do you find yourself connecting with God? If you not connecting maybe it is time you start and a good starting point is to pick up the Bible which is His words for us.  

     I love that I was able to spend some time with you and I hope we can do this again soon. Please find time to craft and create until we come together again.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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