Blue Bunnies Vintage Style Easter Card with Pockets and Treats
Hello, Friends! I can’t believe we are already counting down the days ’til Easter! I’m sort of glad, though, as that means I get to break out all my Easter paper pretties and ribbons! Today I have a super sweet Blue Bunnies Vintage Style Easter Card to share with you. Its made with Authentique Paper’s Springtime Collection (an oldie, but a goodie!) and gorgeous Really Reasonable Ribbon!
I love these sweet bunnies so much! This is a 5″ x 7″ top fold card with a 1/2″ spine. I’ve enhanced the paper layers with a bodacious bow cluster tied with RRR’s Turquoise Shimmer Satin Ribbon and topped with a Petaloo teal anemone. The Ivory Burlap String adds just the right amount of texture to this vintage style card.
To lighten up the layers and add some extra dimension, I die cut Spellbinder’s Labels 47 Decorative Elements from white cardstock. I decided I wanted just the lattice portion of the die cut, and not the scrolly bits at the top, so I trimmed those off with my guillotine trimmer. Green stick pins and a little resin bunny complete the cover design.
TIP: To add a little extra swagger to the paper layers, crop your corners with a corner punch.
Blue Bunnies Vintage Style Easter Card: A Peek Inside
Of course, I had to finish the inside of the card!
The shallow pocket at the top of the card holds this darling mini envelope and tag. There’s a miniature Ghiradelli chocolate tucked into the envelope. Making these bitty envelopes is such a great way to use up scraps.
The large pocket on the bottom holds a little tea bag wallet and honey stick.
The Green Flash Diamond Satin Bow really pops against these aqua papers, doesn’t it?
Really Reasonable Ribbon March Ribbon Club Assortment
If you’re on the search for some great Easter Ribbons to adorn your cards, projects, or Easter Bonnet, check out the Easter Candy Colored Ribbons in this month’s Ribbon Club Assortment!
You can find out all about the Ribbon Club HERE.
I hope I’ve shared some tips, tricks and ideas today that will help you get ready for the Easter Bunny. If so, I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below.
Thanks for stopping by!