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Need a simple Easter Even the simplest Easter card can be the cutest if it's made with creativity and love. If you want to take a swing at creating your first Easter card to send out this year, this easy card tutorial can help you create cute cards in no time and hardly requires any materials. Have some fun and get your kids involved to help you out so they can brush up on their crafting skills! Hoppy Easter crafting! 

Easter Card 3

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What You’ll Need 

  • Plain white card 
  • Easter bunny stamp 
  • Scissor 
  • Pink ribbon 
  • Easter egg punch 
  • Carrot stamp
  • “Happy Easter” stamp 
  • Black stamping ink 
  • Various patterned and colored craft paper 
  • Glue 
  • Plain white paper 
  • Zigzag scissors 
  • Colored markers 

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Directions 

  1. Decide what background color you want your card to be. 
  2. Using the paper of your choice, cut out a square the size of your card and glue to the front. 
  3. On a piece of plain white paper, make 5 stamps using your carrot stamp and cut out.
  4. Optional: Color in the stamp using orange and black markers. 
  5. Glue two carrots to the top of your card next to each other. 
  6. Again on the white paper, use your “Happy Easter” stamp, then cut out and glue next to the carrots. 
  7. On a pastel colored sheet of craft paper, use your Easter egg punch and punch out one Easter egg. 
  8. Cut off a piece of your pink ribbon and glue to the front of it. 
  9. Glue to the bottom of the card. 
  10. Again, cut out another egg using a different patterned piece of paper. 
  11. Using your zigzag scissors, cut the egg in half. 
  12. Glue the bottom half to the bottom of the page. 
  13. Next, using your bunny stamp, cut out the bunny and feel free to add some color to him and glue him slightly underneath the bottom half of the egg so it looks like he’s popping out of it. 
  14. Glue the top half of the egg above him but slightly tilted. 
  15. Then glue your remaining three carrots to the bottom of the page. 
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