Beyond Easter Series- Hey Chick card

Hey Y’all!

Today I’m bringing you another card with a stamp set that was considered an Easter set. With this series I am hoping to push stamp sets out of themes and into your hands. This card uses a Stampin’ Up! stamp set and alphabet set that have both retired. One of my frustrations with some companies is that they don’t leave their stamps out on the market very long. Being a budget minded person, I couldn’t always get a set or product right when it hit the market. So if this set is hanging out on your shelf, pull it out and let’s make some cards!

This card is all things yellow! I used Distress inks in Squeezed Lemonade and Spiced Marmalade. I ink blended the cardstock and then ran it through a retired Stampin’ Up! embossing folder that I love. I layered vellum and a mesh ribbon to create a place for my letters.

I love how this card turned out… every single detail is PERFECT!

Background: Mesh stamp (Stampers Anonymous- CMS221 Mesh & Linen), Stampin’ Up! embossing folder, Spiced Marmalade ink blended panel.
Stamps: Stampin’ Up!
Other: Egg created using a 2 1/2″ circle punch and Copic Markers, Sequins, Mesh Ribbon

Thank you so much for stopping by to check out my chick card. One of the things that I am loving about these cards is the versatility of them. I could send it as is for an Easter card, or add the word “Hey” and I have a card to send to a friend. Or you could create cards just using the large type as your focal point. I hope that you are inspired to create today! I know I am!!!


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