Monday, March 24, 2014

Quick and Easy Easter Cards with Diane Zechman

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Good morning! This week the Scor-Pal team is sharing some ideas for Quick & Easy Easter cards. Today I have a card that may look time consuming at first glance but I assure you it is both quick and easy!


I used the Grid Technique to create my card. First I started with a 4x4 square of white cardstock and scored it diagonally in both directions every 1/2" to create the grid. The finished scored background will look like this.



Next I stamped my images over the same side, with the indented grooves. The ink will not stamp in the scored areas.



Then I colored select areas with Copic markers. Be sure to avoid coloring in the scored lines. Trim the panel if desired and finish the card.



Be sure to check out all the inspiration this week on the Scor-Pal blog to jumpstart your Easter card creations!

stamps- SU! Easter Blossoms; paper- white, brown, SU! Pink Pirhouette; ink- Memento Rich Cocoa; accessories- Scor-Pal, Copics, tracing wheel, Sweet 'n Sassy Lacey Eyelet Border die, dimensional, rhinestone.

7 comments:

mtnmaw said...

Did you use white or pink card stock to make this?

diane (cookiestamper) said...

I used white cardstock to score and stamp on. The card base is pink.

Sandra H said...

Beautiful card and great scoring x

Amante del Papel said...

great tip, thanks for sharing!!!

Loly Borda-Towery said...

Beautiful card Diane! TFS

Ravengirl said...

Love this Diane! Those images work beautifully with the grid technique!

Deborah said...

Awesome technique love it!