He Lives Easter-Passover Easel Card - DCWV and Pazzles

Hello crafty friends, A few days ago I shared a card I created for the Pazzles Craft Room. I was tasked with creating a project for Easter. I decided to create this pretty easel card.
I started by using my software to create the various elements including the card base. I cut the base out of some Kraft cardstock. I then turned to my DCWV Scripts and Music Notes Stack for the soft pink printed layers.

I then went to work on creating my lilies. I cut these out of some white cardstock and then used some yellow and green ink to dab just a bit of color in the centers of them. I then used a Copic Marker to color the stamen as I had cut them out of the same white cardstock. I also used a fine tip Sharpie for the little dots. I also used some green ink to sponge onto the leaves. 

For the cross, I didn’t have any chipboard on hand, so I cut three crosses out of the same Kraft cardstock as the base of the card. I glued them together to make the cross sturdier. I then dry embossed it to give it that wood grain type look. I used one of my embossing folders for this. I used some brown ink to ink the edges and to make the embossing pop.

I then turned back to my Pazzles to create my sentiment. I welded the sentiment together and it created an “outline” I used a fine tip sharpie to draw the outline with my machine. I then cut it out. I used the same sharpie to color in the lettering and then covered it with my Spectrum Noir Glitter Markers for a little extra flair. 

I also used the Glitter Marker for the lilies. I decided to make the card an easel card. I did this by scoring the top half of the card base across horizontally and then using another top base for the top of the card. I finished off the card with some pearl embellishments and a bow. I really enjoyed creating this card and my Pazzles once again, helped make my idea come to life! 

Supplies Used:
Pazzles Inspiration Vue
DCWV Scripts and Music Notes Stack
White Cardstock
Yellow, Green and Brown Ink
Pearl Stickers
Kraft Cardstock
Copic Marker
Sharpie Marker
Spectrum Noir Glitter Markers
Lavender Polka Dot Organza Ribbon

I hope your Holiday weekend was a great one spent with those you love and remembering what the true meaning of this blessed season is! Until the next time,


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