DIY Glory of Easter Card
Easter is a very special day in our family. It’s the time we attend Sunday service, get together with family and friends, and celebrate the glory of Easter with brunch or a formal dinner. Because I love that time with family I thought I would make a beautiful card to send to loved ones this year.
Can Be Used as a Thoughtful Card or Invitation
This card is blank inside and you can write your own sentiments for a thoughtful Easter card, or use it as an invitation for friends and family gatherings or celebrations.
Optional Gold Foil adds an Extra Special Touch
I created this card with a foiling technique that is very popular in the crafting community. The foiling technique isn’t hard to do but the main part of foiling is you must have a laser printer. I think the foiling technique on the title adds a touch of elegance to the card and coordinating gold on the circle brings the card all together.
Plenty of Room for Personalized Touches
You can also add some personal touches of your own with embossing folders. Wood texture and 3-D dots on the cross also add dimension to the card. I used an iridescent-colored cardstock to give the card a shiny crisp look. But if you would really love to make this card extra elegant, add some flowers. Learn to master Nida Tanweer flower making by following floral tutorial video.
- 1 – 8 ½ x 11 sheet of white heavy cardstock
- 1 – 8 ½ x 11 sheet of pastel yellow paper
- Scrap pieces in colors; gold foil, purple and brown
- Laser printer
- Brown chalk/ink
- 3D foam sticker squares
- Tape runner or favorite adhesive
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