Mar 7, 2016

Suatelier Stickers

I have quite a few Easter cards to share with you over the next couple of weeks.

Today I have two cards using Suatelier Korean Stickers.  These bunnies are incredibly cute, and what a bargain.  A whole sheet of stickers was only $1.50 at my paper crafting store.

For my first card I die cut the flower frame out of a piece of watercolor paper and quickly colored the flowers and stems with distress inks.  A bit of wink of stella was added to the flowers and to the clouds also.  This was then layered over some patterned paper tucking one of the clouds under the frame and layering the other on top. The cute bunny sticker was all that was needed to finish this off.  You could easily add a stamped sentiment to the frame instead.

The second card is just several die cut rectangles - solid card stock, patterned paper, and vellum.  The bunny sticker is grounded with a bit of stitched die cutting.  And of course a few sequins for some sparkle.

My tip today - Don't overlook simple items like stickers - these Suatelier stickers are really high quality.  They can be used to add that finishing touch to your card.

Thanks so much for visiting!

Supplies include:
Paper (Bazzill Vellum, My Favorite Things Homespun Gingham 6x6, also unknown Tulip patterned paper, Canson Watercolor paper)
Stamps (tiny sentiment - very old wooden stamp)
Inks (Hero Arts Black Dye Ink, Distress Inks)
Dies (Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles, Memory Box Puffy Clouds, My Favorite Things Wildflower Centerpieces and Homespun Stitched Lines)
Other (Pretty Pink Posh sequins, Zig Wink of Stella)

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