Vintage Easter Bonnet – Happy Birthday

Today’s handmade card has been created for the new challenge at I Love Promarkers Blog Challenge #396 that starts today.
I have used a digi image from Ike’s Art called Vintage Easter Bonnet.

The theme for this challenge is anything goes with an optional theme of using three different embellishments. You must use either promarkers, flexmarkers, aquamarkers or trias on your work.

Happy birthday card using a digi image from Ike's Art, Vintage Easter Bonnet

The three different embellishments that I have used:
Decorative die cut
Sentiment die cut
Quilled flowers

Here is a tutorial on how I created this card.

You will need :

8″ by 8″ White Card
Ike’s Art digi image Vintage Easter Bonnet
Promarkers
Debbi Moore Designs – Dimensional Blooms Cd-rom
The Paper Boutique Filigree Fancy – Especially For You Doily Die Collection
The Paper Boutique Filigree Fancy – Sentiment Volume XX Die Collection
White Card
Red Card
Wet Glue / Double Sided Tape
Foam Pads

Instructions:

Choose and print off one backing paper and one flower sheet from the cd-rom. Print off three digi images, two will be used for decoupaging.

Layer one:
Cut a square from red card measuring 20 cms by 20 cms.
Cut a square from white card measuring 19.5 cms by 19.5 cms.
Cut a square from the backing paper measuring 19 cms by 19 cms.
Matt and layer together and attach to the card base.

Layer two:
Using the doily die, cut the matt layer out from red card and the decorative die from white card.
Then cut two squares, cut the large square die from red card and the smaller square die from the backing paper.
Matt and layer together and attach to the centre of the card base, turning slightly to make a diamond shape.

Layer three:
Cut a piece from red card measuring 20 cms by 11.5 cms.
Cut a piece from white card measuring 19.5 cms by 11 cms.
Matt and layer together and using foam tape attach to the card base on the right.

Layer four:
Next colour in the digi images.

Digi image one:
Colour in the Jacket and blouse and then cut out.
Promarkers used:
Jacket / Blouse: Berry red, lipstick, pale pink.

Digi image two:
Colour in the blouse ruffle and then cut out.
Promarkers used:
Blouse ruffle: Pastel pink.

Digi image three:
Colour in the hat and flowers.
Promarkers used:
Hat: Pale pink.
Flowers: Berry red, red, gold, lemon, fuchsia pink, pastel pink, pale pink, meadow green, canary.
Bird: Arctic blue, cobalt blue.

Cut out the whole of digi image three.
Then using foam pads attach the jacket, blouse and blouse ruffle.

close up image is Vintage Easter Bonnet digi image

Next attach to layer three on the card base.

Layer four:
Using one of the sentiments, cut the matt layer from red card and the sentiment from white card.
Matt and layer together and attach to the card base using foam pads on the bottom left.

Layer five:
Cut out and make up two quilled flowers from the flower sheet.
Attach to the card base near the sentiment.

side view

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Thank you for visiting my blog and please feel free to follow and make any of my handmade card tutorials.

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If you would like to see other cards using promarkers please have a look here:

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Challenges I would like to enter are:

CD Sunday Challenge 22 : Anything Goes

613 Avenue Create Challenge 226 : Anything Goes With Optional Spotlight Technique

Gem Of A Challenge 21 : Anything Goes

The Creative Crafters Challenge 21 : Anything Goes

Through The Craft Room Door Challenge : Anything Goes

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12 thoughts on “Vintage Easter Bonnet – Happy Birthday”

  1. Ginny says:

    Beautiful card Ginny
    My Blog As I do Rodos

  2. Anonymous says:

    Lovely card. Thanks for sharing at 613 venue Create x
    Jean DT
    https://wwwkraftyjean.blogspot.com/

  3. Jane Willis says:

    Absolutely beautiful, love the way you’ve combined colouring with decoupage and added the die cut embellishments to make a really special card. Thank you for sharing at CD Sunday Plus.

  4. Amazing card, such careful workmanship and well-chosen colors.
    Thank you for entering our Anything Goes Challenge at TTCRD http://ttcrd.blogspot.com/ this week. Looking forward to see you again next challenge.
    Regards
    TTCRD DT Danka
    https://pasje.danki.pl/prace/

  5. JOCELYN BUTLER says:

    Wonderful colouring and layers. Thank you for sharing with us.
    Jocelyn x
    CD Sunday Plus DT

  6. Carol. CD Sunday Plus DT says:

    Wow, Lisa – what a hat. That took some colouring and wonderful it is too. Thank you for sharing with us at CD Sunday Plus.
    Carol xx
    DT

  7. Sheryl Hare says:

    Hi Lisa, this is such an elegant card.
    Thank you so much for entering our ATG challenge at Through The Craft Room Door this week. Looking forward to see you again next challenge.
    Hugs Sheryl
    TTCRD DT
    Cat Crazy Craft Corner {My Blog}

  8. Chana Malkah says:

    Lovely creation! Quite the perfect hat for a Victorian lady! Thanks so much for sharing this lovely project with us at 613 Avenue Create!
    Hugz,
    Chana Malkah, Owner
    613 Avenue Create Challenge
    A Place To Start Challenge

  9. Brilliant card, lovely colouring and great image
    Thank you for joining us
    Margaret
    CD Sunday plus ~DT

  10. Amanda says:

    A striking card.
    Thank you for taking part in our Anything Goes Challenge at Through the Craft Room Door – we really appreciate it!
    Amanda TTCRD Owner

  11. Anonymous says:

    Fabulous creation. I love your colouring and all tHE different techniques you’ve used. Thank you for joining us at CD Sunday Plus Wynn DT

  12. Jolanda Breedvelt says:

    Beautiful couloring!!! Thank you for joining our challenge at
    The Creative Crafters Challenge blog
    I hope you’ll join us next time again.
    Jolanda
    (DT member)

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