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Sweet Yet Simple: Step-by-Step Gilded Hare Easter Card

Sweet Yet Simple: Step-by-Step Gilded Hare Easter Card

This simple yet sweet 5-minute-make is just perfect for spring and Easter. Featuring a gorgeous gilded hare atop minimalist kraft card, it’s an easy way to create a fun Easter card that’s bound to raise smiles. It’s such a quick and easy Easter project, you could create it with the kids too!

Adding stunning foiled designs to your projects couldn’t be easier, when you have the right supplies. This golden gilded hare adds instant sophistication to this Easter card creation, and is the perfect way to dress up kraft card to create an eye-catching design. If you’ve never attempted foiling before, don’t worry – we’ve put together a handy trio of foiling essentials for you to get started with. This set includes both gold and silver gilding flakes, as well as quality foiling adhesive, so you can add shine to project after project, no matter what the colourscheme!

The stamp set used to create this card is a spring must-have from Sweet Dixie, and features even more adorable bunnies and hares, as well as spring-themed sentiments, trees and flowers.

Check out Hannah Oxberry’s easy-to-follow steps on creating this pretty Gilded Hare Easter Card, and see the full printable instructions and list of essentials, here.

Step One:

Apply a small amount of foiling adhesive directly to your chosen stamp using a sponge. Be sure to pat away the excess before printing the adhesive on to the 5” x 5” kraft cardstock.

Step Two:

Sprinkle gold gilding flakes over the sticky area, fixing them in place before buffing away the excess to leave a smooth and shiny finish.

Step Three:

Once your gilded hare is in place, you can also stamp your sentiment in black ink.  Cover this with clear embossing powder, and heat to produce a high shine finish.

Step Four:

Around the base of the kraft cardstock, tie a length of jute string or ribbon, adding a bow for interest. Mount your cardstock to the 5 ¼” x 5 ¼” white card blank using double sided tape.

Step Five:

You can even create labels and tags using the same steps, to complement your card design!

Top Tip:

  • When using gilding flakes, always open your tub inside a larger tub; this captures any flakes and allows you to easily contain them!



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