Tuesday, March 16, 2010

How to Make an Easter Egg Card

This is a Repost of my VERY first project here on Fireflies and Jellybeans! It is a cute Easter Egg card and since I only had 2 followers (Jeannine and myself) when I posted it, I thought that you all might want to see it! : )

Here is a cute and easy card to make for Easter:
hole punch
Scoring tool (I use a ruler and a skewer)
Plain Card stock
Strip of decorative paper

1. On the card stock draw an egg shape:
2. Cut out the egg shape

3. Place your strip of decorative paper upside down, place the egg shape on top of it and trace around the outside of the egg shape
4. Cut out on the lines that you traced on the strip of decorative paper
5. Place the strip on to your egg being careful to line up the edges
6. Use your scoring tool to score a straight line for the fold. I use a ruler and the pointed side of the skewer to make my score. Be sure to leave enough room for you to punch 2 holes on the other side.
7. Punch two holes through both layers
8. Tie a ribbon through the two holes to attaching the top paper to the bottom paper

9. Write a creative greeting on the front. I am not creative so I wrote "Hoppy Easter!"

There is lots you can do with this fun card so go out and make one! : )

I am linking to these parties!


CassieU said...

cute...i hope we get one in the mail...hehehe...

Unknown said...

awesome Fawnda! I love it!

Rachel@oneprettything.com said...

Aww, I love this!

nap time journal said...

THat is so great! Thanks for sharing!

Expressions by Heather said...

Cute idea! I love it!

Unknown said...

Such a cute idea! I love how simple it is, but so very cute too. I found you at Someday Crafts

Army Wife Quilter said...

that is sure cute. i don't do many paper crafts because they always seem to complicated that looks to easy thanks

Lianna Knight said...

So cute!! Good job!

You should link up to my Easter Decor Inspiration Linky!


Ginger said...

This is really cute too...you know...I have 2 birthdays coming up to plan. This would be a great alternative for invitations instead of buying from the store. Cheaper and "heart" made! Love it!


Melissa said...

That is so stinkin' cute!

FrouFrouBritches said...

Aren't you smart?! that is soooo cute!!!

Kelley said...

It looks so cute ...and easy... which is important for me...LOL.
My son and I could do this and send to the grandaprents.

Thank you for sharing.

Andy Porter said...

I love all of your card ideas!

Lianna Knight said...

LOVE your card! Thanks for joining my Easter Decor Inspiration Party!

Please visit this post and join my Easter Front Door Decorations Party...

Happy Easter!

Linda@CraftaholicsAnonymous said...

Hey girl, very cute! I'm so glad you joined the Easter Roundup!
Happy Easter!

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