There is nothing like the burst of a sunrise from a dark morning sky.
Using five different shades of browns from tan to espresso cut one of each of the cross dies in each color. Lay out the various layers so that when assembled no cross has two of the same color.
Glue the layers together to form five crosses.
Cut a 4 1/4 x 11 inch piece of white cardstock. Score and fold at 7 3/4 inches (valley fold) and at 2 1/4 inches (valley fold).
With a sun rise stencil, orange ink and a sponge dauber, ink in the sun on the back panel. Next ink the sun rays with yellow ink.
Let ink dry before stamping the “He is risen” sentiment in black onto back panel, spacing so it is hiden when the card is closed. On a white 2 x 4 1/4 inch piece of white paper stamp in black ink “Happy Easter.” Glue white paper on the inside panel of the card. (I used the paper to hide an inky mistake.)
In my stash I found some experiements I had done trying out the bokeh stenciling method to create an interesting background for the Apple Blossom butterly stamps.( I know I used Distress Oxide inks for the stenciling and some blue ink cubes from a Papercrafting Society box to stamp the butterflies.) These panels were cut down to 2 x 4 inch pieces and adhered to the front gatefold panels.
Position and then glue the cross to the left half of the closed card.
To hint at the envelope’s contents, I stamped tulips onto the blue envelope with a yellow ink.
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- Spellbinders – Fun Stampers Journey – Sunny Day Stencil 6”x6” – JM-0135
- Apple Blossom – Bokeh Butterfly Blooms Stencil
- Browns, tans and white card stock
- White paper
- A2 blue envelope
One thought on “Layered Crosses – Part 2”
This is such a lovely card, Sue. Are these crosses from your company, that I could order them from you??? Can you email me to let me know. Thank you. And thanks for sharing all your lovely creations!
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