- I masked the edges of this card with ordinary masking tape before stamping the Floral Eggs. I then over stamped them with Distress Ink using the plain egg from the Natural Egg set so they were coloured in one press of a stamp.
- To get the shadow I cut a mask, inked up the plain egg using grey Versaink and then stamped the image just to the right. The sky is just blue Distress ink lightly brushed on and I have hand drawn the string and bow.
- The foliage stamp is from the Floral Edges set. I added in more grass by inking up the ends of the stamp and filling in the image.
- After peeling off the masking tape I stamped the speckled and cracked egg designs from the Natural set around the edges and added a white highlighter and some Crystal Stickles to the eggs.
- As before I masked the edges of the card and used the leaves from the Floral Edges set.
- I stamped the eggs using the Natural set onto separate card and cut them out so I could arrange them on the main design.
- The nest is created with a hot glue gun. I squirted the glue onto a non-stick mat and when the glue was set it was easy to peel off. Before gluing to the card I coloured the nest with alcohol pens.
- I finished the design off by hand drawing an outline around the border.
This last card is just a bit of fun and only if you know the recipient would appreciate a cheesy pun!
- I started by printing the sentiment from my computer and then stamped the eggs from the Natural set using the mask technique. Shadow under the eggs was added with a grey coloured pencil.
- The sentiment was masked while I sponged the background with Distress ink and then finished off by stamping the speckled egg around the edges and the sentiment.
There is another egg design on my blog if you wish to take a look, but please pop back tomorrow to see another design team member's wonderful project.