Sunday, February 18, 2018

Easter Cross Cards

 As usual I've been in my crafty room and this
time it's a FREE svg cutting Easter Cross card.

Isn't this simply Gorgeous!
This is Bird's sample card that she made and is offering it FREE
to everyone.  I love the yellow card
base and the all white Cross and background with the pretty lilies.

Click on the link below to get this file.

First up is my purple and gold card. I cut the Cross out of shiny Gold paper and
backed it with purple cardstock. For the background I used a pretty purple leaf pattern.
Gorgeous card and perfect for Easter and other occasions.

Next up is my soft green and gold card. I used the gold flower cutouts
from my goldcross above to add a little sparkle and also cut the flowers
in various colors.
For the background and leaves, I used a Anna Griffin embossing folder.
  I added a sheer white bow under the flowers.
Simply elegant!

I used the Cricut  "Wildflowers" paper
pack. I bought them when they were on sale, plus I used Melody Lane's
10% code. This is the first I've used Cricut paper and I love it. It's beautifully
textured and a nice weight for cards and also any 3d projects. It also cuts
beautifully with the Cricut Maker, Sizzix Eclips2 and Explore.
Great papers!!
Snag it when it goes on Sale!
You can view the papers by clicking on the links below.


I also picked up this Hello Kitty's soooo cute!
I'm not sure what I'll make with it. Do you have any suggestions?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
"Hello Kitty"

Up last is my white embossed card. Again, I used an Ann Griffin folder to
emboss the background and a simple purple sheer bow.
 After seeing Lee's finished cards, I've added Pearls
to the flowers and cross to give it a touch of elegance. Thanks to Lee, I've
added gems to my other cards also.
Beauty and simplicity all in one card!

That''s it my friends for another crafty collection.
Hope that I've inspired you today.
Have a great week!


Unknown said...

I love all 3 of your cards Misty, I love the splash of gold and the way you inlaid your negative gold flowers into the cross on the green card. The last card is so beautiful and serene and the inking on the leaves is a great touch too.

I used cricut card for the first time recently too, it cuts like a dream doesn't it, I didn't think anything would beat American crafts but I think it might have.

Thanks for your wonderful creations :)

- Bird

Misty Morgan said...

Thank you for your kind words, Bird! I had so much fun picking all the papers for this project. They truly are one of my favorite cards.

I agree, the Cricut cardstock is first class. And it's on sale right now! Yippee!