Easter Card Using Doodlecharms Cricut Cartridge

This is a simple Easter to Card that will brighten anyone’s day. Let me show you how I made this using some of my favorite paper crafting products from Consumer Crafts.

Easter Card Doodlecharms Cricut Cartridge

Supplies:

Instructions:

I started by cutting a 12×12 piece of Core’dinations cardstock in half. This left me with a 6×12″ piece of cardstock to use as the base of my card (this is the blue piece of cardstock). I folded that piece in half to create a 6×6 card. Then, I cut a 5 1/2 x5/12″ square of cardstock (this is the green piece). Next, using my scalloped square punch, I punched 4 scalloped squares out of white cardstock.

Marvy Scalloped Square Punch

Next, I chose my images from the Doodlecharms cartridge. This is a great year round cartridge with cute images for every season.

Doodlecharms Cartridge

I chose a bunny, an easter basket with eggs and a flower and I cut each of those images at 2″.

Doodlecharms Cartridge2

I then layered them on my scalloped squares using my tape runner to adhere each cut-out to my square. Next, I threaded embroidery floss through the holes of my buttons and added a button to the center of each flower.  I adhered the buttons with a 3D glue dot. Finally, I adhered each square to the green 5 1/2 x 5 1/2″ square and then adhered that square to the card. Simple, quick and easy. You can also use this card layout and the Doodlecharms cartridge to make cards for every occasion of the year.

Easter Card Doodlecharms Cricut Cartridge

About Deanna

Deanna lives in Southern California with her husband and 4yr old daughter. As a craft addict, Deanna crafts to stay sane while avoiding laundry and housework. Deanna's projects have been featured on One Pretty Thing, The Crafty Crow and Lil' Blue Boo.

Comments

  1. Beautiful work! I’ll have to add Doodle Charms to my Christmas list!

  2. Tommye C Bell says:

    This is so cute and I love the simplicity of this card. I think I try to get to fancy with my cards and end up spending way to much time on them. I’ll be using this design a lot.

  3. very nice. Too bad I don’t have a cricut…

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