Easter Jelly Bean Card

Window-style cards are a great and creative way to share holiday wishes with loved ones. They add layers without much bulk and help to make your cards unique and fun. With this project, I also used reverse embossing and some ink-blending techniques, which added a little more punch to the design.

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Designed by: Grace Tolman

Time: Approximately 40 minutes

Level: Moderate Handiness

Size:  5 ½ x 4 ¼”

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Here is what you need:

Here is what you do:

Make the card base with the light purple cardstock. 
Stamp  jelly bean images onto white cardstock.

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Cut three staggered circles from the jelly bean stamped paper using a circle die.
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Using the same circle die, cut a circle window by using the next big circle from the nesting die set (see below), from the diagonal pattern paper.  Cut out three frames from three different diagonal papers (one for each of the circles cut from the jelly bean paper) . 

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Place the jelly bean paper over a piece of white cardstock with Removable Dots Dot N Go® and lightly mark  the circle windows. Remove the panel gently and take off the adhesive from the Jelly bean paper.

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Following your pencil marks, stamp the bunnies inside the center of the circles with embossing ink and heat emboss using white embossing powder.  
Using a blending tool or a makeup sponge, apply some ink onto each of the circles. Wipe off any excess ink.

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Adhere the circle pattern paper frames over the cut out windows on the jelly bean paper using micro dots.
Adhere the jelly bean panel onto the white cardstock with Permanent GlueTape.

Add the photo corners to the jelly bean panel and adhere it to the front of the purple card with Permanent GlueTape™.

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