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Easy Hoppy Easter Card | Paper Pad Pizzazz Series Video March 2024

Updated: Apr 14

Hey there, crafty friends! I hope you're all gearing up for a fun and festive Easter season. Today, I'm thrilled to share with you a super easy and budget-friendly Easter card project that's sure to bring some smiles. So grab your crafting supplies and let's get started!

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Easy Hoppy Easter Card | Paper Pad Pizzazz Series Video March 2024

If you have been following this monthly series using the most adorable Four Seasons 4 Pattern Paper Pad, that I picked up during one of my Hobby Lobby trips (seriously, I can spend hours in that store!). Paired with the Vault Bunny and Chicks Thinlits from Tim Holtz & Sizzix, plus a couple of trusty stencils from Lawn Fawn, this card came together like a dream. Oh, and let's not forget the magic of Speckled Egg and Cracked Pistachio Distress Oxide Inks – they're like the MVPs of ink blending, I tell ya!

Happy Easter Paper Pad Pizzazz Video Tutorial:

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(Wondering what I used in this video/project? Everything is linked to multiple sources in the thumbnails at the end of this post, or in the text below. Compensated affiliate links used when possible).

Gathering Your Supplies

Before we dive in, let's make sure we've got all our supplies ready to roll. You'll need that darling Four Seasons paper pad (i used pieces of all four of the easter/spring patterns in the pad), the Vault Bunny and Chicks Thinlits, and those Cloudy and Grassy Stencils. Can't find the exact ones? No worries! Feel free to mix and match with what you have on hand – that's the beauty of crafting on a budget!

Happy Easter Bunny & Chick Card by Rick Adkins

Creating the Background

Now, onto my favorite part – creating the backdrop for our Easter scene! Grab those stencils and your trusty Distress Oxide Inks, and let's get blending. I love how easy it is to achieve a soft, dreamy look with these inks – it's like painting with clouds! And hey, if your blend isn't perfect on the first try, don't sweat it – imperfections just add character, right?

Die-Cutting the Elements

Time to bring our Easter critters to life! Using the thinlits and that oh-so-cute patterned paper from the Four Seasons pad and a little cardstock, let's cut out our bunny, chick, easter egg, the banner, and the little extras. Pro tip: try mixing up the patterns for a playful look – who says Easter has to be all pastels and florals?

Happy Easter Bunny & Chick Card by Rick Adkins Front View

Assembling Your Easter Card

With our background and critters all ready to go, it's assembly time! Adhere those die-cut elements onto your ink-blended background, and let your creativity run wild. I love adding little extra touches like ribbons or sequins for that extra oomph – it's like the cherry on top of an already adorable card! But for today's card I keep it super simple.

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Finishing Touches and Tips

Before we wrap things up, don't forget those finishing touches! A sprinkle of glitter here, a dab of glossy accents there – it's amazing how a little bit of shine can take your card to the next level. And hey, if you run into any snags along the way (we've all been there!), don't hesitate to reach out – the crafting community is full of helpful souls eager to lend a hand.

Happy Easter Bunny & Chick Card by Rick Adkins Over Head View

And there you have it, folks – an easy-peasy Easter card that's big on charm but light on the wallet. I had an absolute blast putting this project together, and I hope you did too! Be sure to share your creations with me – I love seeing how you put your own spin on things.

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Crafting is all about spreading joy and connecting with others, and I'm so grateful to be on this creative journey with each and every one of you. Until next time, happy crafting, friends!

Thanks a bunch for joining me today, friends! If you enjoyed this tutorial, be sure to hit that subscribe button for more crafty inspiration. And remember, the fun doesn't stop here – keep on creating, keep on spreading joy, and I'll catch you in the next video/blog post!

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Materials Used:

Here you will find the list of supplies that I used to create today's card. All supplies are linked to supply sources below. Compensated affiliate links may be used at no cost to you.

Happy Stampin'

Rick Adkins

Rick Adkins


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