Hello crafty friends! I'm back with another Easter card, super simple! Done in 20 minutes, so make sure to check out the video below too!

Today I'm using the Easter Cover Panel die set and the Eggstra Cover Panel die. I die cut the scalloped panel from kraft cardstock and the Eggstra cover panel from glossy cardstock. Regular cardstock or acetate will work too, I just happen to have this and it's perfect to use as a stencil.

I first stenciled on the eggs on the kraft cardstock in white pigment ink and then cleaned off my DIY stencil. If you're working with just regular cardstock as a stencil, I recommend you die cut a second one for the next step. Because the next step is blending with dye inks and you don't want to mix those with the white pigment ink. So I'm going to offset the stencil a little bit down and to the left, just a tiny bit and I'm going to blend on my rainbow of dye inks.

Anywhere where the dye ink is laid over the white pigment ink it will show close to its true color, but wherever the dye ink is directly onto the kraft cardstock it will appear darker like a shadow. It's a really fun way to quickly get a dimensional look with your stencils or cover plates in this case! To finish this card I adhered it onto a white cardbase (cut slightly smaller to fit behind the scallops), added a white dashline all the way around with a white Posca paint marker and added the Happy Easter sentiment from the Easter Panel Cover die set. I finished it off with some subtle sequins and that's it! You can watch the video below for more information and a fun matching envelope!