Day 4 of the Easter Egg Hunt & Easter Card Tutorial

Rainbow Easter Egg Card Tutorial

Today is Day 4 of my Easter Egg Hunt contest, have you been collecting all of the colors so far?

These are fun and easy Easter Egg cards I created with the Stampin’ Up Playing with Patterns designer paper and Oval dies. I used the card stock colors to match the Playing with Patterns Designer Paper. Full instructions below.

Even though my tutorial is for a “rainbow” of colors, the Egg Hunt Color of the day is Pretty Peacock! Click here for an Egg Hunt map and details.

For more ideas using this fun patterned designer series paper check out my “Totes My Goat” video class.



  • Card Base – 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″
    • Score in half at 4-1/4″
  • Top Layer – 5-1/4″ x 4″
  • Playing with Patters Designer Paper – 3-3/4″ x 3-3/4″
  • Basic White – 3/4″ x 3″
  • Scraps – Old Olive and Colored Card Stock to match the card base


  • Stamp the words on the Basic White strip. Punch the banner tail with the Banner Pick a Punch. You may need to trim this down.
  • Using the Stampin Cut & Emboss machine, cut the largest oval die in the center of the top layer.
  • Texture the oval panel with the Subtle Folder.
  • Punch 2 pieces from the Perennial Flower punch with card stock to match the card base.
  • Punch 2 sprigs from Old Olive scraps.
  • Assemble the 2 flower sections and the 2 sprigs together with Glue Dots.
  • Line up and attach the Designer Paper to the card base with Seal Adhesive.
  • Attach the Polka Dot ribbon across the front with Seal Adhesive.
  • Attach the oval panel with StampinDimensionals.
  • Attach the flower with StampinDimensionals and line up and attach the word banner with Seal Adhesive.
  • To create shimmer mist, pour Rubbing Alcohol and a few drops of Champagne Shimmer mist into Spritzer. Shake well. Spritz card with the mist.

Free printable instructions including measurements and supply list.





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  1. These are beautiful. Thanks for teaching this old dog a new trick.

  2. Amy Peacock says

    Gorgeous and so easy with the pretty DSP. Love these! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Sandra Kowalski says

    Loving the Easter cards! That designer paper wasn’t on my radar at all.

  4. Leigh Ann von Hoelle says

    Perfect timing on the egg tutorial. I need an Easter card for mom and have been stuck!

  5. Leigh Ann von Hoelle says

    Perfect timing on the egg tutorial. Thanks for the tip. Now I have an easter card to make for Mom!

  6. Charlene Frietchen says

    Couldn’t find the egg tutorial but thanks for the instructions. Nice card. Thanks

  7. I was all set to make the rest of my Easter cards based on your Day 1 card example, but now I’m switching to Day 4 version. Love it. Thanks again. #stampitcontest.

  8. Peggy Dickson says

    Now I really like this card too. Good thing I still have a week before Easter is here. Got to get busy making the cards. #stampitcontest

  9. Love your Easter Egg cards.
    Also having fun on your Easter Egg Hunt,

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