Easter Blessings Sign and Card

Easter is only a few days away. Like many of us there is always so much to do before any holiday. Gifts, treats, décor and food preparation are always the main focus during the last week.  If you want to get a little creative this Springy, Easter season, why not make a series of Easter handmade cards or create a beautiful sign for the front door, over the mantel or the wall. Cherry of the Cherry’s Jubilee Blog shares two terrific projects on the blog today that will inspire you to choose your favorite Spring color and create.  You can create some spring magic with your children, making special sentiments to give away at Easter dinner. 

Spring Showers Easter Sign by Cherry Nelson

If you are the special host this Easter, why not jazz up your table display with a touch of elegance and whim using papers from the “Spring Showers” Collection, a part of the Canvas Corp line.  CCB Crew Member Cherry Nelson did just that. She created an elegant Easter card using the charming “Spring Showers” paper as the main focal point and sentiment. As Cherry insists, ”Its perfect as a hostess gift for this year’s Easter dinner or use for seasonal décor.”

A Basket Full of Blessings Just for You Card

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Materials Used 
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Step 1-create your card base. Mine is 4 x 5 1/2
Step 2-cover card with your pattern papers (mine are cut at 2 1/2 x 4 and 3 x 4) adhere them to card.
Step 3– Add the doily with 7 Gypsies Charm tag envelope layered on top of it.
Step 4– Fussy cut the egg/basket image out of Spring Showers paper and adhere using foam adhesive for dimension. Wrap your ribbons around card and tie bow to lower left side.cherry basket blessings 5
Step 5-Layer your ribbons with green twill tape ribbon for added color.
Step 6– Add in your roses and greenery along with your stick pins and top with your egg!
Step 7– Add your buttons to top left side of 7 Gypsies tag envelope.
step 8– Add your laces to bottom of card.
You can customize this card to fit any color scheme or style for your Easter or Spring decor. That green speckled egg adds that extra whimsy and compliments our paper perfectly.
Happy Easter Sign
DIY Easter Sign
Now if a sign is what you need to spruce up your front door this Easter or Spring, Cherry’s next project will be the perfect project for you.  She believes that you shouldn’t “overlook the treasures you find at second hand stores. Many can become an up-cycled beauty! Mine started out a boring one dimensional Christmas sign and is now a sweet Easter sign with the help of some CCB goodies!” Let’s get started.

vintage bunny art

Materials Used 
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Step 1-Start with a “found metal or wood treasure” from your local thrift store! This started out as a one dimensional Christmas sign but I had different plans for it!Easter copper sign

Step 2-Weave your ribbons through sign and tie your bows.

Green and Ivory paper canvas corp

Step 3-Cover the front of sign with your CCB Green/Ivory lattice paper.

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Step 4-Cut out your sentiment banner from the Spring Showers: Spring Sayings on Ivory and set aside.

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Step 5-Add your rabbit image from theSpring Showers: Spring Sayings on Ivory paper and add your metal trim to bottom.

green and white easter

Step 6-Next add your dimensional goodies. First your faux branch, than layer with your Petaloo bloom and faux eggs.

Step 7-Last but not least pin your mini clothespins to your fussy cut banner and adhere with hot glue. Done! You are ready to hang to hang your festive Easter sign!

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To see more of Cherry’s works visit her fabulous blog Cherry’s Jubilee  
Happy Easter, Happy Spring, Happy Creating!


Canvas Corp Brands is the home of Tattered Angels, 7Gypsies and Canvas Corp (Canvas Home Basics). We are a manufacturer of surfaces, paint and vintage reproductions coming to you from Springdale, Arkansas.

'Easter Blessings Sign and Card' have 2 comments

  1. March 17, 2016 @ 3:09 pm Kimberly

    BEAUTIFUL Card and Sign! Thank you for sharing .


    • March 17, 2016 @ 4:13 pm cherry

      Thank you, enjoyed making them! 🙂


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