Spring Animals - Happy March Release!

Spring Animals - Happy March Release!

Hello crafty friends! Spring is on the way and I have been in the mood to get ready for that warm weather and the Easter holiday! I dont know about you, but I love that Spring represents growth and new beginnings! Today, I have two cards for you that I made with cutables from the March release. For both, I used Spring Animals and Grassy Patches cutting files.
The first card is bright and fun.

I ink blended the background and used a die that cut three different rectangular shapes. I used my cricut to cut out the SVGs of the little chick and bunny. I also ink blended the interior rectangles and I glued the adorable animals inside the first two rectangles. I used the interior rectangle from the top, stamped a sentiment on it, and glued it into the bottom space. I absolutely adore these lil guys, but especially the bunny with such great big ears! Don't you think it adds character?

I had to use all of the cute lil spring animals so I made another card using the Spring Animals.

For this card, I used masking paper and die cut an oval I had in my stash. I removed the oval masking paper and left on the reverse. I ink blended using Distress Oxides in Blueprint Sketch, Wilted Violet, Abandoned Coral, Wild Honey, and Squeezed Lemonade. I used my Cricut  to cut the cute chickadee and lamb from the Spring Animals SVG cutting files, as well as the grassy border from the cutable file. Before I glued them onto the card, I put the masking tape of the oval back on the card and removed the outside area and used a stencil and stickles glitter gel in the color Nebula to add some shimmer and shine! I removed the masking tape, let it dry, and glued everything together. Lastly, I stamped my sentiment.

Below are the cutable files I used for both cards.

Spring Animals Cutable SVGS

Spring Animals Digi/SVGS

Grassy Patches Cutable SVGs Grassy Patches Cutable SVGs

I hope you liked my first two cards with the design team. I could not be more excited to design projects using these fantastic products and work with these terriffic kitties!

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