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Time for the Easter egg hunt!  They aren't hidden that well, but what would be the fun in that?  They are just too cute to hide away!
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Step 1: Supplies

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Here is what you need to make one of these cards yourself.

  • Green Paper
  • Other colored papers of choice (I used pastel pink, green, yellow, blue and purple)
  • White Paper
  • Blank Greeting Card or cut out your own
  • Glue and/or Sticky Squares (I used both)
  • Silhouette Machine from Silhouette America
  • File (attached zipped up cause I can't attach it straight)

Step 2: Designing - The Background

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This is the boring part, creating the card.

I'll give you the gist.  Please ask if you have questions!

I created some grass and then copy, pasted, and welded them together to make it stretch the length of the card.

I figured out how many I would need and how far I would need to stretch the bottom so you wouldn't see the white behind, you will see this later when the card is assembled.

Cut them out in green paper.  I used the Patterned Paper Preset but put the speed down to 1.  Make sure your blade is clean.  I cut this out and then it was all messy so I cleaned the blade area and that really helped.  Makes a big difference.

PS: I used al lot of the Modify features with the project including Weld, Subtract, and Crop.  Just plan around.  I always try something and if didn't turn out the way I wanted, I undo and try again!

I love this idea. If I download the silhouette idea will it work on Cricut? I am new to paper cutting machines.

I don't think it will. I think each program has its own file format.


I think this is a brilliant card for Easter, so adorable! I am having trouble opening the zipped file, is there a trick I am missing?

Penolopy Bulnick (author)  MUPPETMONSTER4 months ago

I don't think so. You should just need to click on it to download it, then, once it is downloaded, click on it to open/unzip it. Then the unzipped file should be in your downloads. It will be a .studio file.

cnarazaki11 months ago

muito criativo!

That is so creative! Nice work!

foobear2 years ago
that is beautiful and so cute!
jean v2 years ago
great :)
Penolopy Bulnick (author)  jean v2 years ago
Thank you !
bajablue2 years ago
How CUTE!!!!!
Penolopy Bulnick (author)  bajablue2 years ago
This is the cutest card!! Good job!
Penolopy Bulnick (author)  Jessie Marie2 years ago
Thank you! I was really happy with how it turned out :)
PitStoP2 years ago
Now that's a cool card... Thanks for the Instructable. =)
Penolopy Bulnick (author)  PitStoP2 years ago
Thank you for taking a look :)
babybayrs2 years ago
I like all your cards!
Penolopy Bulnick (author)  babybayrs2 years ago
Thank you! I enjoy making them :)