Download our free spring printables collection and make this easy Easter card following our step-by-step tutorial below! This is a bendi card, which means the bottom panel is curved across the front of the card – there is a simple slot where the two sides of the bend join together, so it can easily fold flat for postage.
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You Will Need
- Coloured card
- Baker's twine
- Adhesive pearls
Cut a 12 x 12cm square of green patchwork paper. Layer it onto some blue then brown card, then attach onto the front of a white 13.5 x 13.5cm white card base.
Cut a 10 x 10cm square in the centre of the card’s front panel. Cut a 12 x 12cm field scene and use it to back the aperture, attaching it with sticky foam pads to create a 3D finish.
Cut a scarecrow and three cauliflowers then stick them onto the card. Cut three beetroots and three carrots, cut slits in the ground then push the vegetables through, so just the tops show.
Cut a 4.5 x 10.5cm piece of white card and score 1.5cm in from one short edge. Cut a tab into the other edge. Decorate the panel, then stick the folded tab to the inside of the card front.
Cut a 4.5 x 15cm piece of white card and score 1.5cm in from the right-hand short edge. Decorate, then stick the tab to the inside of the card front. Cut a slit for the opposite tab to feed into. This will create your 3D, bendy card front!
Fussy cut a rabbit and a beetroot from your free spring printables, then snip around the rabbit’s paw and slot the beetroot underneath so it looks like the rabbit is holding the vegetable. Stick the rabbit behind the right-hand panel.
Push the tab on the left strip into the slit in the right strip. Cut a robin and a sentiment and attach to the left strip. Cut three vegetables, tie with twine, then attach. To finish, add some pearls.