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Lil' Chick-a-Dee Card

Updated: Mar 12, 2023

Welcome Divas! I want to share with you this adorable "Lil' Chick-a-Dee" Card! She's all dressed up in her finest blue bonnet with her bouquet in hand and ready for the Easter Parade. Are you ready to craft? Here we go...


Suggested card size 5"x 7"


MATERIALS LIST: COPIC® MARKERS:

Hammermill® 100 lb. White Coverstock Y21, YR00, YR01, YR02

Baby Blue Textured Solid Core Cardstock BG000, BG01, BG02, FBG2

Nuvo® Crystal Drops - Dandelion Yellow V01, V05

AmericanCrafts® Pearlescent Watercolor YG61, YG63, YG67

EZ-Tear® Tape E000, E40, E81

Dimensional® Glue RV00, RVcustom, RV02

Gold Glitter® Pen N3, N4, N6, N8



Divas let's get started on this Charming Easter card using "Lil' Chick-a-Dee", size the Chick-a-Dee to 4-1/2" x 6" and center on one half of your sheet. Size (3) three eggs 1"x3/4" and arrange just behind the Chick-a-Dee as shown. Select a sentiment and size to 2-1/4" and place under the Chick-a-Dee and eggs.


Print on Hammermill® 100 lb. White Coverstock. Cut sheet in half.






Color your Chick-a-Dee as desired. I chose to use Copic® Markers.









A list of the colors used are listed here and above. I hope this helps you.







Once it is Colored, you can fussy cut the image out to just above ground level as shown.







Cut a 5"x12" rectangle of Baby Blue Textured® Solid Core Cardstock. Score and fold in half to make your cardbase.


Place your Chick-a-Dee on the cardbase with the fold to the top. Your ground line should be about 1/4" above the bottom of the cardbase.


Using a lead pencil, trace around your Chick-a-Dee with about a 1/4" halo. Fussy cut the cardbase. I used a white eraser to remove any pencil lines left on the cardbase.


Center and adhere the Chick-a-Dee to the cardbase. Cut a 1-1/2"x5" rectangle and

adhere to the ground level on the back of the front card flap.











Size a 1-1/2"x5" rectangle and (3) three eggs 1-3/8". Group the eggs and center on the rectangle on the upper 1/3 as shown. I drew some grass and placed in front of the eggs or a grass die cut.


I computer filled the Rectangle and the grass. Print (3) three. Colored the eggs

using Copic®.


Fussy cut and adhered, sandwiching the bottom 1/4" of the cardbase back flap.

Added a name plate to the backside as

shown.









OPTIONAL - I pearlescent watercolored the flowers on the hat and the easter eggs front and back. Applied Nuvo® Crystal Drops - Dandelion Yellow to the center of the violet flowers on the front of the card.


Isn't that an adorable Easter Greeting? Don't forget Easter is early this year... April 9th.




I am sharing this beautiful Lil' Chick-a-Dee with the following:


Hugs,




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