Layered Easter Egg - BittenByTheBug2

Hello and happy Monday! We are just about at the end of March and Lent is in well under way. It's definitely time to think about Easter crafts. This cute egg shaped card is a great start to my Easter card stash for families and friends. It also happens to be an Easter challenge for the BittenByTheBug2 challenge blog and this is my creation for it.

This egg is made from a Miss Kate Cuttables file called Easter Eggs. It's available free with Access subscription. There are many cute files in the cartridge and this is just one of the four eggs in the file called Layered Easter Eggs.

Below are all the pieces of the card before I put it together. The measurement is 5" x 6 1/4." The foiled sentiment was made using the new Foil Quill from WeRMemory Keepers. The image is called Happy Easter Draw and it's from the Greeting Card Sentiments cartridge. I created a circle shape around the sentiment and foiled the words and the circle before cutting it out as a 2" circle. If you're interested in learning about this new product and an honest review and demo, please visit the video found at the end of this post. 
This is not a card file but I converted it into a card by cutting one extra cut of the large scallop piece in cream. I scored this at the top about 1/2" to create the hinge that makes this card base. 
Here is the video showing the Foil Quill. If the thumbnail gives you trouble, you can use this link instead:
Have a great week!


  1. What a gorgeous Easter egg. You did such a fabulous job on this. The butterfly is the perfect embellishment to the egg!

  2. Beautiful shaped card and I love the extra butterfly on it. Fun!

  3. So many cute Miss Kate Cuttable cuts. This is a great one. Love your take on it. so pretty

  4. oh so pretty, all those layers are great but the perfect touch is that butterfly! you rocked this one!