Vintage Easter Bridge Card

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Hello friends and crafty peeps! Ginny here with a pretty vintage inspired holiday card with a twist.

I’ve created my first bridge card. For some reason I thought these were way more complicated but when I realized it’s basically a double z card with an additional element it really made it much less intermediating.

I was able to incorporate all my favorite layering items like flowers and trims.

Having the bridge portion spanning the full width gave me room to include a die cut doily and a large scalloped cut sentiment.

The inside acts like a bit of a shadow box and has a sweet image die cut into a tag shape. There’s an additional doily this time in a rectangle and some fun and festive Easter charms and vintage button. This was a great way to use up some papers from my stash!

Won’t you join me for a tutorial?

~Polly’s Paper Studio~ Shop

~Really Reasonable Ribbon~ Pink Wrinkle Ribbon, White Lotus Flowers, Ivory Burlap String

Wishing everyone a happy and productive day : ) G

2 responses »

  1. Love this card! Easy and fun to create also. I did not buy any new Easter paper this year either but I am bound to give this a try and see what I can come up with. I used a lot of my scraps for making three tag books for my great grandchildren. That was fun too! Happy Easter!

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