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March 2022 - Pretty Pink Posh Blog Hop

 Hello friends and welcome to the Pretty Pink Posh March Release Blog Hop! 





For today's Hop, I am sharing an Easter card using the new Easter Signs Stamp Set. This is super simple and fun to make. Let’s get started! 


To start, I assembled the My Favorite Things  Outside the Box Dies in light blue cardstock. I ink blended the back panel with Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide Ink. I used patterned paper to cover the side and front panels. The grass inserts are ink blended with Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn Distress Oxide Inks. 


Next, I stamped, colored, and cut the images from the Easter Sign Stamp Set. I adhered the images onto the inserts to make a cute Easter scene. 



That’s all for this box card. I hope that you like it and you are inspired to create Easter box cards for your loved ones. Thanks for stopping by!


Make sure to check out the rest of the Hop for more inspiration using the new products from Pretty Pink Posh! There are 3 $25 gift certificates up for grabs (one winner each day). Winners will be picked randomly along the blog hop. Comments must be left by 11:59 PM PST on 03/10/2022. Winners will be announced on the PPP blog. 

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Comments

  1. What a darling little box! I LOVE this new spring/easter release!

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  2. Oh I do love a pretty little box card! The little chicks and bunny are adorable! So cute!

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  3. So very cute! My grandkids would love to get a card like that in the mail. Maybe I will give it a try

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  4. Oh My Goodness, this wee box card is precious!

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  5. The box is so cute, and would make a great surprise to get in the mail. The little chick popping out is my favorite :)

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  6. So cute!!!!! ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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  7. So adorable! Love that cute little chickie popping up.

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  8. I love box cards and this is so adorable! I made some last year for Easter and am thinking of doing them again this year. They are so fun and with these new sets, they'd be super cute!!

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  9. This is such a cute little box... I think anybody would love receiving it, and especially any child - kids always like 3D and things they can pick up and admire - and you could put it out every year and bring a warm fuzzy feeling every time they see it. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  10. Love the little Easter signs!

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  11. Such a cute pop up box! Love how the bunny is holding a sign. Colors you chose are great for this design.

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  12. This is the cutest card! Thank you for sharing the copic colors that you used.

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  13. Cards-in-a-box are fun to make and
    receive. Love your Easter gathering.
    thanks for sharing
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  14. I love everything you do and and always, another great Box card. Great for Easter!

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  15. What an adorable Easter card! Who doesn't love a pop up card? This one is especially cute with the chicks and bunny with his little sign. So cute!

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  16. What an adorable Easter box card--I may have to make one of these! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  17. Very cute! Pretty Pink Posh's videos are what inspired me to get the My Favorite Things box Outside the box die and their products work so well with them!

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  18. Nice! I have that die too! So fun!

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  19. So darling! The bunny is the cutest!

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  20. Somebunny......ha ha....will be a happy camper getting this in the mail, so fun

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  21. Adorable box card! I love the bunny and chicks!

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  22. Your box card is just so sweet. I absolutely love it!

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  23. Such an adorable box card! So creative.

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  24. OMG Leica, my little granddaughter would absolutely LOVE this card!!! So darned cute!!! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  25. Oh, my goodness; this is so adorable!! I have that box die, but haven't pulled it out to play with it yet. I hope to get it out this week!

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  26. So so cute! This is the most adorable card!!! Great Copic colors and coloring.

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  27. Love this pop up scene! The colors are so pretty & those chicks are really cute!

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  28. This is such a sweet pop-up card! Love the little critters.

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  29. This is a cute Easter box card design.

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  30. Adorable box card and love the coloring.

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  31. You make THE BEST box cards ever!!! I love every one of them and this one is no different! So cute!

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  32. So so cute! Can't wait to get these stamps!

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  33. This box showcase thes darling chicks and bunnies so well! I want to kiss that little chick!

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  34. Such a sweet scene you have built!

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  35. This little box is adorable! The spring release is so full of FUN!

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  36. Such a fun box card. The images are adorable.

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  37. So super sweet! I love this cute little scene in your little box!! So much fun!! Love it!! Take care! :)

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