Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Easter Cards Are on the Home Stretch!

As I mentioned earlier, my goal is to design my Easter cards this year around using up stickers and dimensionals that have been hanging around in my stash for several years now.  This card is really all about that!  I used parts from several different packages and put them together in an Easter scene.  I loved the bunny painting the egg that is the main feature of the card.  I used my Copic markers to re-color several things.  Since this card is for my oldest son, Mr. Rabbit got a new color on his coat (previously pink) and darker buttons.  I wanted to bring in some brown, so I used that on his collar.  One of the grass-hidden eggs was light pink, so it became magenta, etc.  I think he will like his card.

Recipe:  Cardstock:  Whisper White, Certainly Celery, Old Olive, Chocolate Chip (Stampin' Up); Pattern: Pinecone Press Plaid, Cloudy Sky (unknown/ Joann's). Stamp: Delightful Dozen (Stampin' Up). Ink: Memento Bamboo Leaves. Stampin' Up Pearls (colored with Copics. Stampin' Up Certainly Celery 5/8" satin ribbon, Brown grosgrain stitched ribbon (Michal's).  Jolee's stickers:  Picket Fence, Painting Rabbit, plus various others. Tools: Stampin' Up Clouds Embossing Folder. Dies: Die-namics Grass border. Stampin' Up Modern Label punch. SU Beautiful Wings Embosslit (Sizzilit). Scotch foam tape. Scotch 1/4" tape glider, mini Glue Dots.

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