In my newly created stash of vintage Easter images, there was one image in particular that jumped right out at me and said, "This is the perfect image to make a card for Mom for Easter...she absolutely loves the colors in this beautiful decorative egg." The decision was easy, but finding just the right papers with the right color hues was not so easy. I must have looked through almost all the paper I own (and that is no small amount), but still I procrastinated and looked some more. Finally I found three that I was satisfied with. So, to work I went and created a simply vintage Easter egg card just for Mom.
While I was at it, I noticed that the Shabby Tea Room is having a challenge, which also helped to inspire my card, so I decided I should enter the Week #213 - Floral Fantasy challenge with Mom's Easter card made just for her. The challenge requires you to create a project inspired by the multitude of soft pastel roses in the photo provided and to include flowers and ribbon/ lace.
My card inspiration for this challenge and for Mom's special Easter card is shown below. Don't forget to go and check out the other cards entered in the Shabby Tea Room challenge this week by clicking on the link below:
Recipe: Bazzill Lily Pond cs (base); Deck the Halls (mat); Basic Grey Serendipity 6x6 pad; Authentique Promise-Four 6x6 pad. Spellbinders Floral Ovals + Ovals LG. HugSnug seam binding-Moss Green + White Copic colored R14. Prima paper flower. Queen&Co. Pearls. Elmer's Craft Bond adhesive spray. Stash: Crystal glitter (used on image + frame). Colorbox Chestnut Roan sponge distressing.