I found this cute little vintage digital postcard image online today and thought what a cute Easter card it would make. I had to work with it a bit in PaintShop Pro because it was pretty narrow and I knew I would want to frame it with either a circle or a square frame. I added an extra border around the image to widen it and cloned and smudged in the background color shadings all around the picture, so that when I printed the image, it wouldn't jumped from a nice shaded background to the white of the cardstock showing in the picture frame. It also had some printing at the top and bottom right, which was extremely light and totally not legible in such a small image. It cluttered up the image, thus I decided to removed it entirely. Now, it was ready to size and print for my card.
I found some pretty pink and green papers and decided to do an alternating crisscross paper pattern for the background behind my little framed girl and bunnies. I also decided to try applying a light film of glitter to the picture to add a different flair, using spray adhesive. I think I like the way it turned out.
Recipe: Paper: Stampin' Up Whisper White (base); WRMK Cotton Tails 6x6 pad (patterns); Martha Stewart Love Notes Mat pad; Bazzill Irish Eyes (frame). Spellbinders Fleur de Lis Squares, Squares LG. Vintage Easter digital image (online). Stampin' Up Dazzling Diamonds glitter. HugSnug seam binding: Moss Green/ Vivid Pink. Prima paper flower. Recollections colored pearls. Colorbox Chestnut Roan sponge distressing.