Sunday, March 24, 2013


This card I also scraplifted from Mary at Cardz TV. Thanks Mary for the inspiration.  My grandaughter is going to love this. I thought it was so cute.  This egg was cut from the Art Philosophy Cart. and the chick and egg were cut from Create A Critter cart.  The bling is from Michaels. The sentiment is a stamp from Stampin Up. 

Thanks so much for looking.

This card I have to say I scraplifted from Janice (Stampin w/Janice). Thanks Janice for the inspiration. I think this card is so so cute. Janice did her's in Blue but I did mine in pink because my grandaughter loves pink. These eggs are also from the PK March Stamp of the Month. The clouds were cut from the April Showers cart. and I have them on pop dots along with the eggs. The fence is MS Punch and the green grass is from Plantin Schoolbook Cart.


Here is #3

This is also an A2 size. Blue pattern paper is from Recollections, the green dot paper is from DCWV Nana's Paper stack and the green and blue paper was paper I had in my stash, can't remember where I got it sorry.  Some parts of the bunny was punched out and some were cut using the cricut. I rounded the corners with my corner rounder. 



Here is #2

This is an A2 size card. Card base and purple mat  is from Bazzill. Cloud mat is a stamp from Peachy Keen. The eggs were cut from the Doodlecharms cart. I glittered four of them and put a PK stamp face on the other two. Grass was cut from Plantin Schoolbook Cart. I added American Craft ribbon and the sentiment stamp is also from Peachy Keen. 



Hello Everyone,
Hope you all had a nice weekend. I have been busy making some Easter Cards for my grandchildren.
Here is the first one I made for my grandson. I used the bunny from the PK March Stamp of the month club. I paper pieced it with pattern paper from Recolections. The sun and grass  is cut from Creator A Critter. My base card is cut from Birthday Bash. The white mat in back of the bunny are clouds I embossed with clear embossing powder and I outlined them with a clear glitter pen. It's hard to see in the picture. The fence is a MS Punch.
Thanks for looking and I love reading all your wonderful comments!