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Easter Card

Posted by Christa on February 22, 2012 at 11:00 AM Comments comments (6)

Christ is Risen!

This is my entry for Our Daily Bread #97 Scene it  and Stampin Sisters in Christ #127 must have a flower challenge. Easter scene sponged with distress ink, Spellbinders die cut cross and stamped foliage and added flowers from Our Daily Bread design set 'I am the way'

Easter Card

Posted by Christa on April 21, 2011 at 9:55 PM Comments comments (0)


Only just going to make the deadline for this weeks Our Daily Bread challenge which is No Colouring.

I used currant Adirondac ink to stamp with and sponge the edge of the die cut matt. I cut out the flowers to create some depth.The lovely background paper from Crafty Individuals was a pefect match for the stamps.

Easter Bunny

Posted by Christa on April 20, 2011 at 1:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Happy Easter!

What lovely weather we've been having these past few weeks and it looks like it will continue for the holiday weekend. Have fun everyone.

My card today is this cute little Easter Bunny. Template from Cardmaking Paradise. He stands up on his feet to display and folds down to pop in an envelope. You can remove the little greetings card.







Easter Easels

Posted by Christa on March 29, 2010 at 3:00 PM Comments comments (2)

For the Grandkids.

Just discovered how to make these easel cards that are so popular at the moment. I thought they'd be great for the kids Easter cards this year, so this is what I made.

Images printed off computer and enhanced with added flowers, ribbon etc. Used nestabillities dies in CB to make the shape for the card. Finished with some punched rabbit and flower shapes.




Easter Cards

Posted by Christa on March 25, 2010 at 9:45 AM Comments comments (4)

Religous set.

Time seems to be passing so quickly just now, already nearly the end of March and Easter fast approaching so I thought i'd better make a start on my Easter cards.

Just a few quick and easy cards with decoupage images and simple matting and layering using the cuttlebug dies or embossing folders.