Thursday, March 16, 2017

Happy Easter

I was not sure if I would do Easter cards this year, but it turns out there is lots of time, so here is one of my first ones.  Very CAS!



I used water based markers to color the eggs.  This Wonky Stitched die is really getting a workout.  I seem to use it all the time. I am currently looking to see what other similar dies I could get, so if you have any favorites, let me know!


Supplies: I Brake for Stamps Happy Eater Eggs (the eggs and sentiment are actually one piece, but I cut mine apart), Versafine Onyx Black ink, Tombow markers, Avery Elle Wonky Stitched Rectangles, KI Doilies 6x6 paper pad

I would love to participate in the following challenges:
Great Impressions Spring or Easter
Daily Marker 30 Day Coloring Challenge

12 comments:

  1. Super card Heidi! I love those wonderfully coloured eggs too. Great die, been dithering over those for a while now. My own current favourite is the MFT 'Rectangle Peek-a-boo Window' die. It's actually been used on my current Snippets Playground challenge - here: http://pixiescraftyworkshop.blogspot.co.uk/2017/03/pixies-snippets-playground-week-271-and.html and is part of this fortnight's prize. Challenge closes at 11am UK time on Saturday though.

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  2. This is so cute with those colorful eggs! I love the simple CAS design and those wonky dies were the perfect choice for the image panel. As for me, it's those Lil Inker stitched rectangles. I'm surprised they even cut after all the use they're getting! LOL

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  3. This is adorable Heidi! I love your pretty colorful eggs and they look very dimensional on your design! Thanks for sharing! Hugs & Smiles - *Vicki*

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  4. Super cute design and images Heidi. I love those wonky rectangles, and I also love my Sunshine dies from WPLUS9 it has a fab scallop edge about a half inch in from the standard a2 sized card. I also love Lawn Fawns scallop die with the little holes in it, Mama elephant has a beautiful scallop die, post card edges from Simons, and cross stitched edges from MFT in ovals and rectangles.

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  5. Simple and pretty Heidi! Love those pretty Easter eggs and that pattern paper behind them! Have a great weekend! Luv n’ Hugs. Hazel xx
    My Card Attic

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  6. Such a cute card, and one that is easily mass produced. This is the first year I'm not doing Easter cards. Yours will be well loved.

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  7. This is really pretty. Loving the sparkly eggs!

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  8. So adorable! Love the eggs! Thanks for playing along with us at Great Impressions and good luck! Hugs, Robin

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  9. That is so cute, I just bought some straight stitched dies but haven't used them yet... I found some Easter stamps at the yard sale my stamp store had so hopefully I will make at least a couple Easter cards :)

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  10. Clean, fun and CAS perfection x

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  11. Love those colorful eggs. Stitching dies of any sort are hot right now. I like the wonky stitching. It is more realistic to how I would sew.

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  12. Beautiful CAS Easter card! Thank you for joining our Great Impressions Challenge this month. I hope you come back next month.
    Ruza
    Ruza's Craft Corner

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