Thursday, March 26, 2020

Easter Card Continues

Today I have 3 versions of Easter cards using the same older stamps Hero Arts Sentiment and a cross stamp from Inkadinkado.  The designs shown on the left are 2 that I posted some time ago but I just created the one on the right using a fancy die cut oval and dry embossing with Wicker Weave EF on the brown background layer. I did add a sentiment to the middle card after the photo was made.  These will go into the box of Easter cards that I am assembling for the Life Care Center in Tennessee.

Another one for the box. This Easter card was made using an old Flourishes stamp Spring Has Sprung from 2011 designed by Marcella Hawley.  I colored the stamped image found in my Bits and Pieces box with Copics, trimmed it and added to a scrap of shiny pink cs and placed on a layer of Patterned Paper from Joanne's.  Finished with a Hero Arts sentiment stamped in green and a white card base.  Love this cute Bunny group.
Retro Rubber Challenge : #131 Tic Tac Toe -used Easter, Pastel Colors, and Patterned Paper. Flourishes stamp from 2011 and Hero Arts stamp from 2003.
Cute Card Thursday:  #627 Easter
Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge: March Always about using patterned paper.

Stay well and safe!
Have a great day!
 I love reading your comments. Theresa


Maria Rodriguez. said...

I just love this second card Therese, those bunnies are so adorable and a definite sign of Spring. Beautiful coloring and awesome pattern papers.
Thank you for sharing this second card with us at RETRO RUBBER, and thank you for sharing the dates of your stamps.

Verna Angerhofer said...

All the Easter designs are wonderful. You do beautiful work.

creative lady said...

I love your Easter cards, they are beautifully done. Love the soft colors you colored on the second one. Thank you for playing along with Retro Rubber Challenge Blog

creative lady said...

Love your cards, the second one is beautiful, love the soft colors. Thank you for playing along with Retro Rubber Challenge Blog.

LeAnne said...

You are on an Easter card roll! I LOVE your sweet little bunnies! They are so soft and pretty, they make for a lovely Easter creation!