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Monday, March 1, 2010

Easter Blossoms

I have some Easter cards to make, so decided to work on one over the weekend. I used 'Cottage Wall' Designer Series paper- one of my favorite DSP's! For the flowers on this card, the top right flower is flat on the card. The second flower to the left is popped up on 'one' layer of dimensionals, while the third flower on the lower right is popped up on 'two' layers of dimensionals. I inked the blossoms first with Pale Plum, although you really can't tell in the photo. Ah, it is not good to take photos at night :-). After I inked the flowers with Pale Plum, I inked the very edges with Perfect Plum. The Barely Banana flower centers have been inked on the edges with Apricot Appeal. The inking gives the flowers more depth on the card.

The butterfly is Barely Banana, inked with Apricot Appeal, and is actually two layers of butterfly. The large wings have dimensionals under them.

For the inside of my card, I stamped the cross in Pale Plum and the sentiment in Rich Razzleberry. I added a photo corner punched from Rich Razzleberry textured card stock to help balance out the weight of the cross. I have a little scrapbook that I made over the weekend and I will be posting that tomorrow :-). Hope to see you then! Thanks for stopping by!

Blessings!
Barb

Supplies:
Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes- 115370, God's Blessings- 114972, Special Blessings- 113411
Paper: Rich Razzleberry- 115316, Rich Razzleberry textured-115719, Old Olive- 100702, Pale Plum- 101658, Barely Banana- 102701, Whisper White- 100730, Cottage Wall Designer Series Paper- 115671
Classic Stampin' Ink: Pale Plum,- 102732, Perfect Plum- 101437, Apricot Appeal- 105218, Old Olive- 102277, Rich Razzleberry- 115658
Dies: Little Leaves- 114511, Cherry Blossom- 114516, Beautiful Wings- 118138
Punches: Trio Flower- 109183, Modern Label- 116630, Word Window- 105090, Photo Corners- 109042
Other: Stampin' Dimensionals- 104430, Sponge daubers- 102892, lavender gems

1 comment:

Kim said...

What a pretty card, I love it.

Thanks for sharing,
Kim