Thursday, March 24, 2011

Happy Easter Card

Hi All
More snow in the forcast today :( and I am so ready for spring. Today I am posting a spring card I made for Cricut Cardz Challenge. It is for challenge #67 and you are supposed to make a spring card using only pink, green and white and any cartridge you like. I decided to create an Easter card with a bunny cut at 3" using the shadow feature, from the Animal Kingdom Cricut cartridge.
I had this great paper from We R Memory Keepers which had the perfect colors! I thought it would be cute to punch a tiny flower out and attach it with a glitter flower brad for the bunnies tail. I felt it kind of tied in with the little flowers on the green paper.

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The card was fun to make and lifted my spirits up. I just know spring will eventually get here!

Supplies used: cardstock - pink and white; patterned paper - Easter Bonnet from Peep collection by We R Memory Keepers; scallop border punch and tiny flower punch - EK Success; eyelets and flower brad- Making Memories; stamp - $1 bin at JoAnn's; ink - white 'a la mode by Hampton Art; Stickles Diamond glitter glue; pop dots.

Thanks for looking and I love to hear your comments!


Melissa said...

Such a pretty card, thanks so much for joining CCC!

Corey Marie said...

This is an adorable Easter card!

Mom said...

Darling Card! This card would lift anyones spirits. We can all use that lift as we look longingly to Spring !

cklopping said...

Holy Moly!!! This card is one of the cutest I have seen! Everything on the bunny ties in with the papers used! WOW!

Evelyn said...

Very cute , totally love it. Thanks for joining us at ccc

Scrapper69 said...

Wonderful Card! Thanks for joining us over at Cricut Cardz! :o)
Theresa DT

mum of two said...

What a beautiful project! I just love the way you used the shadow, it is brilliant - and the little flower as a cotton tail? Genius! Thanks for playing with us this week at Cricut Cardz Challenge!

michelle (CCC DT#2)