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>> Wednesday, March 31, 2010


I can't believe Easter is this Sunday! So much is left to do - I'm hoping to color eggs on Friday - Maybe I'll come up with some nifty color combo's I can share with you next week!

I had a lot of fun at the stamping table last night. For some reason it was a very laid back and relaxing evening. My first card focused more on the religious side of Easter~

I stamped our triple crosses (G510) and Christ has Died/Risen stamp (F432) on pale yellow paper with Vivid vintage green ink. After doing my fancy angle cutting on the crosses and cutting apart the sentiment I layered all three on a medium green metallic paper and then attached all to my pastel green metallic paper. The final step was to mount it all on matching medium green card stock, and stamp the 3rd line (Christ will come again) on the inside of my card.

My next card was very quick and easy ~

I stamped white card stock (upper center) with our Fuzzy Chick (D416) stamp using black ink. I colored it using my Bic markers and layered it on my folded yellow card. I stamped my Cool Beans Easter (E224) using Vivid spring green ink on more pale yellow and after trimming I punched t 1/16" holes on each corner and added my brads. The brads overlap each other with I kinda like! I mounted this on lime green using 1/8" foam tape and attached it under my fuzzy chick. Badda Bing, Badda Boom!

Thanks for stopping by!

Happy Easter!


Grace said...

very pretty cards. I love the original shapes used in the Christ is Risen card. Thank you for sharing and Happy Easter/

Heather said...

These are both terrific. I love the first card. Just beautiful!

Jennifer E. said...

Great cards Sue! I love the religious one--it's simple design is so elegant!

Debbie Seyer said...

Love both cards but that chick is too cute!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Love these, Sue! The angles on the cross card are just fantastic and the little Easter chick is so cute.

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