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Easter Cross

>> Friday, February 19, 2016

by Julie Warner - The Write Stuff

Happy Friday!
I hope your week has gone well! I have another Easter card to show you today. Is it just me or do you think purples & lilacs go with Easter like peas go with carrots? I just seem to use a lot of these colors at Easter. I used an embossing folder frame for the purple layer & I stamped the Cross w/ Lilies & Know Jesus image on the lighter lilac card stock w/ Memento grape jelly ink. I used Copics to color everything except the inside of the cross..I used a white Prismacolor pencil to fill it in so it would show up more against the lilac background. Since it was still in my Misti, I over stamped w/ Versafine imperial purple ink. 
Rather than try to mask the one K, I just stamped it on a scrap, colored, fussy cut & added it on top of the original K. The extra lilies in the upper corner (from the Wedding Ring Ensemble image) were fussy cut & added. A little stickles was added in the flower centers. 

Here are the Copics I used.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great weekend!


6 comments:

nwilliams6 said...

Yep - just like peas and carrots! Love this gorgeous card Julie. Your pairing of images is all perfect and the flowers are exquisite. Beautiful work! Hugz

Shelia said...

I agree purple is my go to Easter color, especially when using a cross image. Love this pairing of images. Your card is absolutely gorgeous!!

Robin Clendenning said...

Oh how pretty Julie!! Love the way you use purple, one of my favorites!! This is beautifully done my friend!

Janett Ray said...

This card is lovely Julie. The soft colors are perfect for a Easter card.

Sue said...

What a beautiful card Julie! LOVE the purple!!! And the pink flowers/accents are the perfect compliment to the purple!

Karin said...

This card is stunning! I love the purple and your coloring (and the sparkle!) on the flowers is just perfect. Lovely, lovely card!

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