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>> Monday, February 1, 2016


We have had a fabulously warm weekend here in NW Ohio. We're talking just a sweatshirt or light jacket which is unheard of for January. This time last year we were buried in snow! All this warmth has me dreaming of spring and that led to this Easter card. I used the new Cute Bunny for this CAS card. After stamping and coloring the little bunny with Copics, I stamped the Happy Easter greeting with Versafine black onyx ink and then added the yellow layer. I wanted to add the ribbon with a button, but couldn't find a green button in my stash to match, so I created the button. I just punched 5 circles, added the button holes, glued them together, colored it with the same green Copic, added some Glossy Accents and waited for it to dry. This was the hardest part for me.

I really like CAS cards. Not just because they are easy to create, but I really like the open white space. I'm thinking I'll be making a few more of these for my grandkids for this Easter.

Have you checked out this week's challenge: Sparkle and Shine? We'd love to have you play along. You can find details here.

Thanks for stopping by,
shelia

7 comments:

nwilliams6 said...

Sheila, your Easter card is precious. Love that cute new bunny and your colors are perfect! Hugz

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Adorable, Shelia! Your little bunny is so cute & I love the rounded corners & ribbon.

Janett Ray said...

So sweet Shelia. And I am with you love the white space so clean and really makes me fill like spring.

Robin Clendenning said...

So sweet Shelia!! Love your little bunny and the ribbon with button is just darling!

Karin said...

Adorable! I love the white space too, it really draws your eye to that cute little bunny!

Sue said...

Too cute Shelia! Love how you made your button!!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

How sweet, Shelia! Your little bunny looks adorable & I love the ribbon & button.

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