It is very rare that I wait longer than a couple of days to post pics on my blog. But, today I was browsing through my computer to transfer pics to the flash drives my ma got me for christmas, and I came across a few cards that I realized I never posted here. So here are 4 easter cards that I made earlier this year for my friend Rhonda to give to her niece's and her MIL. I did 3 bunny cards, same layouts with the bunnies on 2 cards and then a mirrored layout on the 3rd one, but all 3 cards are different colors, and the bunnies are different colors as well. I also did a Magnolia/Tilda card for her MIL.
Here are a couple sneak peeks. click below to see the full pics. I hope you enjoy them, I can't believe I forgot to share them, they are SO adorable!!!
My card names:
Before you read on, please know that this post is VERY image heavy. There are 18 pics in all, so if you're on any internet besides high speed cable modem, it may take a few moments for all the photos to load.
So, as you can tell from the previews, these are just ADORABLE cards! Here is my Tilda Card.
I colored her with prismacolored pencils and blended very well with gamsol. I love how she turned out.
It was actually pretty difficult to get them to stick. I tried everything! I finally settled on a TON of hot glue!! Once I got them hot glued to it, I used glue dots to attach it to the card.
under the sentiment, I cut out some eggs from a sheet of easter deco paper. Both the eggs and background easter paper are by the Paper Company.
I used the rubber stamp "Hippity Hoppity Easter" by Printworks (purchased at hobby lobby) on a punched piece of cardstock from the Stampin' Up! Decorative Label punch.
I gave her a bow that I tied from some baker's twine. Under the bow, she has a "stamped" bow that is originally stamped with the actual bunny image. I didn't like it with just the stamped bow, so that's why I decided to give her a real bow.
same layout as above, but I used scalloped circles instead of the doily die.
Even though this has been a very rough year for hubby and I, I have a very hopeful outlook that next year will be much better. I hope that all of you have a wonderful new year, too.
Keep on Craftin'!
P.S. I'm not going to include a supply list for these cards like I always do, because I pretty much named everything I used as far as stamps, punches and dies. If you have any questions, just comment and I'll reply (just remember to click to subscribe to comments by e-mail so you get alerted when I reply).
Thanks for looking!