Thursday, March 20, 2008

What I've been working on this week

I have been working on two big projects this week. The first was my Easter cards. I got the cute little sacks from Scrapbooks Etc. I saw a cute card on SCS where they used the petal as the carrot for and the swirly stamp from Baroque Motifs for the top. Well I then ran across the new folder (4 actually) for Cuttlebug that has petals and even a cutting plate for the flower. So I embossed the carrots instead. I punched a tag and put the cute little chick from the Gifts of Spring set on it (with craft Basic Brown). I colored it in with chalks. The carrots and craft paper edges are sponged with Really Rust. I love how they turned out. Watch your mailbox!

Easter Card Materials:
Mini paper sacks
Pumpkin Pie Cardstock (SU)
Craft paper/envelopes (Hobby Lobby)
natural twine
1/4" grosgrain orange ribbon (SU)
1/2" round punch (SU)
mini brads in green
Cuttlebug flower folder
Glorious Green Stamp Pad (SU)
Really Rust Stamp Pad (SU)
Baroque Motifs Stamp Set (SU)
Basic Brown Craft Stamp Pad (SU)
chalks (SU)
Tag punch (SU)
sponges and gloves if you don't want to get messy fingers


  1. What a fabulous card! Great colors, especially combined with the craft paper, looks really fresh!

  2. Love the card. So creative! I am a purely digital girl.. my fingers would have that looking not what it was supposed to. BEAUTIFUL job Lisa!

  3. Wow - that's so creative!! I think it looks great!
    Happy easter!

  4. Very cute card... I have all of these thinks I may have to try this one! And welcome to the blogging world!


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