|Ready for the mailman|
And my response? Join a card exchange, of course!
This card exchange required 10 copies of the same card, with a bunny/Easter theme. While some may find this tedious, I was surprised to find that I enjoyed "mass producing" the same card over and over.
Not that I'm going to be putting Hallmark out of business any time soon!!
Here is another view -- front forward -- of this card. I started by stamping the adorable baby image; I colored each of the images using Copic markers.
Once done, I cut the image using the Cricut Cake Basics cartridge (I use this one a LOT!) in a shadow scalloped oval. I Cricut-cut a base out of bright yellow cardstock, measuring 1/2" larger for the shadow effect.
Using my Crop-A-Dile, I punched two holes near the feet of the baby image and thread dotted organza ribbon through the holes. Tied in a bow!
I cut two layers of the grass from the Easter 2010 seasonals cartridge and affixed them to the bottom of the stamped image. I adorned with stickers, pearls, and a flower leftover from my pomander project posted last week.
Don't forget! I still have blog candy to give away ...
1. Follow this blog, and post on the Fairy Cut Friday's message, for a monthly chance to win a free software license/access code from the manufacturer! You may comment once each Friday -- so that's up to 4 chances per month to win the Monthly Prize.
2. For a chance to win five sheets of 3M Transparency film shown in my video How-To on Saturday, March 5, please post a comment and follow.
Have an excellent day!