My green on green card is this lucky bunny, and his "pot of gold" right in plain sight. He is almost there! This is my first time to sew on a card, so please excuse the crooked stitching. I used PaperTrey Ink's Bitty Dots paper for the background and sewed onto a Spring Moss panel. I used my Martha fence punch and slightly edged with some Spring Moss ink, adhered with dimensional foam to the front. The little bunny (a Deadbeat designs stamp that I got at a local SBS) was stamped directly onto Graphic 45 Botanicabella dp and cut out and I added a pom pom tail dusted with white glitter, because to my horror, I had black, red and gray pom poms, but no white ones, so I improvised on the gray.
The carrot stamp is from Stampendous and I coloured with Copics. The Shamrocks are punched with a couple of different heart size punches.
The next card is a more traditional Easter card made with Magenta cling stamps, coloured with Luminaire and then with the newest oooo pale Copics. I don't know if you can see the slight yellow on the daffodil, purple on the tulip and pink on the lilly of the valley? I cut out and mounted with dimensional foam to a black square and then to a panel I made with another MS edger punch. The cream panel is a CB folder and then mounted to another black panel and the DP covering the whole front is a K and CO. I really like this card and would have to say that this is a comfortable style for me.
This next Easter card is quite colourful! I used the cute Easter Inchies from Rubbernecker that I purchased last year when released. I had fun colouring these teeny images and decided to make an Easter quilt-like card. The cs and dp are both PTI.
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Cheers to a great Wednesday!