Monday, March 7, 2011

More Easter Cards

I feel like I'll never finish all the projects in my project pile! Most of what I'm working on is stuff I've prestamped within the last couple years and just haven't gotten back to it. There's an upside and a downside to that. The upside being that you already have the stamped image and don't have to cut up the paper or pull out the different inks. The downside is that once you finally get to the project, you've forgotten what you were going to do with it! Not to mention that by the time I get to it, I would have preferred for it to have been cut differently. Oh well... I had a lot of fun doing these two cards. First off, I LOVE DeNami and Elzybells chick stamps. They are too stinkin' cute!

Stamps - Elzybells Easter Chick, MFT sentiment from Hoppy Easter
C/S - SU! lavender lace, Memory Box lavender, Hobby Lobby petunia, Paper Source chartreuse, Neenah avalanche white, unknown pp
Ink - Memento tuxedo black ink
Copics - Y11, Y13, Y15, Y17, R20, YG03, YG09, YG17, G24, V12, V15, YR65, YR16, BG11, BG32, BG34, R81, R83, R85, BG01, BG02, BG05, lavender Spica
Misc Supplies - unknown ribbon, white gel pen, SU! word window & modern label punches, Spellbinders scalloped ovals & classic oval, tiny white pearls

Stamps - DeNami Design Easter chick basket, AMuse eggstravaganza
C/S - Memory Box aqua & lavender, Neenah avalanche white, unknown pp
Ink - Memento tuxedo black, VersaMagic turquoise gem
Copics - BG11, BG13, BG23, BG49, V12, V15, V17, Y11, Y13, Y15, YR16, YR65, turquoise Spica
Misc Supplies - SU! scalloped circle punch, Marvey Clever Lever scalloped oval punch, Martha Stewart border punch, unknown ribbon

Time to go plant some herbs, lettuce, & beans. I'm so looking forward to nice warm weather so I can go outside and get my hands in the dirt. Did a lot of work last summer on compost piles. Hopefully this will help my garden grow better because last year was positively horrible! For all the work I did, I practically had nothing to show for it. I'm thinking positive though... this year will be a great garden year!

Happy stamping til the next time!

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