Hello, my friends! Thanks for stopping by to see my SU Easter Blossoms card. I created this card in response to an Inspiration Challenge on Splitcoaststampers as described below. The stamp set, SU Easter Blossoms, has beautiful stamps, and I used the egg stamp to create the eggs on my card. This card features my favorite colors, the primary colors of red, blue, and yellow.
Audrie (girlgeek101) hosted Saturday’s Splitcoaststampers Inspiration Challenge, IC536 Easter Egg Hunt. She selected this Pinterest page for our Easter Egg Hunt. What an outstanding and beautiful inspiration site. She always picks marvelous sites for the Inspiration Challenges on each Saturday.
This is my selection from which I drew my inspiration. I love the blue color in the inspiration piece, so I picked the retired Stampin’ Up! Brilliant Blue color to be a close match. I wish Stampin’ Up! would bring back that color.
This is a closeup of the eggs in the basket. Notice the “white shiny grass” in the basket? I made that with a grass die and SU White Glitter Tape. Also notice the two flowers on the basket. These are SU Vintage Flowers that I colored with a Copic Marker.
I added to the side of the card an extra egg and added some dangling thread that I unraveled from Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding.
When I unraveled the thread, I kept part of the seam binding together to add as a ribbon and bow along the right side of the basket’s handle as seen below.
I created the basket from a Sizzix Basket Original Die.
I hope you’ve enjoyed your visit and will return soon!
Stamps: SU Easter Blossoms
Paper: SU Daffodil Delight, Cherry Cobbler, and Brilliant Blue
Ink: SU Brilliant Blue and Copic Marker B28
Card Size: 5-1/2″ sq.
Accessories: We R Memory Keepers Next Level Woven, Spellbinders Classic Oval Dies, SU Vintage Flowers, ODBD Happy Easter Die, SU Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding, SU White Glitter Metallics Tape, Sizzix Original Basket Die, and Lawn Cuts Grassy Border Die
STAMPING WITH GUNEAUX DESIGNS BY BEVERLY POLEN
Jesus said: “Everyone will hate you because of me. But not a hair of your head will perish. Stand firm, and you will win life.” Luke 21:17.