Easter Cards

Stampin Up Bunny- Sweet Little Something stamp set


I was using my new Stampin Up Stamparatus tool (coming in June, if you didn't reserve yours early) and the Bunny from "Sweet Little Something" stamp set was the perfect 3 step stamp to practice with.

This bunny looks so real! I was in the mood to make something soft and sweet. So a baby card using pink pirouette and crumb cake inks and cardstocks was the perfect combination to go with the darling bunny stamp.


I stamped the bunny in sahara sand, crumb cake and early espresso inks. It almost looks like I can feel the fluffy stuffed bunny's fur. It looks so soft and realistic.

I layered the bunny on a circle that I cut out with the Layering Circle Framelits in whisper white and pink pirouette cardstock. A doily was added to give the card dimension and texture as well as using the Cable Knit emboss folder in the background.


A crumb cake ribbon and pink pirouette Enamel heart give the baby card a special touch. I used the verse from the Layering Love stamp set. I thought it was perfect for a baby card.


Don't forget the inside... a tiny heart border in crumb cake ink.


I hope you like my Sweet Little Somethings card. Thanks for visiting today!

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Easter Card sneak peek

Hello Stamping Friends! Are you ready for Easter yet? Its right around the corner and will be here before we know it.

So, today I'm sharing a little sneak peek of one of the cards that we will be making at my next Card Class.

I used the "Special Reason" stamp set and also the "Suite Sentiments" stamp set for the Easter greeting.


I think these colors are perfect for Easter. I used sweet sugarplum, wisteria wonder and pear pizazz.

I simply stamped the images from large to small then added the greeting in basic gray archival ink.

For the middle of the flowers, I punched 1/2 and 3/4 inch circles from the blushing bride glimmer paper.


Super simple and pretty as can be. Hope the ladies enjoy making this soft subtle, flowery Easter Card next week.

Thanks for stopping by today!

Until the next time...

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Stampin' Up! Easter Lamb

Easter, already? Why, yes. Easter is early this year. So, its time to think about making Easter cards to send and put in Easter Baskets.

This stamp is darling. It is one single stamp and only costs $10. But, thinking past Easter, this can also be used to make baby cards. Just cover up the greeting or omit it.

For this card I embossed the lamb on crumb cake cardstock in gold emboss powder. I then used our white gel pen to color in some of the wool. The gel pen really pops on the crumb cake cardstock. And its really easy to color in- no going out of the lines, since I embossed it in gold first.



For the scallop edge on the front of the card, I used the circle framelits. Here's how I placed the framelit before I ran it through the Big Shot. I used the circle framelits to make all the circles on this card. This is also the view of the inside of the card. I used the birthday bouquet designer series paper to line the inside.


Let's talk about this watermelon wonder satin ribbon, also from the Stampin Up Occasions catalog.  Oh my goodness- this ribbon is just glorious. I wish we carried it in every color.


I know its not even Valentines Day yet. But, hey, now you have an idea for Easter. So, you are way ahead of the game.


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