I always make Easter cards for my grandchildren, and since I only bought one new Easter stamp set, I had to get creative for my grandsons' card. I found a placecard holder online, and I thought it would make a great card for them. A lot of Q-tips and sticky fingers later, I finished the lamb and had to use my glue gun in order to make it stay on the card! I used my Martha Stewart grass punch and some flowers I punched out to add a bit of dimension since the lamb really "pops" out from the card.
I entered this card in The Shabby Tea Room's Challenge #58. I used a lot of pastel colors, and my grass is in a striped pattern!
Paper: SU Bashful Blue, Green Galore, YoYo Yellow, pink paper from my stash; Stamp: AC Moore; Ink: SU Green Galore; Punches: Martha Stewart grass punch, SU Boho Blossoms; Accessories: SU clear embossing powder, glitter, ribbon and white "lollypop" sticks from my stash.
My granddaughter's favorite color is purple, so I used SU Orchid Opulence and Whisper White to create a card for her. I embossed the background and then sponged it with Orchid Opulence. The only Easter stamp set I bought this year was SU Easter Blossoms, and I was able to combine the branches and
silhouette of the girl for my focal point.
Stamp: SU Easter Blossoms; Paper: SU Orchid Opulence, Whisper White; Ink: SU Orchid Opulence, Kiwi Kiss; Accessories: Spellbinders Oval Scallop die, Marvy Uchida Oval Scallop punch, Prima flower, SU Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder, ribbon from my stash.