I can't believe it's actually snowing here on the west coast! We've actually had a wonderful winter, and I've actually felt a little guilty while hearing all about the terrible winter most of Canada and the US have had! Well, I guess it's our turn, now. So Nichole's challenge to create something "spring-like" is a welcome one.
So I made two Easter cards, for my granddaughters, using Polka Dot Parade. The first card is on clear card stock, and is therefore a little sturdier for her two-year old hands. I don't think the butterflies will last very long, though...
And this one is for my 8 yr. old granddaughter, also using "Polka Dot Parade #1", along with "Tag Sale #8" dies and Lavender Moon cardstock and design paper.
I used some of the Marvy "Snow Marker" on the bunnies' tails, which puffs up when you heat set it.
This card used "Doodlie-Do" stamp set. I've been enjoying colouring with these stamps, which are framed with the "Fabulous Frames" die. I used pastel, spring colours, such as Aqua Mist cardstock and Sweet Blush patterned paper.
Here is one last card, using my new stamp set from PTI, Feather Finery. The sentiment is from WMS Fancy Feathers. I watercoloured the feathers after embossing them with white powder, using Aqua Mist, Spring Rain, Blueberry and Lavender Lulu inks. I didn't have any sequins that matched so I used some Copics to colour some "Moonstone" sequins. The patterned paper is from a variety pack of PTI, but the name is no longer with the package.