Easter 2019


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Easter is sneaking up on me this year like a quiet little fluffy bunny nibbling on clover in our backyard. Where does the time go?

I did make some fun and pretty Easter cards this year. Here are just a few I thought you might like to see...


This card/envelope design are a free SVG design file I downloaded from the amazing paper engineers at Dreaming Tree.  I made some adjustments and then I used assorted cardstock, embossing folders, highlight inking and embellishments from my Close To My Heart online store to create it.

Speaking of Dreaming Tree, here is another SVG file I downloaded, then cut out and personalized for my needs. You may recognize the paper as being from the CTMH I Heart Us paper packet.

I specifically designed this card for some friends who don't believe "bunnies" are necessary for Easter. It doesn't have any bunnies, but it has lots of cheerful glitter!

I took the design of the bunny for this card from a paper project that was supposed to be Easter Napkin Rings. I didn't need napkin rings, but with some slight adjustments to how I cut her out, I think she came out great as the focal point for this card!

I've been mostly busy this week with sorting through two large boxes of pictures in preparation for some marathon scrapbooking. Keep visiting this blog as I am sure that very soon you will start to see lots of scrapbook layouts I look forward to sharing with you.

I also had the fun of making a birthday card this week for a WWII veteran turning 100 years old on May 5th. A friend told me about him and said that his friends and family were trying to make sure that he received 100 cards for his birthday celebration. It's not to often that I get to make a card that says "Happy 100th Birthday" on it!

If you have any questions on supplies or techniques I used to make any of these cards this week, then please do leave me a message in the comment section below. I love hearing from you.

Happy Paper Crafting,
Rebecca


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