Wednesday, March 19, 2008


This Easter card was a total case out of the Splitcoast Gallery, but I can't remember the name of who came up with this card first. I thought it was a great way to use these cute little Easter eggs from the only Easter stamp set that I own, A Good Egg. Base of the card is Pretty In Pink. Green paper is from a retired scrapbooking set. The scallops on the whisper white cardstock are done using the corner rounder. And then the yellow ribbon just adds the perfect touch. I am always looking for ways to use the larger ribbon on my cards. The eggs are stamped on whisper white using black Staz-on. Then colored lightly with my watercolor crayons in Soft Subtles. I then took my blender pen and blended them all in for a pretty little egg. Then a two-way glue pen and some Dazzling Diamonds later, you have a sparkly Easter card that is ready to go out in the mail today. This was my daughter's favorite card! So it's on its way to Great-Grandma down in Florida to brighten her Easter morning!
Happy Spring!
Jen

7 comments:

kraftykathy1 said...

love the glitter on it-very fun

Jana Emmert said...

Perfect Easter colors!

Vickie said...

Pretty card sweetie!! Great job using the watercolor crayons!!

Marilyn said...

Love using the wide ribbon too - even though it sometimes is challenging! This is a lovely card - have a very Happy Easter!

Stampin' Colleen said...

Very cute, Jen! I love the colors you used!!

Erin... said...

so cute! love the sparkly eggs!

Robin said...

super cute eggs! and I soooo love that wide saffron ribbon. . .