No matter, in a few days it will be Easter, snow or no snow. Here are some Easter cards I made this year:
This is the one I made for my nephews. It's kind of a challenge for me to make cards for them that are still fun but not too girly. The paper and stamp are from Imaginisce. I love their little stamp sets, and that they coordinate with their papers. I used Copic and Spectrum Noir markers for the bird, eggs, and nest. The "Happy Easter" stamp is from Studio G.
I love the look of banners, and I like using twine and bright colors. This paper is from the Echo Park "Springtime" line. I can't tell you how versatile this one pack of papers has been. I've been using it and using it for over a year and I still have more to use. It works great for small things like this. The twine is from We R Memory Keepers (Lollipop), brads are from Creative Impressions. I printed the sentiment out on the computer using "Cotton Candy" font.
I had to make a special card for my newest niece, Emma Jane, as it is her very first Easter. I used Bazzill cardstock, patterened paper from Making Memories (Boho Chic), ink from Versamark. I don't know who makes that flower brad...it's been in my stash too long! Funny Bunny stamp from Studio G. I used a Martha Stewart border punch to make the scalloped lace edge. I cut the egg shape and the pink Peep bunny from my Silhouette. I got this cute card idea from my friend, Elizabeth Mindemann. She had done it with a chick inside the egg, which is also very sweet.
I hope everyone has a blessed Easter.