Remember what I said about the technological hiccup and pretend this was posted a few days ago!
I love this card, although it did take a couple of days of me staring at it before I did. This is the first card I designed for March's card class. I was completely unsure of it when I finished putting it together. Sometimes I just have to step away from a card to really appreciate it. When I first complete a design there are times when all I see are the mistakes I made and the ways it didn't turn out as planned.
Okay since I had the hiccup and Easter is over, I changed a few items on this card to make it something other than an Easter card.
I just chose a different print from the same designer paper pack and switched the sentiment to one from the retired set A Good Egg. Love that one! I think this card would make a cute baby card as well.
Stampin' Up! Supplies:
- Stamps: Everybunny (w: 122705, c: 122707), A Good Egg (retired)
- Paper: Primrose Petals, Whisper White, Summer Starfruit
- Ink: Crumb Cake
- Accessories: Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder (117335), 2 1/2" Circle Punch (120906), 1 3/4" Circle Punch (119850), Modern Label Punch (119849), Scallop Oval Punch (119856), Subtles Designer Paper Stack (117152), Birds of a Feather Designer Paper (126899), Subtles Watercolor Wonder Crayons (119802), Brights Watercolor Wonder Crayons (119804), Blender Pens (102845)
When coloring with Watercolor Wonder Crayons and Blender Pens, color lightly with the crayon and then use the Blender Pen starting where you've colored. You don't have to color the entire image, the Blender Pen will pull the color around the cardstock. However if you start in a spot that isn't colored the paper is more likely to pill. The Watercolor Crayon coats the paper and allows more time to blend without over saturating the cardstock.
Thanks for letting me share!