Friday, March 22, 2013

Easter Blessings....

Hello and good morning! I'd like to share a card I made for both Moxie Fab World's Emphasize the Negative Challenge, and for MFTWSC116:

Here is the inside:

And the sketch:

As you can see, I flipped the image on it's side. I wanted to make this more of a CAS card and I think I did ok with it. I used my trusty Slice machine to die cut the word 'Easter' on that oh so pretty striped paper, trimmed it to size, inked the edges and stamped 'blessings' under it. Then I adhered it over the darker blue panel with foam dots. I replaced the doilie element with a butterfly...and then added two more! Added rhinestones to their bodies to give the card a little bling! (Bling is good for the soul! LOL!) Finished the inside and I was done! A simple and pretty CAS card, if I do say so myself! ☺

That's all for now. I just heard the mailman outside my door so got to go see what he brought. I'm expecting some crafty goodness! (As I've said before, my hubby lets me buy all the craft supplies that I can hide! LOL!) Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!


Card stock: Bazzill
DP: MME - Follow Your Heart
Stamps: Paper Smooches - Flap Happy, Spring Fling, Good Gab
Ink: Memento - Gray Flannel; Clear Snap - Chestnut Roan
Adhesive: SA by 3L - EZ Runner; American Crafts foam dots; Therm-o-web dots
Accessories: Slice Die Cutting Machine and Holiday Words & Expressions cartridge; Recollections rhinestones; Fiskars corner rounder


  1. This is adorable! Fun stripey paper. Love the negative die cut sentiment work!

  2. What a pretty card. I love the word cutout.

  3. Seriously, your hubby needs to talk to mine about this 'buying all you can hide'!
    This is absolutely soft, pretty & gorgeous! Love the negative :)

  4. Hey Christine! Thanks for linking this up to the Emphasize the Negative Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)


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