Sunday, April 3, 2011

Easter's on it's Way!


Just a couple of little Easter cards I whipped
up over the past day or so.
I am really enjoying making my own rosettes
and think one of the best videos
on how to make them is by Meg from Archivers.


I love this fun paper from Kaisercraft.  It's from the
'Bubblegum Hills' Collection and has some great ways it
can be cut apart for card makers.
All the stamps are from Hampton Arts.


Here is another version, but this time, I stamped
white cardstock in alternating pink and green inks
using this lace doily from Hero Arts.
I then placed it on top of aNOTHer stamped lace
doily, which was white embossed.


This fun Easter DP is from The Paper Company.
I had to break out a Martha punch for the heart
border, just for something a little different.

I love the sketch which is from Hero Arts
and Paige from CARDS is looking for Easter
projects this week, so will share these with her.

Hope you have had a lovely weekend.
There are storms brewing headed towards
Northern Illinois, so not sure how my weekend
will end, but I am sure all will be well.

OH....thought I would share our newest house guest
with you!  Paul added to my ever-growing collection
of rabbits...not just stuffed, but of many forms, but
Hazel is on a whole new dimension....


She is a 4-ft beauty and all decked out!


So I guess my weekend is ending quite nicely....


'Hippity Hop' Project Recipe:
Designer Paper: Kaisercraft 'Bubblegum Hills'
Stamps:  Hampton Arts 
Tools:  Martha Stewart 'eyelet lace' border punch
Embellishments: designer brad by Making Memories


'Lacey Easter' Project Recipe:
Designer Paper:  The Paper Company Studio,
My Mind's Eye 'So Contrary'
Stamps: Hero Arts 'Butterflies & Lace', Hampton Arts
Tools:  Martha Stewart 'eyelet lace' & 'heart to heart' border punch
Embellishments: designer brad by Making Memories



18 comments:

Jeanie Callaghan said...

Gorgeous cards!

Monika Wright said...

those dimensional flowers are fun, aren't they?

Lindsey said...

Oh! Those multicolour bunny tails had me smiling right away. :) Love both these cards!

Tenia Nelson said...

These cards rock Miss Lady!!! The larger than life bunny rocks too!!! Hope all is well....

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Loveeeeeeeeeeeeee these!!! I love love love the rosette's and loveeeeeeeeeeeeee your new bunny! CUTE! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

Pam Wendt said...

Hazel is so adorable -
but not as cute as your Easter cards!
Love the papers and colors, and your rosettes are gorgeous! Thanks for the link to the how-to! :o)

Helen said...

Gorgeous cards, and Hazel is lovely....

cappuccino and colour said...

gorgeous card. love the wee bunnies!

Sandy Ang said...

Those rosette flowers really make such an impact on your lovely cards. Hazel is so cute sitting on the armchair

Angi @ CokiePop said...

The first thing I noticed were the colorful and cute bunny tails. LOL Love your rosettes too. :)

Sarah Anderson said...

those little, fabulously coloured bunny rabbit tails are such FuN! Love them :)

Janna Werner said...

super sweet, Julie!

Elise said...

Rosettes! ROSETTES! Oh, my HEAVENS - these are gorgeous!!!! Love the edge work - MEOW! Also, that first one, is SUCH fantastic use of the D/P - yes MA'AM! These cards are SO festive, but THAT bunny - seals the DEAL! ADORABLE work, friend! xoxo!

Colleen Dietrich said...

I can't stop thinking about those cute bunny butts on the first card! LOL

Patrice said...

love that rosette!

Angelica said...

Julie your cards are adorable! Loving the rosettes!! And I think Hazel is a PERFECT addition to your collection! ;) She is quite the beauty. xo Angelica

Ruby said...

Love these Julie, I must check out the rosette tutorial, so pretty! I keep meaning to make one, this month just has to be the month that I do!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

So pretty Julie! Love the pastel color combo and fan fold embellishments!