Monday, March 28, 2011

Outlines Easter Challenge

Our team challenge this week for Outlines Rubber Stamp is Easter.  Please stop by and visit the rest of the incredibly talented team and see what they have created for you.



I have wanted to try a diagonal easel card and thought this was the perfect opportunity.  I stamped all my images with Memento Tuxedo black ink onto Cryogen paper, coloring them with Copic markers; B00, E21, E33, E51, G21, G40, R83, YR12, YR31.  I based my color palette on this great DP from Reminisce.  

For the inside of the card, I used a Martha Stewart punch to create the lattice.  I added lots of accents with my cream and gold Viva Decor Pearl pens.  I used a white Glaze pen on the bunnies tail.  Finished size is 6" square.

Stamps used:  Easter BasketBunny Bunny unmounted set (overstock so you can get the set for $4) Happy and Easter (these are both 20% off) 

11 comments:

Craftyanny said...

Morningt Sandy
A smashing card, love your layout, very pretty
Anne x

Karen W said...

Looks good, I saw this the other day on SCS or a blog and thought it was so neat. You should do the tutorial!!

Robin Kirkpatrick said...

Really fun Easter card, Sandy! Fabulous color scheme and of course you have colored your images perfectly to match your papers! Great job!

Bonnie Brown said...

This is a great Easter card! I love everything about it even the inside; how fancy!!

Anonymous said...

Wow Sandy great card. Love the colors. How about making it at our class.
cheryl

Anonymous said...

So cute and love the colors. Great inside also. Edna

Silvergirl said...

Fabulous Easter card, Sandy!!! I really love your color scheme and layout!

Verna Angerhofer said...

That is a cute card. I love how you did the lattice too. I think I could make that as well for cards.

Summerthyme Studio said...

WOW!!! Way cute!

Jenny Gropp said...

Everything coordinated beautifully on this one! The main image, the cut out elements, the card design, the paper..... just perfect. I even spy a little pinky color!

Bonnie Brown said...

How about better late than never!! I just realized you made a diagonal easel card!! Wow! I am impressed!