Wednesday, March 11, 2020

The Sisterhood of Crafters Challenge - Easter




For my card I used gingham designer paper from Stampin Up to create the basket.  The handle is a strip of cardstock from my stash.  The egg and bunny are die cut from Cheery Lynn Designs Nesting Eggs dies.  I embellished with a multi-loop bow and button accent.

We hope you'll share your Easter cards/projects with us at The Sisterhood of Crafters.

9 comments:

  1. This is just the cutest thing ever!! I love the colors and of course you had me with the gingham..a favorite to use always!!

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  2. This is so adorable, Vickie! The gingham papers make it extra festive for Easter.

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  3. Oh my stars ... how precious! Gingham is just perfect for Easter ... what a sweet creation Vic! LOVE IT!!

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  4. Love that gingham paper! I am so glad I have a stash of it. Your Easter basket added the right touch to our showcase of inspiration! Well done, Sistah!

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  5. Vicki, everyone needs an Easter basket, and yours is adorable! Thank you for sharing!

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  6. Adorable basket, lovely papers Vickie and a delightful creation.xx

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  7. What a fabulous idea! I would love to make these for the Easter table. Simple and elegant. Love it sistah!

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