Saturday, March 24, 2012

Window on Easter

This is one of the cards we made at the Springtime/Easter cards class on Wednesday. It's a relatively easy card to make. The only possible trouble one would have would be if using the paper cutter to cut the frame was too challenging.  Oh, and then there's the bow, for my bow-challenged friends.

But I think next time I will emboss the frame. It looks a little too plain to me now. And maybe trim the ends of the vellum to make a banner. And add some Dazzling Details to the flowers.  Haha! I definitely subscribe to the more is more theory!

Apologies for the recent series of less than sharp photos. My regular camera has been in the shop for a few weeks and, due to the floods in Thailand, parts for my Nikon are somewhat delayed. That's okay, I can wait. I do have a camera that works okay, and my broken camera pales in comparison to what those poor people have had to endure. Perspective, friends. It's all about perspective.

Have a blessed weekend!

Stamps: Simply Soft (greeting non-SU)
Cardstock: Concord Crush, Wisteria Wonder, Whisper White, Shimmery White, White Vellum Cardstock
Ink: Jet Black Staz-On, plus Old Olive, Pink Pirouette, and Regal Rose Stampin' Write Markers
Accessories: Scallop Trim Border Punch, Silver Mini Brads, Whisper White 5/8" Organza Ribbon, Paper Cutter (and NO Big Shot, can you believe it?!)


  1. What a lovely card! I love the scallops inside the window!

  2. Such a beautiful Easter Card! Love the coloring and the bow and that scalloped frame.

  3. So pretty, Cindy! The scallop trim makes such an elegant frame.

  4. Nice touch with the scallop trim around the inside of the frame! Sweet Card!


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