Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Easter Bunny


     I'm still in the Easter card mode so today I have a sweet one from Purple Onion Designs to share.  I've combined Ivy, Easter eggs, and Tree Line from the Stacey Yacula collections.  Pulled out my Prismas again for this one.  I just love the way they blend.  Sometimes I have very harsh lines in my Copic blending and I love how you can avoid that with the pencils.


     I'm adding this third photo so you can get a better idea of how the image panel is popped up with foam.  I used the Puffy Clouds die to divide the front panel.  After it was cut I sponged the top portion with Distress ink and glued it to the card.  Just adds a little bit of depth.


     Hope you have some lovely Easter plans for yourself.
     Be blessed!

Supplies:
Paper--Recollections
Stamps--Purple Onion Designs "Ivy", Easter Eggs", and "Tree line"
Ink--Memento Tuxedo Black, Copic Multi-liner pen, Sakura white gel pen, Tumbled Glass Distress Ink, Prismacolor pencils and Gamsol
Tools--Lawn Fawn Puffy Cloud Borders dies

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful card. You always do such a great job with Stacy's images.

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  2. Another beautiful Card Tracy. Xxx

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  3. A fantastic little scene you have created here, love the cloud border die and how you have used it.
    Lorraine

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  4. Omgoodness, I adore this! I LOVE how you die cut the top of the panel with the cloud border, and love the dimension between the clouds and sky background. Super adorable images, too. You did a great job combining them all into one scene. Loving your prisma coloring, too. But then, I always love your coloring!

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  5. Oh it's gorgeous!! I love your colouring and the scene popped up is perfect!

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  6. Such a great card! You do great things with Purple Onions. I mean the stamps...I'm not familiar with your cooking! haha

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  7. ALL your Easter cards are fabulous but this one made me "EEEEEK!" outloud. I just LOVE this to pieces. The skyline is fabulous.

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