Sunday, March 19, 2017

Eggstra Special Basket Bunch card


 Finally it's looking like spring is around the corner in Minnesota.  I actually went outside wearing a sweater today.  Yeah!  I came home with a spring in my step and the desire to head to the craft room and make something for Easter.  Actually, I have to admit that this is the third day in a row that I've spent crafting.  Yesterday a friend came and joined me and we had so much fun making Easter projects.  But, here's what I made today.
I have never made a shaker card.  When Stamp Ink Paper Challenge #90 said to make a shaker card, I decided this was the week I would do it.  Besides, I had just got the cutest little sequins in my order this week along with the Basket Bunch bundle.  I have been wanting this set, because I knew the grandkids would love playing with all these cute pieces to create their craft projects.  (That will happen Tuesday, but for today it was all for me.
I chose the layout from the Global Design Project this week, and the colors from Fab Friday 108.  This gave me the opportunity to open up the Cupcakes & Carousels DSP stack.  I added some of the fun sparkle ribbon I got free during SaleABration, and I have a wonderful Easter card.  It was really fast and fun to make.  The Framelits make it so fast to cut all the little pieces that make this card extra special.  Stampin Royalty's Challenge this week was to make something for spring, so I'll share this with them, too.  
Hope you like my card.  I have lots to share with you this week, so come back again.  Imagine the marvelous possibilities. 

Mary Alice    



3 comments:

  1. So sweet and fun! Love the colors used throughout and the shaker window with the bunny peeking out! Freaking Fantastic!!!

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  2. Very cute! What a fun sunny bunny, lol! Thanks so much for playing at Fab Friday!

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  3. Such a fun shaker card....congrats on getting the first one under your belt! :) You used our challenge colors so well for this Easter card; great balance with all of them and the patterns. Thanks for sharing at Fab Friday!

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