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Saturday, 17 March 2012

My first Easel card for midway DT post for Unstampabelles


Hello lovely bloggers,

Here is my my very first Easel card all thanks to Sandra 
(who sent me special instructions how to make it).
I have made this for the midway DT post for 
Unstampabelles monthly challenge 
the theme this month being Easter... bonus entry for extra folds.
Remember no rubber stamps or digital images but quilling, decoupage, stickers can be used.

Fabulous prizes to be won... check it out!


Supplies:

Base card stock - vanilla
Mulberry paper - kind courtesy Leigh
Designer paper - from Terry's blog candy
Bunnies - kind courtesy Sandra
Daisies - from stash
Sentiment - hand written

Hope you like my first Easel card! I was pretty happy with it. Thank you so much, Sandra.

Hugs,

Monica

13 comments:

Mihaela said...

So pretty card!!!

Loraine Arderne said...

Oh Monica well done! Your card is gorgeous.......

Elaine said...

Fantastic card Monica I love it hugs Elaine

McCrafty's Cards said...

fabulous easel card Monica, I like the papers and the bunnies.
Kevin xx

Rose Petal said...

Hello Monica. This is so very beautiful. Gorgeous papers and delicate colours. Love all the detail, I just knew you could do it. So proud of you my friend.
Lots of love, Sandra xxx

Helen said...

beautiful!

Maria@Crafty Cre8tions said...

These are fun cards to make and you made a beauty! Love the pp you used!! Fun flowers too!

Andrea said...

Hi Monica
This is such a pretty easel card.
Love, Andrea xx

Merry said...

I do think this is so pretty and I love those little bunnies all in a row.

Rae said...

Such a sweet card! I also love the easel card, and while I found it easy enough to make, I haven't made any more lately. See? Another project on my "to do" list... :)

jimlynn said...

Monica, this is so adorable and a fabulous easel card!!! Love the colors and of course the little rabbits too!
So very pretty.
Lynn

JanR said...

Again, congrats on your first easel card!

Karin said...

This turned out so well! I love being able to see the inside of easel cards...Great colors for spring and the bunnies & flowers are darling!