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Friday, March 26, 2010

A Lawn Fawn Easter card...

Hi everyone! Well I promised that I'd be back with a card, and here it is! Woohoo!! I love stamping. Did you know that? :-)

I played with some cutie patootie stamps from a brand new company called Lawn Fawn - started by my friend Kelly Marie, who is just as sweet as can be! I decided the little bunny in Critters in the 'Burbs would make a cute Easter card. But then I didn't feel like using "traditional" Easter colors - so - this is what happened. My mojo has been nonexistent lately, and what I do in those situations is turn to challenges for inspiration, so this card is chock-full of them! I used Jen's latest SFYTT for the layout of the card. I also played a couple new (or at least new-to-me) challenges too - Lisa Johnson's Poppy Seed Challenge #2 (to use polka dots, buttons and light moss) and also the Oh, Alice "Chapter 6" challenge, to use printed text. (This challenge may not actually be live until tomorrow - see it in Reader but not on the actual blog! Will update this tomorrow with the correct link.) I am in love with this Oh, Alice challenge blog by the way - a different Alice in Wonderland-inspired theme each week! Too fun!!

I was going to add more details & a card recipe, but Miss Courtney is pulling on my leg so I better post this and go! Thanks for stopping by today!


  1. Cute, cute, CUTE!! Love your take on the SFYTT!

  2. Great job combining all those challenges into one!

  3. Wow!!! Super adorable, love the colors and the fun layering!

  4. Adorable! Way to rock the challenges! Love the ric rac and all the fun details.

  5. This is too cute, and way to nail those challenges!!

  6. OH wow, this is amazing!! Great job on the sketch and I love your little thread bows on the side. :)

  7. GREAT Card Libby, I love all the different papers and elements, so cute!


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