Monday, March 30, 2009

The Pink Elephant!

We were challenged this week to make an Easter card, and this is what I came up with. I have had these Easter stickers for a while and decided to pull them out.

I have been itching to try some of these cool scoring ideas going around and I scored to my hearts content on this card. I scored each line at 1/4" and made this wonderful bg. I also took some green cardtock and folded it, cutting it at intervals to make the grass, then adhered the stickers to the card.
I want to thank everyone who left all the wonderful ideas for my son's birthday. Thank you so much for joining in and helping me come up with some ideas. We have decided to do a treasure hunt. I also wanted to mention that I have posted the winner for the blog candy, please scroll down for the winners name.











15 comments:

LORI said...

Wow Angela, he is a darling little funny bunny!! Love your BG too!

Ann said...

oh wow love the dancing bunny - so cute. That grass is very effective too - must remember that.

Ann xxx

shellpole said...

Did you use your scorpal?

I would be so challenged with an Easter card! They are not big in Australia and I don't have much that would get me around such a challenge....Nice to see what you do with it though :)

JazzyH said...

Very cute! Was that a die for the bunny.

Dawn said...

This is so cute. I love the scored background. It goes so well with your bunny. Great job.

~Lori (loree2000 SCS) said...

Great job on the BG! The bunny is too cute!! Love the added grass!

Joanne Travis said...

What a delightful design, I love this!!

Trudi said...

So cute Angela love the scoring you did

Samantha said...

That is a seriously adorable card! I love the scoring technique you used on the background. Very cool!

itsabrt said...

This card is great, I love the lawn! Beth aka BR-T

Robin said...

Great card! The stickers are so cute and the scored background is very cool!!

Martha said...

what a cute bunny, great card.

Karen said...

Great scored background! Fun cut grass and look at those bunny teeth...too cute! :>

Deb said...

LOve the background. Was a scorpal used? He is really a cute bunny. Gives me an idea for my grandbabies.

Elizabeth said...

Very cute!

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