Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Remnants of Easter

Linda Vich Creates: Remnants of EasterHi Everyone! Hope you all had a good Easter. We had a great day!

Courtney, Steffan and Raine had been out at Lee River for the weekend but arrived in the early afternoon on Sunday. Raine had slept a bit in the car but not as long as her nap would have been so she was a little out of sorts for awhile.

My husband picked up my mother to bring her over. At first, Raine was scared of her but by the end of the evening, she had given her THREE hugs–unheard of before this!

I tried rather unsuccessfully to get some good pictures of Raine in her fancy Easter dress but she was not happy to be in it and generally let me know that! I did manage three cute shots, even though the backgrounds are not great.

Linda Vich Creates: Remnants of EasterLinda Vich Creates: Remnants of Easter

Linda Vich Creates: Remnants of Easter


We had a nice dinner and then everyone left and it was quiet once again!

I have my Easter projects to show you today.

Linda Vich Creates: Remnants of Easter



The first card is the one that I made for my mother. It was CASEd from this card. I loved this on sight because of the shabby chic style.

I enjoyed coloring the Whisper White Seam Binding to match my project by using a few drops of Rich Razzleberry reinker with Rubbing Alcohol and then spraying the ribbon with my Stampin' Spritzer.

I also enjoyed using the Simply Pressed clay to create the little roses. I worked a few drops of either Coastal Cabana or Rich Razzleberry into the clay before placing it in the molds.

Besides the items listed below, I used the now retired En Française stamp, Regal Rose ribbon, a leaf punch from Michaels, and the bunny was cut from a Silhouette file using my Silhouette.

Linda Vich Creates: Remnants of Easter

Linda Vich Creates: Remnants of Easter

Linda Vich Creates: Remnants of Easter




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Linda Vich Creates: Remnants of Easter

This next card was for my daughter. It was cased from this card. Everything I used is still available with the exception of the paper from the Best Year Ever which was in the Sale-a-Bration catalog.

It was fun to use my Blendabilities to color the little bunny! I will miss these markers when they eventually dry out.

Linda Vich Creates: Remnants of Easter


Linda Vich Creates: Remnants of Easter

Linda Vich Creates: Remnants of Easter



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For my granddaughter, I CASEd this cute little bunny created with the Curvy Keepsakes Die. I filled the bunny with miniature Cadbury eggs. The only thing that I used not listed below is the now retired Pretty In Pink card stock.
Linda Vich Creates: Remnants of Easter


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Lastly, I made little treat baskets for my mother and daughter that were CASEd from this basket. I placed EOS lip balms in each basket, matched to the paper colors. The "grass" was created by first crimping card stock and then cutting it with Fringe Scissors.

Linda Vich Creates: Remnants of Easter

Linda Vich Creates: Remnants of Easter


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I hope you have enjoyed viewing my Easter projects! Now, on with Spring!




2 comments:

Michelle Long said...

Oh, Linda, you have so many adorable projects here! I'm a bit behind going to all of my favorite blogs and I was delighted to find your beautiful creations today!

Linda Vich said...

Thank you, Michelle! Always nice to hear from you.