|Image from Mo's Digital Pencil|
|Easter Basket Stamp from Penny Black Slapsticks Stamps|
|Swallowtail Butterfly Lever Card from SVG Cuts|
|All Designs and Subway Art from Cutting Cafe|
Next, I used a card from the Silhouette America Store. I resized it and then I used papers from the Authentique Journey collection. Used my copics again for the coloring.
On the next card, I used papers from several different My Mind's Eye Lost & Found collections--Market Street, Madison Avenue and Breeze. Love those little 6x6 pads. It is such fun to make some of the cards from SVG Cuts. I particularly love the Edisto Island collection.
For the last card in this group, I used all files from The Cutting Cafe and just separated them with Gimp software and saved as individual JPEG files. Then I was able to make them the size that I wanted and to add and offset so they would cut with the Cameo. Also used the print and cut feature on the Cameo which I really love.
|Easter Baskets for the Grandkids|
I am so embarrassed about these baskets. I saw this basket idea on one of the blogs that I follow and, now that I want to post the photo, I cannot find whose blog it was. So sorry. I actually took an egg shape from one of my Cutting Cafe files and resized it and then traced it. Had to do a lot of erasing and cutting and drawing to get what I wanted and here it is. Papers are all Coordinations and I also used a lot of the Cutting Cafe files for the images on the baskets. All labels and candy bar wrappers are a Free Printable from Angela at Anything But Perfect. She has such awesome designs and freebies. Love them.
And now, I have just one more card (not Easter related).
|Birthday Card for Son|
Now that is it for this long post. Next post will be after our trip to Delaware Seashore State Park and the first of many trips to complete our Bucket List.
Happy day to all and happy crafting.