Monday, March 16, 2015

Happy Spring!

Hi there! I have a quick card to share on this beautiful Monday! I saw this fabulous challenge from Curtain Call and HAD to play along, Reverse Confetti just released some stamps that are PERFECT for this challenge!




So I don't have jellybeans, but I have these adorable eggs I created instead! They have the same mottled pattern as the jellybeans so I'm calling it a win, lol! I created the eggs by spraying three pieces of watercolor paper with different colored Distress Ink Sprays. I picked the pattern I liked and, using the More than Jellybeans Confetti Cuts, cut out my eggs!


Next, I took some pinking shears and cut the tops off the eggs. I cut out the chicks from The Tweet Life with the Tweet Life Confetti Cuts, stamped them, and colored them. I positioned them behind the egg to look like they were hatching:) 


The "Happy Spring" is from one the Spring Fling Quick Card Panels. I cut the grass off the QCP so I could extend the panel. I used my pinking shears again to cut the grass from the bottom of the QCP. To finish it up, I stamped the "tweet" along the top and right side and added a bit of the ribbon banner from the Double Banner Garland Confetti Cuts. I love this negative banner die, it's so fun!



Thanks for stopping by today, hope you have a great week!





5 comments:

Lisa H. said...

Ohmygoodnessthisiscute. I couldn't get here fast enough to tell you how adorable this is!!! Love it, Amber!

Joan Smith said...

OMG AWWWWWWW so cute!!! You really came up with so many outstanding clever and creative ideas with your stamps, dies and glitters OMG just so cute!!
GIRL YOU so ROCK!! your post
made my day!!

Kathy said...

What a great idea to use a pinking shears to cut the egg for those hatching birdies! Also love the sprayed eggshells. Fun, colorful, cute all over! And, oh, that banner cuteness.... :)

Karen King said...

Those chicks are so cute hatching out of their eggs! Great idea with the pinking shears!

Tracey McNeely said...

Amber this is so sweet, love the technique! Thank you for sharing at the Curtain Call!