Saturday, March 1, 2008

Easy Easter

I just spent a few hours in my stamping room making some Easter cards to sell at a sale at my church. I want them to be pretty cards that people will be inspired to buy - but I would like them to be quick to reproduce so that I can make a lot of them in a short time.

So I thought I'd share my cards with you. Each one uses the same cute stamp from Rubbernecker but with different colors of card stock or shapes or designer papers. Just changing one thing can make a card look completely different even with the same stamp!

Here are some other versions of the card above.







Stamps: Bunny & Carrots-Rubbernecker, Easter Blessings- Rubber Soul

Paper: White PapertreyInk, Cameo Coral, Bashful Blue, Certainly Celery, Apricot Appeal, Wild Wasabi, DP: Basic Grey-Two Scoops.

Supplies: Cuttlebug Folder, nestabilities ovals, dimensionals, Prismacolor markers.
Here are two versions of another Easter Card I made with these cute bunny bottoms again from Rubbernecker stamps. I used liquid applique on their tails so they are puffed up like fur! The panels are up on dimensionals. I colored in the image with my Prismacolor markers.





Stamps: Bunny Bottoms - Rubbernecker
Paper: Cameo Coral, Certainly Celery, DP: Basic Grey Two Scoops
Supplies: Liquid Applique, heat gun, dimensionals, Martha Stewart edge punch, Prismacolor markers.


So I got 6 cards done in a relatively short amount of time and I think they are all really cute! Thanks for checking out my blog today - hope these inspire you to make some multiple cards yourself - just changing one or two of the elements so they work up fast!
Have a great rest of your Saturday - tonight hubby and I are going out to eat and then to a local Symphony with some friends so I had to get my stamping in early!

1 comment:

palparis said...

Julia,
Those cards are just adorable!! It is amazing how changing one item will giva a card a new look. Love those cotton tails!
Elizabeth