Saturday, February 29, 2020

Hopping Around the World - Easter


Happy Leap Day stamping friends! How are you taking advantage of this extra day? I'm doing laundry, some cleaning and stamping. And I may be binge listening to some shows I've missed over the last few weeks. *smiles* Today's blog hop is highlighting the Easter holiday. We celebrate it by inviting our local family over the day before for brunch and an Easter egg hunt. Last year we filled and hid 250 250 filled eggs! It's a job, but Jack and his cousins love it! 



I decided to die cut a cross from the Cross of Hope Framelits and laid it on a piece of Whisper White card stock. I then inked the cluster of bold flowers from the Beautiful Bouquet set and stamped around and over it with Daffodil Delight. I repeated again with Pumpkin Pie and Poppy Parade inks layering them on top of one another. I then took the cross off and this was the result. Just lovely! I then sponged Granny Apple and Garden Green for the grass to help 'anchor' the cross and backed it with a piece of Basic Black card stock stock. I used a die from the Sale-A-Bration set, Lily Pad Dies to give the Whisper White card base a little dimension. The saying is from the Rustic Retreat set and I used the Everyday Label punch to punch it out. I wanted my card to be a simple reminder of this wonderful holiday! I hope you will continue to hop along to see what Easter inspiration Mo Rootes has for you from across the pond. Happy Stamping!




Hopping Around the World Design Team

Jennifer Downey - that's me!
Tanja Klingler-Selinger
Sheila Turner

7 comments:

  1. That is a great idea - using the flowers to create a negative image for the cross. He is risen - He is risen indeed!

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  2. It's such a lovely card! I like your idea of using the die cuts for the background. Really clever!

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  3. I love the technique.... And congrats. For not using a rabbit...

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  4. Such a simple idea Jennifer but so effective x

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  5. Beautiful card and your masked stamping is just genius! I love the background too. Thanks for sharing x

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  6. Awesome card! Great techniques

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