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Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Bright Cheerful Easter Card

Hello My Crafty Blog Friends and Visitors

How is your week going? Today we will be on our way back from a short break in Bath. Our anniversary was yesterday and we treated ourselves to a couple of nights away. Sometimes you just have to.

In the weeks leading up to Easter I made quite a few things. I am sharing a bright cheerful Easter card I made mostly with dies from John Next Door.


The background was made with the kitchen roll I used to clean up when I was using some Pixie Powders. You let it dry, then you split the sheets and then glue the sheets to some card. I also used the corner dies from the Sandwich box set to make the lattice. 


I stamped the big Daisy stamp onto Neenah card with Memento ink then I die cut them with the Gerbera flowers die. This is just brilliant you get six different sized flowers in one go. I put some Pixie Powders on my craft mat with a little water and I used this to paint the flowers. 


This is a Sue Wilson die. I have used it a lot this year it fits into really tiny spaces. 


I hope you like this card I really enjoyed making it. I think I will be using these dies a lot. 

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Hugs Jackie

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32 comments:

  1. Stunning card Jackie, love your colourful flowers, so beautiful.
    Sounds like you had a great time in Bath. xx

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  2. Happy Anniversary.....hope you had a lovely time in Bath! Your card is beautiful, love the flowers......just the thing to brighten this dull, dreary day x

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  3. That's stunning Jackie, beautiful colours. Creative Blessings, Tracy x

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  4. Wow, this is so pretty Jackie, beautiful xx

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  5. This is gorgeous, love the colours and the beautiful flowers.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  6. What lovely flowers and lovely the backing die

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  7. Great layer of die cuts, love your flowers

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  8. Beautiful card, Jackie, the flowers are gorgeous and I love the background you've created. Happy belated anniversary, I hope you had a lovely break in Bath. We live about 30 minutes drive away, it's a lovely city with lots to see and do. xx

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  9. Beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing this with us at Creative Inspirations. Good luck!
    Rene

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  10. Love that kitchen roll technique - not come across that one before, thanks for sharing, will give it a try!
    Beautiful colours you have used for the flowers, certainly Bright and cheery! Absolutely beautiful!
    xx

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  11. This is lovely. Happy Anniversary to you!

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  12. The kitchen roll technique is great I have used it before and die cut it. Love the colourful flowers xx

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  13. A beautiful Easter card Jackie, I love your flowers they’re gorgeous. I’ve not heard of the kitchen towel technique, it’s brilliant!
    A belated Happy Anniversary to you, Bath is a wonderful place to visit.
    Janice x

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  14. Love these bold flowers :-)

    Happy anniversary - I love Bath x

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  15. Beautiful card! Love the sandwich corner die! Wonderful design! Thanks for sharing it with us at Lil Patch of Crafty Friends!
    Sandy DT

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  16. Beautiful card, lovely colours x

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  17. Such a beautiful creation Jackie, love it !
    And I see here more stunning cards on your blog.
    Karin
    DT Beccy's Place

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  18. Such lovely floral detail Jackie. A fabulous card. Happy Anniversary to you both!
    Laine
    x

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  19. A gorgeous card Jackie. Lovely design and colours xx

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  20. What a gorgeous Easter Card! I love all those colorful flowers!

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  21. Great project thanks for joining in at Crafting by Designs

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  22. Lovely way of using the flowers.
    Thank you for joining Creative Moments.
    Hope to see you again.
    Hugs from Africa!
    Olga

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  23. So bright and cheerful, love how you've used the stamps and dies :) Hugs - Debs x

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  24. Absolutely gorgeous...Thanks for joining us at Fab’n’Funky :)
    Wendy x

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  25. Adorable vibrant blooms Jackie! Shabneez x

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