Do you love Easter colors? The pastels, the bright pinks, and greens? Don't forget the color "Chocolate"! I tried to capture the true colors of Easter in the Easter cards I made shown below.
My sentiments exactly! May all of your chocolate be solid! I thought this chocolate bunny surrounded by chocolate eggs all nestled together in a basket was such a sweet card. Perfect for the chocolate lover in your life.
How about an Easter Egg and Peep Wreath?! I created some interest on the background and used that beautiful bright pink so the wreath would pop! "Wishing you the blessings of . . . Easter. The blessings being, hope and love from the celebration of the resurrection of our Saviour Jesus Christ. What a time of fun, but also of rejoicing!
Hello Spring! It cannot get here fast enough. This winter is going to carry on for some time. Whenever I see the daffodils pop up out of the snow, I know that spring is on its way! will be here soon. I planted this sweet daffodil in a pretty basket and added a beautiful butterfly.
This card is one of my faves! Simple, and squarish instead of rectangle. The simple flower stamp is perfect for this card and I colored the flowers and leaves to bring the spring in. The grass is die cut and gives a 3D effect. That chocolate bunny hiding in the grass makes me smile. Happy Spring!
I told you I loved this paper! I had to make one more card out of it. I used the ornate cut out and the daisy die again, but this time I added two daisies and a different sentiment. The gift of Hope that comes with Easter. Did I tell you I love this paper?
And. . . another favorite created in a different way:
The Easter wreath! This time with Easter eggs, flowers and a chocolate bunny. I also created the wreath itself with a beautiful glimmer paper so that it would stand out. The background of the card is so fun and festive!
I hope you enjoyed my Easter cards. I sell these on my Facebook page for now. Going there to put them on it now. I'm still working on my Etsy Shop as well. Trying to set it up just right before I open it. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about my cards. I would love to hear from you and share all about them.