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Stampin Dreams - Happy Easter

Amazing how time goes by so quickly, it wasn't long ago it was Christmas, then School started and before we know it Easter will be here! Have you started to prepare? 
I've taken advantage of this months Stampin Dreams Easter Theme to get ahead with some of my Easter preparations by creating this card:



The Picnic with You bundle was just perfect for creating the basket, not only is it stamped, but there is also a framelit that creates texture on the woven basket,just like an embossing folder, but a metal framelit- how kewl is that!

The eggs are created using the smallest plain oval form the Layering Oval framelits, and poked them into the basket, creating depth by adding dimensionals. Thoughtful Banners  stamp set and Duet Banner Punch came in handy for the banner for the sentiment, and don't you just love the effect of the Polka Dot Basics Textured Impressions Embossing Folder for the background, it's too cute!

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Comments

  1. STUNNING colour combo and I just LOVE, LOVE your basket of eggs.
    Cheers Shaz

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  2. Super cute idea, Sue! Love the basket of eggs & the layered banners. Thanks for joining in with the Stampin' Dreams March Blog Hop! xx

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  3. Great card Sue, I had no idea that the basket die embossed as well, you might have just sold it to me!!

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  4. Love your card, so so cute.

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  5. Love your basket of eggs Sue. Great Easter card. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Your little basket of eggs just screams "Easter"! Great idea to use the framelit to cut the eggs.

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  7. lovely card!! great use for the basket set!! how did i not think about that :)
    thanks for sharing!!!

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  8. Love you use of the Picnic with You bundle. Love the basket of eggs! Great idea!

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  9. Fantastic! Great use of the oval framelits for eggs.

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  10. Gorgeous card Sue....the basket looks fantastic

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  11. Just gorgeous and so very sweet Sue. Love the soft colour palette.

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  12. Super cute use of the picnic set! Lovely!

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  13. So cute and love your colours Sue x

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