Monday, April 21, 2014

FCCB Challenge # 207--Easter


 Happy Monday and welcome to another Monday challenge!



Challenge #207 Easter or use a Bunny

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Good Morning!  I hope everyone had a lovely Easter!  Today's challenge was to make an Easter card, and I had this lovely digital stamp from Aurora Wings to use.  I sized it in my word processing program, printed it out on SU Whisper White, and colored with markers.  Then I fussy cut it out.



I was thinking of Charleston, Savannah, and New Orleans--the lovely wrought ironwork they have in those cities, and how gorgeous they look in the spring when everything is blooming.  So I decided to use my much neglected Ornamental Iron cartridge.  I cut this gate at 5.5" high.  There was a row of little square cutouts at the bottom which I trimmed off.  I layered it onto some yellow floral patterned paper and placed my image over it, but it looked too stark, so I added a layer of vellum cardstock.  It softened up the wrought iron and allowed the image to really pop.  Since glue shows through vellum, I attached it with brads.  I embossed Easter Wishes from PTI's Mega Mixed Messages on the vellum in black.

Please play along with us at FCCB this week!  Just make a project using Easter or a bunny and at least one Cricut cut and upload it to the Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog--that's all there is to it!  You could win $10 worth of digi images from Aurora Wings!

Thanks for dropping by today!  Have a wonderful week!

4 comments:

Liz O. said...

Your card is fantastic Amy! Love the Easter Iris. I miss visiting Charleston and Savannah, never been to NO though, but you are right the ironwork they have looks beautiful agains the blooming flowers. TFS your card, the inspiration behind it, and for visiting and leaving a comment!
Have a wonderful week!

Clare D. said...

I love this use of flowers with Ornamental Iron!

Chris said...

OMG gorgeous!! just beautiful, i love that gate under the vellum!!

Missy said...

This is so pretty Amy, that flower is lovely and I love the gate in the background!