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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

It seemed like a good idea at the time...

Making some Easter cards to send, let's see, I need about ten, no, more like fifteen or twenty. Maybe not such a good idea after all.



Here is a close up of one of the finished cards. Thanks for stopping by!



Supplies all Stampin' Up!
Rich Razzleberry, Whisper White, and Certainly Celery card stock. Cottage Vine Designer paper. Basic Black, Rich Razzleberry, and Certainly Celery Classic ink. Certainly Celery twill ribbon (ret) Stampin'Dimensionals to pop up the Flowers which I sponged with the ink. Stamps from the Fifth Avenue Floral and Abundant Hope sets.

11 comments:

scrappinmominky said...

Very pretty. I made EAster cards too but forgot to mail them before I left on vacation.

Tami said...

These are very pretty. Just got done making 110 handmade invites for my sisters wedding.

Kim Jensen said...

ROTFL! I love your post title! Very pretty cards... I love the shading on the flowers!

Dawn said...

this is so pretty! i LOVE your cards and the colors are beautiful!

Jennifer Schmidt said...

Wow, you've been busy! These are beautiful though!! Your coloring of the flowers is simply gorgeous.

Naomi said...

WOW!!! I'd say it was a very good idea! They are astonishing!!! LOVE THEM!!! Send me one...LOL! Gorgeous! I did that last Mother's Day, I decided I would honor all of my mom friends, and women in my family, well it ended up being over 20 cards, so I have had the 'good idea at the time' things too!

The Mama Monkey said...

LOL It was a great idea until you went over 10, right?! That was a lot of cutting for those flowers! The end product is amazing!!

gale said...

LOL! I did that before. ONCE. Never again. These look great-the coloring on the flowers is perfect.

Louise said...

these are so pretty, love the flower grouping and the colours are lovely.

Melinda said...

Love your Easter cards, Cathy! and I love how you decorated the blog too :)

Jenn Embry said...

I've done that before too.....amazing how fast it gets out of control, huh? Gorgeous cards. My mailbox would love to get one of those! ;)