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My first Easter card....

Its kind of funny - there is still an impressive amount of snow here, but I really felt like making an Easter card today.....I love those retrosketches! This week is another pretty one to use! I first was contemplating a one layer card, but in the end I decided on some dimension....



I pulled out my CTMH sets for this card. I used two sets - Easter Wishes Holiday and A Hop. 


Popped up the eggs after fuzzy cutting them on foam tape. I also bent the sentiment. Liked it curved better than straight..... I hope you like it too!


I am also linking this card with Addicted to Stamps and More - Holiday Cards

Comments

Corinna said…
Hallo Cornelia,
erst dachte ich, da fehlt irgendwas, aber nee- die Karte ist cool!
Liebe Grüße,
Corinna
Di said…
Cute card Cornelia - and the bent sentiment works really well.

I did smile about UHU glue. We can get it here in the UK easily but I clearly remember using it when I lived in Germany. It's great stuff. Hugs

Di xx
Kristie Goulet said…
Super sweet card, Cornelia! Love your take on the sketch!
Cute! I really like that you popped up the eggs. I think it really adds to your card! Thanks for playing along at ATSM. :)
Radhika said…
Super cute card :)
Kim Heggins said…
What a wonderful card Cornelia! Love that adorable little Easter bunny but those eggs are so darn cute!
Nonni said…
Fun card, Cornelia! The popped up eggs and the curvy sentiment look great. Thanks for joining us at ATSM this week!
Hi Cornelia!
I'm so glad to have made this card with you!
Thanks so much for coming over for our stamping gathering!
Hugs, and until I see you again for some crafty fun!
-michele
Deborah Frings said…
I do like your take on the sketch! Love the bright Easter eggs! Thanks so much for playing along with ASM this week!
Kanan Pandya said…
Such a cute card, Cornelia. Love those colorful eggs and sweet bunny, great Easter card. :-)
Unknown said…
That is one simply yet so beautiful Easter card. The saying Simplicity is beauty goes pretty perfect on this. Just don't forget to include your warmest Easter messages on them and it would come out perfect!

Regards
Rasmi

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