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More Easter cards for 7 Days 7 Sketches

Hi,

I wanted to play with the next sketches at Mel's blog Kreativsuechtig - the graphic is below. As you can see I am on an Easter card trip - its in 4 weeks!
This card I made for day 2 of the challenge:


Materials - egg dies: Quickutz, bunny die: IO, impression plate and sentiment: Papertrey


this card I am linking up with Time out challenge
Virginia's view - all things embossed (dry embossed background)
Snippets Playground - add a snippet (many here and on my card below...)


Frame Collage Funky Bright Home Decor Upcycled Vintage Frames Hollywood Regency Apartment Decor Quirky Decor   March Challenge: All Things Embossed

Day 2 sketch                                    Day 3 sketch


And here is my card for day 3 of the challenge:


Materials - egg dies: Quickutz, bunny die: IO, tiny Polaroid die: Papertrey, sentiment - no idea, unlabeled stamp


This card I am linking with The Challenge going with the colors, obviously
Inkspirational - sprinkle



There will be more Easter cards coming....Happy stamping!

Comments

Kreativsüchtig said…
Wie klasse! Das Ei für den dritten Sketch ist ja wohl auch der Hit - super Idee!!
GLG!!
Kim M said…
Love your card, Cornelia! I especially love the first one. The layered eggs in the bright colour are fabulous. Especially against that scored white background. Just perfect! :-)
cm said…
Happy, happy everything indeed, Cornelia! Your bunnies on the eggs and in the frames are just darling! Brilliant take on the challenges! Four weeks until Easter? Time's flying!
Hugs~c
Chris Dring said…
What fantastic Easter cards! Love the bright colors on the first, and the poloroid bunnies on the second!
Deepti said…
These are so cool! I love the way you incorporated the frames as eggs on ur first card :)
sandie said…
what a great take on our photo, I like you took the idea of the xoloured frames and made them eggs and what a very cool EF. Thanks for joining Time Out. And the sweet l bunnies on the grey base really pop, thanks for joining Ink
Vicki Dutcher said…
So fun! I adore that first card, colors and egg shapes~
papierelle said…
Suuuuper!!! Mir gefallen beide Osterkarten richtig gut!!!
LG Gundi
papierelle said…
Suuuuper!!! Mir gefallen beide Osterkarten richtig gut!!!
LG Gundi
Suchi said…
LOVE LOVE LOVE this cute card!! <3
Kara Lynne said…
Wonderful Easter cards! I love the layered colorful eggs and the design of both cards!
Kim Heggins said…
OH MY GOODNESS....love these cards! Just so fun. I love your polaroid bunny card, so sweet. Thank you so much for playing along with us at The Challenge.
Di said…
Fantastic Cornelia! I just love how you made the Easter egg shapes look like frames!

Hugs

Di xx
FUN Cornelia!!! love the design, so FRESH!!! Thanks so much for joining us at The Challenge!!!!
Jean said…
I love the card with the coloured eggs and cute little bunny. Fabulous design.
Jean x
Nance said…
Gorgeous cards! Polaroid bunnies look like he was "caught in the garden"! lol Thanks for playing The Challenge!
Anita in France said…
These are both fabulous, Cornelia ... those polaroid bunnies are so sweet! Love the layered eggs with that cute silhouette bunny ... that background is so cool ... brilliant take on the inspiration! Always happy to have you playing along with us at Time Out! Anita :)
Monika Reeck said…
that challenge is from german lady
i wish I can join them
but you are a faster card maker you made an adorable easter card and so sweet using that Time out color combo
I was struggle which Image I want to use for that photo inspiration
but it seems easy for you..
clever cards both...
Lee Ann Barrett said…
Love those polaroid bunnies, Cornelia! How fun, framing them on an oversized egg! The splatters are the perfect finishing touch on your card. Thanks so much for sharing with us at The Challenge!
Rosmarie said…
Die beiden sind ja wieder mal irre schön!! Hab auch schon mit den Osterkarten angefangen, muß "nur" noch die Posts schreiben um sie zu zeigen :))
Luckysmom said…
Such a cute idea to layer the eggs and the bunny is adorable.
MaryH said…
Hi Cornelia, Came in to congratulate you on the prize win at the Snippets Playground, and enjoyed seeing those bright CAS Easter cards. That bunny perched on the dimensional background, with his colorful eggs matted behind him, is just so pretty. Sure enjoyed seeing your latest works, and sorry I've not been by more often. Take care, & TFS (Still using your light box suggestions too! Works great).

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