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Easter Egg and Bunny

Hi Everyone,

I made a bunch of Easter cards, after all its little more than one month and I need to send them out in time...


You see, they are all similar - using both the die cut and the negative, that I cut from a die cut egg. The cute bunnies got their yearly appearance - they are from Impression Obsession. the egg is by Lifestyle Crafts. The sentiment is by Papertrey.
And here are bigger photos from this set:



Linking up with
The Paper Players - die cutting
Die Cut Divas - animals
Happy Little Stampers - anything goes with dies

The Diva's that cut ....paper!

Comments

conil said…
Clever, clever, clever. Making it look like the bunny is shadowed on the egg is just so stinin' clever. Love each and every design. What an amazing mind you have.
Nora Noll said…
This is AMAZING!! So simple but would never have thought of doing this!! Beautiful design!!
Aileen said…
Cornelia, so simple so clever. Love this idea and look.
Amy Seigler said…
Awesome cards Cornelia! What a great way to make a bunch of cards! They are all stunning! Thanks for joining us at HLS Anything Goes with Dies!
papierelle said…
Ich muss schmunzeln über die Karte, so genial gemacht. Besonders die Letzte hat es mir angetan, sieht Hasi sich im Spiegel oder ist es sein Schatten???
Herrlich!!
Mac Mable said…
Such contemporary looking cards. Great use of the white against the kraft...one creative sets of cards x
Ruth said…
What a simple design that is so effective! You're so clever! It's classy and quick. The perfect card! Xx
*Vicki* said…
These are adorable! Such a clever idea to use both the negative and positive cute images for your design! :) Happy weekend!
Crystal Komara said…
What a neat concept using both the positive and negative images on these cards. But, I also like the neutral, simple color palette so the images really POP! Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players this week! Crystal
stampwithsandy said…
Aww these cards are so precious, Cornelia! I love the kraft paper with white, and also how you used both the positive and negative bunny die cuts. Thanks so much for playing along with my challenge this week at The Paper Players!
Bobby said…
These are so beautifully CAS, Cornelia. What a wonderful idea.
Dotty Jo said…
What a fabulous selection! Great CAS cards and so clever! Thanks for joining us at CWS for our March Challenge, Jo x
Darnell said…
Okay, stop. You are SO clever, Cornelia!! These are unique and out-of-this-world FUN!! Hugs, Darnell
Arlene said…
Omg, I love them all! So very cute.

So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas.
Lisa D said…
Such a simple concept but extraordinarily put together!
Kim Heggins said…
So stinkin' clever...just love your sweet bunny cards.
Rosmarie said…
So einfach und sooo schön!!
Anita in France said…
So cute ... and downright fun, Cornelia ... these bunnies are adorable in their negative and positive 'outfits'! Hugs, Anita :)
Susanne Vargas said…
Ach, was du immer für originelle Ideen hast (und dann beschwerst du dich, dass dein Mojo weg ist)! Die gefallen mir total gut!
Cindy C. said…
Wow these are gorgeous!! Great use of both positive and negative of the die cuts!! Thanks for playing with us at Die Cut Divas.
such cute card
thanks for joining us at HLS
Barb Housner (Dt)
Lilian said…
These cards are so cool! Thanks for linking one of them at Creative With Stamps!
Lilian
The Leaf Studio
Moosisk said…
I just LOVE your cards! So simple yet so creative! Thanks for the inspiration.
Katy said…
I love how you used these dies! These cards are so cool! :) Thank you for joining us at Creative with Stamps! :)
Monika Reeck said…
Hiyaaa the Bunny amd the silhouette inside the Eeg so cuutee
love all
great idea always Cornelia
I wish you have a great day and not so busy
see you soon maybe around Blogland
Miss you
Many thanks for joining with us at Creative With Stamp,
hugs
Monika
Susan Renshaw said…
Fab set of cards!
Thank you for sharing with Happy Little Stampers!
Susan
Calling All Crafters! – My personal Blog!
Daria said…
These are darling cards. Thank you for sharing them.
julrich said…
These cards are so cute! Thanks for sharing them with us.

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