Thursday, March 18, 2010
Sweet Treats Thursday - Easter layout
Happy Sweet Treats Thursday bloggies!! This week's theme at Cuttlebug Challenge is Easter. Make sure to bunny hop on over to Cuttlebug Challenge Blog and enter to win the Heritage cartridge!! Also while you are there check out the great projects my fellow design team members have created to give you inspiration!
I had some Easter pictures I hadn't scrapbooked yet so I decided to do an EASTER 2 PAGE LAYOUT for my project. The cut file cuts all the embellishments and title for you however you will have to decorate your own eggs!
Supplies used -
Cricut cartridges: Stretch Your Imagination, My Community, George, Everyday Paperdolls, Lyrical Letters, From My Kitchen
Paper: DCWV Spring Glitter Stack, Prism
Cuttlebug and various embossing folders
I did some stitching on the title letters. I ran the eggs through the Cuttlebug in various folders and then decorated with gel pens. I added crystals to the flowers for some sparkle. For the bunny I cut it 3 times, with one layer having the hide contour feature being used so I could color where his eyes needed to be. I flocked one layer by running it through my Xyron upside down and then applying white flock. I added glue and used pink flock for his ear. His tail was cut from the last layer and flocked with pink also. For his cheeks I dabbed my finger on a Rouge Cat Eye Chalk Ink pad and patted on his cheeks.
Here you can see more details of the tree, rabbit and eggs. I hope you enjoyed this weeks project as much as I enjoyed putting it all together! Until next time....HAPPY SCRAPPIN!
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Oh Okie, that turned out fabulous! The eggs are perfect!ReplyDelete
This is such a great layout!! I just love it!ReplyDelete
What a fun Easter page! I love it and have an egg hunt in neighborhood coming up and hoping grandkids are coming over to it:)ReplyDelete
I love all the detail work you did, very nice. I'll be scraplifting this one, but probably without so much detail. Thanks for sharing, DallasReplyDelete
what a beautiful layout!ReplyDelete
Love the layout! The eggs are spectacular, Okie!ReplyDelete
I recently used your adjustable scallop circle and gave you a "shout-out" and link on my blog. If you're interested in checking it out, here's the link . . . http://gator-4-life.blogspot.com/2010/03/minnie-mouse-1st-birthday.html
Thank you for so graciously sharing your cut files and being such an inspiration to your fellow crafters!
Awesome LO!!! Love all the egg details.ReplyDelete
Wonderful layout!! Love all the detail work you did to the bunny! The eggs are great and so is the tree with the jeweled flowers!! :)ReplyDelete
Love the LO! The bunny is perfect, and the eggs are gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave.com in the Cutting category today [18 Mar 12:15pm GMT]. Thanks, MariaReplyDelete
I love the eggs what a clever idea..ReplyDelete
This is adorable. I love it!ReplyDelete
WOW! I wish my LO's came out as nice as yours. Hugs, ~C~ReplyDelete
I LOVE this layout! TFSReplyDelete
Absolutely gorgeous layout. I love the eggs, the tree looks fantastic, the lettering...I just love the whole thing. Thank you so much for sharingReplyDelete
Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Easter post on Mar. 18, 2010. Thanks again.ReplyDelete
I love this LO everything is beautiful TFSReplyDelete
Absolutely adorable Okie! Love your Easter layout!ReplyDelete
-Kate716 (from the cricut mb)
I love this layout. The detail on the eggs is great. Can you share the technique for how you did these? Thanks so much for sharing.ReplyDelete
Love this layout. I like the eggs especially.ReplyDelete
Very Pretty! I have got to try to scraplift this. TFSReplyDelete
Those are the cutest eggs I think I've seen! I am going to have to scraplift this idea for the baby's Easter page! I love it!ReplyDelete
I am in awe of your work. I am a very new beginner to the scrapping world. I follow a couple of blogs (as a matter of fact I found yours through a link on the pink Stamper site ). I don't have you guys creativity or talent but I am a single mother of a 2 yr old little prince and I feel the urge to try and chronicle his life through scrapbooks. I hope that if I continue to follow people like you maybe one day I could look at a stack of blank paper and see what u guys see. but for now I will be borrowing your ideas. I would have sat all day staring at my patterned paper and would never have seen to put those scraps together like you did. its so frustrating to me, but I'm not giving up!ReplyDelete