Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Hoppy Easter

Hi and welcome to a late night post to announce the latest challenge over at Addicted to Stamps and More. This week is our challenge is -

MAKE YOUR MARK

So anything that you can use to make a mark, inks, w/c pens, stamping, embossing, pretty much free rein!
Here's my DT inspiration card for you.


Don't you just love this cute Easter Bunny on a Pogo stick!
The stamp is from LOTV, discontinued I believe. I checked their site and they have discontinued quite a few since I got their catalogue from a friend. I suppose they can't carry all their stamps and keep launching new ones! He was jumping over the eggs on the original image but to make this design work I cut him off and put him slightly to the left of the eggs.
I coloured the eggs and bunny with Copics, picking up the colours from the DP in the aperture. The front panel was embossed with a free EF after cutting an oval. The eggs and bunny were glued flat and the embossed panel popped up on foam pads.

This week we are sponsored by


who are offering 4 digis from their shop to the winner.
Pop over to see what inspiration the rest of the DT have for you and join in.


I would like to join in the fun at -

(look like Cadbury's Mini eggs to me!)
Without Words - The Bunny is coming/ Easter
Simply Create Too - Easter or Bunnies


22 comments:

  1. So sweet and beautiful colouring! Thank you for sharing at the Curtain Call!

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  2. Julie, this is adorable!!! Love that boingy little bunny and now I am wishing that I had a pogo stick. On second thought, I'd probably wind up with a broken bone or two...

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  3. I hope he doesn't smash those eggs! Great design and suoerb colouring x

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  4. What a brilliant design Jules and an adorable little chap too. Hope he's had his health and safety training for that pogo stick!! xx

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  5. Darling! Love the embossed BG and negative use of space. Thanks for joining us at The Curtain Call.

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  6. An absolutely darling card, with embossing and colouring that has me blown away in awe! Beautiful!!
    Hugs~c

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  7. Super cute card Julie. Love the sweet images and the coloring. The dry embossing looks very pretty on the white panel. Thank you for playing along with us at the Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge.

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  8. Adorable card, Julie! Fabulous embossing and layout, love all the little details.

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  9. WOW! This is really GORGEOUS, Julie! I love how you created such a cute Easter scene and the flowers inside the aperture are so pretty! Love it to pieces!

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  10. Your Easter card is so pretty. I like the oval die cut revealing pretty paper and the bunny is so, so cute. Lovely work.

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  11. I love this cute LOTV image Julie and you've worked your magic on it.
    Great card. Sarah x

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  12. This is such a sweet and beautiful card. Love the cutout bunny framing the oval of flowers. Fabulous coloring, too. Perfect.

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  13. Adorable card Julie and I love the cute rabbit:) xx

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  14. Such a cute and a happy card :)

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  15. What a happy Easter card this is! Love the colors against the white. :)

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  16. This is so cute Julie! I love the LOTV images and your fabulous design!!
    Hugs, Tammy

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  17. Such a sweet card Julie!! Really love that darling bunny and your window design too!! Beautiful job with the coloring!! :)

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  18. What a lovely eastercard Julie. I love the colours you've used. Thank you for joining us at Addicted to Stamps.
    Greetings Miranda

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  19. What a brilliant card Julie, the embossing and the oval die cut go together so well, an excellent Easter card.

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  20. Super cute!! Love the embossed background!!!

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  21. I LOVE this, Julie. LOTV stamps are gorgeous, not seen this one before, it's so adorable. Such a lovely 'springy' feel in more ways than one! xx

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