poppystamps Happy Easter Curve, Elegant Easter Lily, Ring Collage, Easter Egg Party and Tomei Branch dies…

Hello! Here’s the card I used the leftover watercolor piece from yesterday’s card on.  I embossed the Ring Collage die in the watercolor background by running it through the Big Shot with the Multi Purpose Platform on Tab 1, a tan mat, the cutting plates and a couple card-stock shims.

I’ve been thinking about this background and I’m pretty sure I used Mowed Lawn, Peacock Feathers and Peeled Paint for the watercoloring. I didn’t use this piece for what I originally wanted because I didn’t like the Peeled Paint in there but I don’t mind it for this card.  Tip: don’t throw anything away. lol

I like the Lilly as a silhouette in white!  The other card-stock colors are Memory Box A-2 Notecards.

Another close up.  The spatters are the same distress inks I used for the background, use less water for darker spatters.

Linking up to…
The Flower Challenge – Anything Goes


CAS Watercolor Challenge – Spring

Stampin’ Royalty – Spring

The next card is a little more whimsical…

Here I used the new Easter Egg Party and Tomei Branch dies. I die cut them in white and colored with Copics. The rectangles are cut with the Rectangle Basics die set.

An ink blended background with some spatters everywhere!  And I mean everywhere…how do they get on my glasses and the floor?! ugh

Some of those sweet little sequins and a few gel pen white dots to finish it off.

Oh and a sweet happy easter greeting from the Easter Excitement Clear stamp set, inked in black.

The white Floral Dotted Border die on the pink card is this one HERE

Linking to….
Addicted to Stamps and More Challenge – Holiday
Scrapyland Challenge – Favorite Holiday (poppystamps)
Time Out Challenges – #79 CASE

Links below to the products I used….thanks for stopping by again!

P.S. Starlitstudio.net has Distress Oxide inks and refills in stock HERE and HERE if you’re looking for them! hehe

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26 thoughts on “poppystamps Happy Easter Curve, Elegant Easter Lily, Ring Collage, Easter Egg Party and Tomei Branch dies…

  1. It’s always a good tip to never throw things away… that may be salvageable!!! (You’ve got to draw the line somewhere, Pam). Finding them’s another matter entirely!
    Your hanging Easter eggs are so cute!
    Happy Friday. X

  2. Such beautiful Easter cards – I am loving this color combo!! And the hanging eggs~!!!~ a hatchingly brilliant card Pam!!! 😉

  3. I love whimsy – so the Easter Egg branch caught my eye – how cute. I think I have just about everything to “try” and make my own. I’m loving your background that you did not throw away.

  4. Love both of these! Thought I liked the first one better until I scrolled down & found the second card! Wow! These are just darling! Soft, spring-like and perfect for Easter!

  5. Love both of your cards but especially like the blue and green card.Glad you saved the background which is so effective on the first card. the second one is so cute and happy. Really love it, too. Keep all those new cards coming’!! Great inspiration, Pam!

  6. Wow! Love the colors on your first card and the way you embossed with the die. I must get a tan mat. Why don’t I have one? And that flower border on the pink card — LOVE! And, oh my, the Easter egg tree! So much fun here today! My splatters wind up everywhere, too, including my glasses. I should use a drop cloth… but it might be hard to see if I put a drop cloth over my face. Oh, and BTW, you are way too much an enabler, you know.

  7. These are both amazing!! I love your watercolored background on the first one! That’s so pretty! And then those adorable little colored Easter eggs on the second one are the cutest! I want those eggs now 😉

  8. Oh my!!! love the embossing on that gorgeous water color splash background!! I didn’t know you can emboss with dies, I must investigate, your card for THE FLOWER CHALLENGE is just so beautiful and stylish, love it!!!
    The second card is just so sweet with the adorable little Easter eggs in those pretty Spring colors.
    Thank you for sharing with us at THE FLOWER CHALLENGE, hope you play again next time.
    Hugs,
    Maria Rodriguez.DT

  9. Wonderful fresh colours on your first card – perfect for spring, as is the Easter lily die cut. Love the embossed pattern and in-laid sentiment. Thanks for joining us at CAS Watercolour.

    p.s. Love your Easter egg card too! Such fun!

  10. Your background is perfect for this pretty Easter card, Pam! I love your little Easter eggs too! They are just adorable! You really need to stop enabling me now! Thanks for sharing with us again at CAS Watercolour!

  11. Two wonderful cards Pam. Love the sweet branch with the Easter eggs … so fun and bright.

    Your watercoloured card is really beautiful. Love the look of the watercoloured background with embossing … adds so much depth and texture. Thanks so much for sharing with us at CAS Watercolour!

  12. I remember hanging eggs from a tree when my kids were little. Yours are so soft and pretty, Pam. I get the splatter thing. 😉 Thanks for sharing your card with us at ATSM.

  13. A duo of beautiful Easter cards! I think the peeled paint is ever so pretty in your first card, especially paired with the blues! Lovely background for your diecut lily! Your eggs tree: oh my stars! Such fun!
    So thrilled you shared your creativity in the Addicted to Stamps and More gallery!
    ~carol

  14. These are both so gorgeous!! I love the colors and texture of the first one!! The eggs are fabulous on the second!! Thanks so much for playing along at Scrapy Land!!

  15. LOVE the party egg card, I picked it as my favorite. Thank you for joining us on Scrapy Land’s Challenge #62.

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