Saturday, March 6, 2010

Sunflowers and Dragonflies Challenge #32

Happy Saturday! Sunflowers and Dragonflies have a nice "Springy" challenge for you this week. Make an Easter card using the same Just Rite stamp that I used below, or another stamp if you don't have this one. Then hop over to the Sunflowers and Dragonflies Blog for instructions on how to post a link to your card. If yours is chosen, you will win a $15 gift certificate for your choice of Sunflowers and Dragonflies merchandise.

On my card, I used the chick from the Favorite Occasions Borders & Centers set. The patterned paper is from the Basic Grey Sultry set.


I hope you have a warm & sunny Saturday. I'm off to my local Heirloom stamp convention!
Cathy

5 comments:

  1. Oh I love how you made the cross! Very pretty card!

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  2. The cross is perfect! I am just sorry I wasn't able to participate in this challenge since I haven't received my stamps yet. You have done a great job!

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  3. Cathy, I love your card. The chick is popping from this card. I loved how you made the chick a separate element, and the cross-All I can say is "WOW." Awesome card Cathy!!!

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  4. Cathy your card is gorgeous love how you used the ribbon and the paper is perfect for Easter.
    Beautifully done

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