I've been asked again to be guest designer (thanks, ladies!), and here's a simple Easter card I prepared:
I guess I won't be making many of them this year due to lack of time, but I just had to try this cute bunny I got from scribblesdesign last month at the Path of Positivity challenge. Isn't it a funny guy, popping right out of the coloured Easter egg? :)
I coloured the image with coloured pencils and combined it with some bright background papers: a grassy one with flowers and butterflies, and a pastel one with a tiny floral pattern.
For the arrangement, I used the sketch from cheerfulsketches, which means I used a strip of green paper that I decorated with a rainbow of punched flowers with pearls.
In the end, I added a sentiment saying "Happy Easter" on a punched orange oval, which might resemble an Easter egg.
Another quick paper-project I finished lately: for some floral touch in my apartment, I turned a glass of baby food into a little vase for the snowdrops from castle hill. After removing the original label with warm water and detergent, I wrapped the glass with a stripe of the yellow paper. On the top of it, I glued a punched border and covered it with a yellow ribbon. However, I found it a bit inconvenient to flex cardboard around the glass - you'll have a lot less trouble by using regularly thin paper when recycling your baby food glasses.
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