And while searching through my stash, I decided I absolutely have to use those cute little bunnies from scribbles designs.
However, I couldn't decide on what colours to use for painting the Easter eggs :)
As you see, I've coloured them in shades of yellow, purple and blue. Since I wanted to include all of them in one card, that meant using the longitudinal shape I'm not quite fond of. I find it a little too long for the majority of my projects, and so I basically have a couple of card bases in my stash that are just waiting for a moment like this.
Arranging the three images on the unpleasant shape was another task I struggled with. I wanted the card to look a little playful and not mathematical, but no matter how I flipped the images they were either exceedinng the base of the card or making it look really "blah".
In the end, I decided to line them up straight vertically, but leave space for a little horizontal twist.
With the colourful eggs, I tried to pick a neutral, but not too boring background paper. After numerous tries, this one featuring pastel leafs made the race.
To distinguish the bunnies from the background, I used thick cardboard that would match the colour of the eggs. However, as the height of the card was lmited, only a tiny strip of cardboard is visible around the coloured mages.
A little contribution to the April collection of Create in Austria - artwork created by Austrians and/or in Austria.
- 613 avenue create: ATG with optional twist "ATG spring"
- a bit more time to craft: ATG
- crafting with an attitude: ATG
- crafty calendar: spring
- crafty catz: ATG with a twist (animals)
- bawion: pastel colours
- glitternsparkle: Easter
- inspiration destination: ATG
- little red wagon: happy Easter
- love to craft: ATG
- sunny day crafting: spring
- scribbles designs: shades of spring (mint green, purple, lilac)
- crazy challenge: spring is coming
- wordartwednesday: ATG