Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Rainbow of Colors

I took a bit of time to make a quick Easter card and this time I used a rainbow of colors on it. This card will be entered into the Double D's Blog Challenge and the Mod Squad Blog Challenge.

I used three dies on my cards. One for the frame, one for the grass and eggs element and of course, one for that bunny rabbit. I also used my Zig watercolor markers to add color to the eggs and the grass. My sentiment for this card is from Inspired by Stamping and is from the Easter Lily set. After all was assembled the final touch was to add a black rhinestone to the bunny for his eye.

I used the following dies:
Die-Namites "Spring Grass" DN-1153
Die-Namites "Spring Bunny" DN-1142
Memory Box Cross Stitched Frame Borders Style No. 99124

Well, my card for the day is complete. Now it is back to baking for the church bake sale Saturday. This afternoon it is Old Fashioned Raisin Spice Cake. It will be frosted with a caramel frosting. My Mom and Grandmother used to make this years ago and I always liked it. I know my hubby will too as he takes after his Dad and loves raisins and spices. I might have to put a bit into a smaller pan so he can get a taste too. It makes a huge cake. LOL

Take care everyone and have a great rest of the day.

God bless,


Diane said...

Very pretty and FUN Easter card Verna!! Loving those 'rainbow' colored eggs, too! Thank you for joining our Double D 'Easter' challenge! (PS...what time will the cake be!!
Diane DD DT

Donna Ellis said...

What a clever way to show off colored eggs from behind, Verna! It's a fun, colorful, spring time card, Verna! The Easter bunny will love this portrait of his endeavors! Wonderful card! Hugs, de

Asha said...

Super sweet card, Verna. The die cut bunny rabbit is utterly adorable... what a unique design too. The cake sounds yummy.
x Asha

Lisa Babitz said...

This is so cute! I love the color you added to the eggs; they look great hiding in the grass. Great card!

Darlene said...

Oh Verna this is fabulous! LOVE those eggs and the fantastic little Easter scene you've created! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Double D ‘EASTER’ Challenge! We hope you’ll come back often.

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Barbara said...

Great idea to get all of those colors in on the eggs. Fabulous Easter card.

kittykat3308 said...

Verna - Your card is Beautiful


Kathy Krug said...

i have the grass and egg die too, and I love what you did with it here. Taht bunny is too cute. Great Easter card.

Ina G said...

So cute and colourful Verna.

Judy Woodland said...

Well, now that you have me drooling over the raisin spice cake with caramel icing, I'll try and comment on your I LOVE your beautiful eggs, you colored them beautifully with the Zigs. And your bunny is so sinkin' cute. Great design and great take on the challenge. Thanks so much for playing along with us over at the
Mod Squad.

Karen D. said...

such a sweet card for Spring and Easter too!

maria f. said...

That rainbow of hidden eggs just pops off your cute card.

Leslie Miller said...

Oooh, the bunny is adorable and I love what you did with the eggs. They really look hand dyed, just like real Easter Eggs. So clever! Great card, and I'm so glad you shared with us in our Double D Easter Challenge!

Johanna said...

What an absolutely original idea Verna. Love this creation.

Vicki Dutcher said...

Love the way you incorporated the rainbow effect -- Thanks for joining in at DD and Mod Squad!

Vicki robertson said...

Adorable Easter card!! Love the fun colors and the die cut bunny is fab! Thanks for joining the Double D Easter Challenge.

Shari M said...

Absolutely adorable.

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