Friday, March 26, 2010

A Friday Challenge!!!

TGIF!!! I think I say that every friday....but its the truth! Today i'm posting for the Friday Challenge over at The Town Scrapper blog, this week's theme is, can you guess?....EASTER!!!

This cute image is one of the new VICTORIA CASE STAMPS created EXCLUSIVELY for THE TOWN SCRAPPER! This one is just perfect for an Easter card!

I coloured most of the image with copics and paper pieced the chick's outfit and the bunny's feet, tummy and ears. I add some flower soft for the grass and scattered some round stickers as 'eggs' in hiding - awaiting to be found! I also added some frosted lace stickles to the egg, leaves and carrot! I used my new Martha Stewart flower border punch, it also punches out the little flowers (makes for perfect embellishments). I added more of the round stickers to the border and a yellow ribbon with a pink button with a bow to finish it all off!

Be sure to head over to The Town Scrapper Blog, check out what the fabulous DT have for you today and play this week for your chance to win a great little prize!

Have a great Weekend!


  1. That was a cute easter card!
    Fredrikke :o)

  2. How adorabl! This is really too cute.

  3. Krista!! Too cute! (I used the same image for today's challenge...which will be posted later!!) I just love what you did with it. Your colour choices, as always, are just perfection!

    Can't wait for tomorrow!! ;)

  4. ahhh so sweet, love the yellow plaid

  5. Wonderful card, Krista! I love the way use used paper piecing to add extra touch to the kiddies. Lovely colouring! Best of luck with your demo this afternoon! Wish I could attend, but no sitter (hubby's out-of town). Hope there will be another opportunity?! Have a super weekend!

  6. Hi Krista,
    I changed the name of my blog and my followers can't find me anymore, here is the link to my blog
    I also have a candy to give away.
    Bye, Jolanda

  7. Too cute! I love the paper piecing look! I must give that a try soon :)
    Thanks for the inspiraiton!

    hugs, margie