Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Easter Bunnies

The bunny photo inspriation challenge at Inkspirational was the perfect excuse to play with my newly arrived Waltzingmouse stamps before I filed them into my storage system

I made some little 3 x 3 Easter cards using A Good Egg and Folk Art Medallion - I think I should have used a different colour to the teal as it makes it feel a bit cold and not very "spring" - just like the current UK weather lol!  I love the little matching bunnies in this set - well all the matching animals they are really cute.


  1. Oh this is just so sweet! I got my stamps today too - I love the USA shipping - will have a play this weekend!

  2. This is absolutely darling, Tara! LOVE the bold and bright colors and your fabulous CAS layout! Absolutely wonderful! Thanks for joining us at Inkspirational! :)

    PS: A gentle reminder that in order to be considered for our Top 5, you must have the challenge picture in your entry post (the photo inkspiration). Thanks! :)

  3. This is such a sweet 'cas' layout - I love the different coloured stamping.
    And you file your stamps!!! I'm impressed!
    Thank you for joining us at Inkspirational Challenges.I hope you will join us again next week for another challenge.

  4. I love the colours, so cheery an those bunnies are perfect. Thanks for joining us at Inkspirational

  5. Great Easter card and such cute little rabbits..great layout


  6. LOve the cheery colors, and those bunnies are so cute! Thank you for joining us at Inkspirational this week :)

  7. Oooh, so very bright and cheery Tara, what a lovely mix of colours you used! I must say I love the teal border and egg accent! Thanks so much for sharing your fab Easter card with us at Inkspirational, come back soon! Ruth x

  8. Tara this is just so adorable! I love your bright colors and that egg medallion is really pretty! Thanks for joining us at Inkspirational!

  9. And SO fabulous in real life too - thank you Tara! Vicky x


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