Happy Easter!

Front of Easter card

A quick and simple card for Easter: the daffodil stamp & greeting are by Clearly Besotted, coloured with Promarkers & a mixture of cheap W H Smith pencils & Derwent Coloursoft, of which I only have a few. The “ribbon” at the back is one of the palms from Palm Sunday Mass last week. This was based on the sketch at challenge #218 at CAS Colours and Sketches, and I’m also entering into the Make Your Mark challenge at Addicted to Stamps.

Close of up daffodil

Easter Watercolouring


Last minute as ever, I watercoloured the images for these cards on Good Friday morning, finishing them off on Easter Saturday! The stamps are by Creative Expressions, painted with Cotman watercolour paints. The yellow cardstock was in my stash & the “ribbon” was, in fact, palms from Palm Sunday Mass.


I’m making this my third, and last, entry in the Flower Power challenge over at Stamping Sensations. I’m also entering into the Anything Goes challenge at Addicted to Stamps.


Happy Easter


Ultra quick post, just to say Happy Easter & show the card I’ve sent variations of to people this year. This is a combination of diecuts & a computer-generated sentiment.

I’m entering this at The Paper Players where the theme is diecuts.

Happy Easter!

I’ve not made many cards lately, life’s been getting in the way a little too much!  This card started out as a free download from here which I took into Craft Artist 2 Professional, using the cutout studio to remove the white space, then adding a yellow circle behind the cross.  After applying a transparency effect to the circle I printed it then coloured it with Promarkers.  A quick, easy card which reflects the true meaning of Easter.