Saturday, April 4, 2009

A Simple Easter Wishes Card

One of my favorite things to do when making cards is the coloring of the stamped image. Today I'm inspired by this stamp to leave it just as it is with only the stamped image using antique photo colored ink. This week's challenge theme over at Our Creative Corner is to create an Easter card and I think this suites the challenge and submit it for this week's challenge.

This stamp is by Inkadinkadoo. I think it is such a lovely image. The background designer papers are more from the K&Company stack that I used the other day. The sentiment, Easter Wishes, is from the PaperTrey Ink set titled, Mega Mixed Messages. I found this little smidgeon of gingham ribbon in my stash. There was exactly enough for this card and I thought it suited the papers and colors nicely. It is fun to be able to use up bits of this and that to complete a card.

I hope you are enjoying a restful weekend.



  1. Wow Jennifer, this is gorgeous! I love the vintage feel you have achieved on this card - it is truly beautiful!
    Hugs, Danielle

  2. I just love your monochromatic colour scheme. Gorgeous!!!

  3. Fabulous inspired card - Jennifer!
    I love this new Inkadinkadoo Stamp too!!! Thank you for playing along this week ~S~

  4. Very beautiful! I love the colors on it and the scallop on the bottom!

  5. OH Jennifer, this is fabulous!!! Love The distress look of this card..It really stunning..
    Hugs, Linda

  6. Tt looks vintage and elegant, beautiful card Jennifer.

  7. What a beautiful card!! The monochromatic color scheme is so refreshing, so different. This card is such a beautiful example of nature's garden. Thank you, also, for the detailed information about the items used to create the card.
    Hugs, Mary

  8. I absolutely LOVE this monochromatic tone. WONDERFUL!

  9. Absolutely fabulous. I love the soft elegance of this card, Jennifer. That little bird is such a wonderful stamp. I see you've been using your new nesties.


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