A card for Easter

In this time of confinement, my dear Aunt of 86 years old will have a smile when she’ll receive my card. I wanted this one to be extra special to welcome spring. I used the CAS(E) this Sketch #366 design to the tune of the Memory Box Spring Fling Shallenge #60.

The largest circle was die cut several times with the Memory Box Windham collage set. The middle circle was cut in vellum and the Altenew frame circle was heat embossed with Wow Perfect Plum EP. The Alexandra Renke Tulip Bud was also heat embossed with Perfect Plum and White Pearl EPs. Plum foil twine was added with a plum rhinestone.

STAY SAFE, Blessings & HUGz, Joanna

9 thoughts on “A card for Easter

  1. A favorite anytime, but especially in Spring, Jo… I carried a lovely bouquet of white tulips down the aisle 25 years ago next month! I adore your gorgeous creation, with these lovely layered circles!! Thanks so much for playing at CTS this week – it’s always a treat to see your creations here! xx
    =]

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  2. You have such a unique and beautiful talent and what a stunning CAS card, with a fabulous composition and loving the use of the perfect plum and the pearl embossing powders x.

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  3. I love how you work with pattern and texture! You are a MASTER DESIGNER! Been a Fan for a long time and appreciate your sharing…it is always encouraging and inspiring! ♥

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  4. I do love what you do with embossing powder! The ideas are so unique. Those circles add dimension and that tulip really catches the eye. The fiber finishes it beautifully. Fabulous card for your aunt.

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  5. Your aunt will love this! Great use of the three overlapping circles and the rhinestone adding a fourth circle. The straightness of the tulip die adds the perfect contrast.

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