Happy Tuesday!

March 19, 2013 by  
Filed under Core Blog, May Arts Ribbon, Queen & Co.

First up just a reminder that our DESIGN TEAM CALL is going on NOW! You don’t want to miss out on this opportunity to be able to create with Core’dinations all day, every day!


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We hope you had a GREAT weekend and a fun St. Patrick’s Day! Beleive it or not we got FOUR inches of snow here yesterday! So the kids were home early and we had one last snow day, hopefully, boefore the first day of spring this week!

Speaking of Spring….when I think of Spring, Easter is one of the things that pops into my head.

Designer Shaunte Wadley created this for us today celebrating a classic Easter delicatessen, PEEPS! AND she used hers scraps. TOO CUTE!

Here is how she did it:
Jillian Dot Cardstock for the card base
Gemstone Cardstock for the  Peeps and flower
May Arts ribbon, Queen & Co. Washi Tape (for those cute pin flags again!), Bunny is Lifestyle Crafts die.

Comments

9 Responses to “Happy Tuesday!”
  1. Andrea Amu says:

    Super duper cute, lady!

  2. Shaunte says:

    Thx Andrea! :)

  3. Amy#8546(TheTigersHaven) says:

    What a cute card…..just completely adorable….

  4. Adorable Easter card. I am loving the bunnies!

  5. TracyM #6773 says:

    Good luck for a snow-free spring!!!

    Super cute card Shaunte – loving the dots and shimmery pastels :)

  6. How cute! Love those little bunnies!

  7. Patsy Stripling says:

    I have searched and searched. Where did you get the peep die cut?
    Thanks.

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