It's Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday... LOL sorry, I couldn't help myself!
So we are just a couple days away from Easter and I'm already salivating thinking about that ham dinner and deviled eggs... yum! Oooo and some jellybeans too! ;)
In the meantime I've still got some Easter cards to share. Today I used one of the original Miss Anya's from The Greeting Farm and altered her just a bit by opening up her eyes. I've always thought that this little lady looks so ready for spring with her pretty basket full of tulips. I had a lot of Neapolitan scraps still hanging out on my desk so I decided to embrace a more haphazard layout design with little bits tucked in and layered together here and there. It was definitely a fun way to utilize all those little bits of pretty paper but my linear loving self still twitches a bit wanting to straighten a piece here and there. But I'm proud to say that I managed to leave well enough alone and Anya seems to be right at home amongst the mix.
I was also inspired to make my own little stick pin pennant as I've been seeing a lot from different paper companies recently. I'm happy to report that it was very easy to do and it opened up a whole different way for me to add a sentiment to my card which is great.
Ok, time for me to scoot my boot and get ready for the day.
See ya in 24!
cardstock- Bazzill and Copic X-Press It
paper- American Crafts (Dear Lizzy Neapolitan)
stamps- The Greeting Farm (Miss Anya), Verve (sentiment), Basic Grey (stitches)
ink- Memento tuxedo black and rich cocoa, Colorbox creamy brown
Kaiser Craft pearls
Martha Stewart butterfly punch
skin- E000, E00, E11, R00, R20
hair- E30, E31, E34, E35
clothes- G0000, G000, G00, BG34, W00, W1, E40, R0000, R00, R02, Y000, R20, R22, R24, YG03, YG67