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Easter Cards

Last week in our techniques class we learnt all number of tricks with Stampin' Round wheels, including embossing with them. The very last thing we did was to emboss on chocolate chip card with gold embossing powder.  The results were stunning and it later occurred to me, what a great Easter card you could do with this technique and the same products.

 Easter Cards close up

I don't have any Easter Stamps, so it was great for me to actually put some cards together using my favourite new colour combo - chocolate chip & Pink Pirouette to see how they turned out.  These are extremely simple cards - I literally whipped all three cards up in about 10 minutes, the box is a nifty little package we made at the techniques class last week - which would be perfect for a handful of those little easter eggs the bunny is bringing!!

Easter Cards 09a

Don't you love the colours and those gorgeous Stampin' Round Wheels?

Talk to you again soon.


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Sue Madex

Isn't Choc Chip and Pink Piroutte such a good combo! Love your cards. Cheers, Sue


HiKathryn, I love chocolate and pink together. I use it heaps. Maybe one day I will get a blog to show some work off. Looking foward to the big trip to Canberra. Marls (your sister I believe and we are getting a new baby one too, fantastic news from Viv).

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