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An Easter Workshop

Hi Everyone!  Feels like ages since I saw you, but it was only a week ago!

Today I have a special little project to show you, that one of my newest team members, Samantha West is doing at a workshop today. She got lots of ideas from all the generous, sharing ladies on ESAD (Extremely Special Australasian Demonstrators) and then looked at what products we had between us to see what we could make. The punch art bunny card Samantha is using for her make & take project today comes with very special thanks to Marion Benfield, another Stampin' Up! demonstrator who very kindly sent Samantha the instructions - how nice are our fellow stampers??? I love it the way we all care and share!

Anyway, here's the two projects we put together for Samantha to take with her today.


The roller wheel  on the easter card is the valentine one from our Summer Mini Catalogue - so sweet! And there's just a bit of spongeing and highlighting with the white gel pen and the Sahara Sand Marker & Ink on the bunny. I adore Sahara Sand - not too dark and a kind of warmish pale grey.


The basket is created from four Scallop Envelopes cut using the Big Shot, and a handle created using the lovely Ribbon Lace punch. The stamped images are from Everybunny Stamp Set and have just a tiny touch of water colouring.

Everybunny Basket (3)

Everybunny Basket (1)

How cute is that chickee? The colours are Certainly Celery, Calypso Coral and Daffodil Delight.

Everybunny Basket (2)

My very best wishes for your workshop today Samantha! I wish I could be there to help. I do hope your guests love these little projects as much as we do and that you have a lovely time!


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Kathy Skinner

What punches were used for the bunny body and the feet? Sooo cute!

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