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Enjoying an Easter Break?

Well, it's that time of the year where lots of people head off for a nice long weekend, the last one for the year where the weather has half a chance of being decent and where you get the extra day - or if you're in the construction industry you might have a string of RDS's to coincide with the school holidays.

Whatever you are doing, I hope it's a safe, enjoyable and memorable family time.

Just wanted to share a couple of last year's Mystery Box items with you today - just in time for Easter.

Everybunny Punch Card

Who wouldn't love to receive this ultra cute bunny card with the extra choccie on the front! Of course the Designer Series Paper "Mocha Morning" which makes up the background is now retired, but you could easily recreate this using "Natural Composition" Specialty Paper.

Everybunny Punch Card 2

I wish I hadn't packed up half my stamp room today to tear out a wall, I have half an urge to make half a dozen more of these cards!!

To go with this card, I also got out the aquapainter and watercoloured a cute panel for the top of a mini pizza box.  I stuck to the pink and brown theme - boy am I loving that colour combination!

Everybunny Easter Box


Everybunny Easter Box 1

I do love a bit of authentic watercolouring mixed in with my stamping.

Did you make any special Easter gifts this year? We would love to hear about them. Please leave a comment below to let us know what you have been creating!

I'll be back over Easter, to share some more cute Easter projects, this time created by my favourite guest artist - my mum Jenny.

Stay safe, and have fun,



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