Sunday, April 5, 2015

HAPPY EASTER!

Moxxie has the  cutest papers!  Doesn't this card look like it has a real chocolate bunny on it?
SSsoooooo CUTE!

There are many pieces to all of Moxxie's collections.  There are several double sided papers, die-cuts and stickers.  I picked my pieces from the "Spring Has Sprung" collection.  I picked "Cottontail", *he is just too sweet* "Spring Fling" *such a pretty blue* and "Bluebird" *i think it looks like dyed Easter eggs* as my papers and the Double Sided Die-Cuts border *that looks like a fence*.  I also got my Easter stamps (sorry I don't remember who made them), Ranger Distress Ink "Evergreen Bough", Tombow Stamp Runner Dot Pattern Adhesive and a water brush.  I took out ribbon, but didn't use it.

I cut and layered all of the papers on a card base and stamped "Easter" at the top.  Then, I colored the greenery on the fence with the same ink and a water brush. I adhered it across the bottom of the card.  I had to, literally be restrained hold myself back from adding splashes of paint, ribbons, gauze, buttons, ink..... you get the point.  But I wanted the artwork on the paper speak for its self.  It is just that beautiful!!

Thanks for visiting!  Please look for Moxxie products in your Local Scrapbook Store or online.  I know Scrapbook.com and other online shopping sites carry Moxxie.  

Have an amazing day!
xxDaniella

4 comments:

  1. Its beautiful I love to look at all the lovely different papers, Happy Easter to you and your family!

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  2. Daniella Dear Happy Easter Blessings and Chocolate Bunny Hugs! I am so happy I have found your blog for it went missing from my computer that is like a terrible two year old with tantrums! Super Cute dear...

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  3. This is so vintage and beautiful!! Love how your Easter stamped across the top looks like it was already a part of that piece of paper! Such lovely work, Daniella, as always!!!! Keeping it simple was ideal for these wonderful papers.
    <3 J

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