I completed several Easter cards this year. Most are being sent to distant relatives or older people who are not getting out, due to the virus and their health. Here is one of the ones completed.
Supplies used include: Banner Blessings stamp set from Maymay Made It, SU Framed Tulip embossing folder (retired), GKD/Thermoweb stitched rectangle dies, GKD Turquoise Sea cardstock, a combination of Spectrum Noir and Copic markers, and white paper from who knows where. I have many kinds of white cardstock and can’t remember which kind was pulled for this image.
This card will be entered in the Global Design Project for Easter cards.
9 thoughts on “He Lives”
The tulips on your boarder is such a compliment to the rest of your creation. Plus the dark blue mat with stitching lines complete the frame for such a perfect picture.
I sent three of them just like this one. I had an array of pastel colors lined up. Thanks for the comment!
This is beautiful. Love the soft colors you chose.
I agree with Bonnie. You have created a real beauty here and I love the colours you have chosen. Pretty EB folder too.
Great design and coloring.It conveys the message of Easter perfectly. I really like the embossing folder. I know your cards will mean a lot to the recipients.
Thanks! These cards went to Aunts, most who are widows, and my Mother’s best friend. It was enjoyable to send to those who rarely get a card from me.
Such a beautiful card, Lisa. The cross and your tulip embossing folder along with that beautiful blue color turned out a very meaningful Easter card. Your relatives and friends will be so happy to recieve your greeting.
Lisa, this is beautiful! Love the colors and that pretty border (tulips) around the cross.