It's time from my monthly Scrapper's Club tomorrow night. We are going to make an Easter Themed layout. I must confess that I hope I don't have too much for them to do tomorrow night – we might be here until midnight. I just kept finding more stuff to add – while the pages themselves aren't "busy" there is a lot of things incorporated into the layout.
I'll start with the 2 page spread side by side - the saying is Hoppy Easter.
The background is the Pink Pirouette 12 x 12 cardstock. The other colours are Certainly Celery, Almost Amethyst and the Tea Party Designer Papers.
Here are some of the individual elements on the pages:
The bunny is adorable and is made using the 1 3/8" circle punches, the large and small oval punches, the scallop circle punch and the 1" and 1/4" circle. The idea for this particular bunny came from Amy Celano's site. So cute!
"Hoppy" is spelled out using the Go Go Boots Alphabet and the Big Shot. The egg is stamped from Wagon Full of Fun (a great stamp set from the Occasion Mini catalogue) and then cut out. I also stamped the image again on Whisper White, coloured it with inks and cut out the portion shown – then just glue on top. I added some Dazzling Diamonds to the cut out part. The ribbon is anchored using the new grommets from the Mini – these are so easy to use.
This is the Easter banner. I used the Serif Essentials die cut alphabet from the Big Shot. Love these!!
The Duck is from the Wagon Full of Fun, coloured and cut out – I thought it could pass for an "S" in the word.
I used the wagon from the same set as a sub for the letter "E" – it's stamped twice and then popped up on each other for dimension. The two white strips are punched with the Eyelet Border punch.
The basket is made using the Scallop Envelope die cut from Big Shot along with the egg image from the Wagon of Fun set. The flower brad is a new one from SU! and the handle is made by punching a strip of Whisper White card stock on both sides with the Eyelet Border Punch. A little DP is added to the center of the strip.
Hope you had a great Easter weekend.