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A Dilly Beans Easter



I am a huge fan of Dilly Beans images - they are so playful and fun. This week's Dilly Beans challenge is Easter so I made my last two Easter cards with Dilly Beans images.

For the first one, I used this card by this week's Queen for the Day (Sharon aka SMadson, QFTD158) as my inspiration. I used her basic layout, used a lot of purple, and used a floral background. I cropped the Dilly Beans' image Amalia and Laylah #403 down to just Amalia's head and framed her for the first card. I overdid the liquid pearls a bit, but I like the outcome. On the next card, I openned up an arrow shape in Word and dropped in a bunny image that Megan gave away free on the store blog a couple of years ago. Inside it says: "lOvEs yOu! ME, ME, ME, ME, ME!!!!! The challenge runs until Thursday night.

Today represents a very magical moment in the Universe - one I sink to my knees in grattitude for because I need this gift desperately! After I finish cooking my turkeys and making a giant pan of macaroni and cheese, we are off to my Sister Sharon's to watch all the little ones hunt for eggs and catch up on family news. Hope you all have a wonderful Easter!

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Oh how CUTE! I'd never heard of Dilly Beans images but they're darling! I love how you put the image into the arrow! I need a tutorial on that cool trick!!
    Happy Easter and YUM to the turkeys, mac & cheese :)

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  2. These cards are both adorable! I love them both...can't pick a favorite! Love the flowery paper on the first, and I LOVE the bunny in the arrow on the second. Thank you so much for playing along with Dilly Beans. And a super huge thank you for all of your kind words on my blog. I wish you peace and beautiful signs from above on the 15th anniversary you have coming up. xoxo

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  3. 2 very, very cute cards! Love them both but especially the bunny on the arrow shape - genius!! Going to have to 'borrow' that fantastic idea :)

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  4. That bunny image is soooo cute!! Two wonderful cards. Enjoy your big egg hunt (heck I still enjoy them LOL!). He has risen indeed!!!

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  5. Both cards are super cute! Love the bunny arrow, very clever! Hope you have a wonderful Easter!

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  6. Oh they are both just absolutely adorable! Thanks for joining us at Dilly Beans. :)

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  7. Too cute! Love the bunny one. Hope you had a wonderful Easter.

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  8. OMG, these are both just ADORABLE! The bunny one is especially creative the the other so sweet. Thanks so much for joining us at Dilly Beans this week. xxD

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  10. Your first card is beautiful, Nancy, and the Dilly Beans with the arrow sporting the bunny is too, too cute. Hope your Easter with family was wonderful.

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