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Some Easter Cards


The Squigglefly Challenge this week is Easter Cards. I made mine with the Spring Bouquet Cup image by Pam Lehto. I needed another Easter card so I made another one with another image by Pam called Floppy Eared Rabbit. I computer generated my image and hand cut my carrots (I used the MS branch punch for the tops).


Easter is just around the corner so make a few more cards and come join us!

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  1. Such delightful cards. The daffs are glorious but the funny bunny one takes it for me :-D LoL FABULOUS !!

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    IKE xx

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  2. Your first card is just lovely. None of the cups in my house look that pretty. I Iove the subtle stamping and the sponging on this one. I'm still laughing at your second card. That bunny is so stinkin' cute and you have some great looking carrots there. The sentiment is something else. You made my morning this with one, Nancy. Have a fun filled day.

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  3. Two fabulous cards, I love the vintage feel of the first one with the beautiful daffodils and the sentiment on the second one really made me chuckle.
    Pauline
    x

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  4. These are fabulous Easter cards, Nancy. What a cute bunny. And, the daffodils say Spring and Easter, for sure. Hand over the carrots.....HAHAHA

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  5. Love both of these! Daffodils are one of my favorite flowers and I love the carrots on the bunny (great sentiment too.)

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  6. Nancy,
    What wonderful Easter cards!! The first florals is elegant and lovely and the second is just too adorable and made me laugh out loud!

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  7. Wonderful cards. I love the flowers in the first one and the second is just too cute, love the humor.

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  8. gorgeous easter cards nancy.your teacup of flowers is beautiful and I love the fabulous sentiment with your cute bunny :D

    xx coops xx

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  9. These are fabulous!! Love the cup with the flowers and the one curled edge piece and the bunny carrots are amazing! Two fabulous cards :)

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  10. Your first card is so beautiful! The second one pretty too...but so cute and clever...great job with the punching.

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  11. Love both of your terrific Easter cards! Great job!

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  12. I really had a hard time picking between these two.....love them both!!

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  13. Both so very delightful. Love the cup with smiling flowers and the leaves on the carrot in the second. Both wonderful.

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  14. Gorgeous Easter cards Nancy I love the designs and colours.
    Kevin xx

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  15. Nancy your cards are just delightful. I really love the sentiment you used on the second card. That sweet little bunny couldn't hurt anything! LOL! I especially like how you did the greenery on the side - looks like little ferns in pots! Your first card is beautiful - colored expertly and I love the paper you used. Really nice border too!

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  16. Two gorgeous designs Nancy.

    Hugs Diane

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  17. Two great cards. The first is so welcoming and pretty and the second so fun and cheery! I had a wee chuckle when I read the sentiment on the second one

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  18. Love these cards - still laughing over the sentiment on the cute bunny card!!

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  19. Both great cards - love those flowers on the first one, such a lovely vintage look but just had to laugh at the sentiment on that bunny one :) Awesome carrot fronds too!!

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