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Stampin' Up! Sunday Swap Day! Easter Cards!

Hey there, I'm back and pretty quickly, with my promised post of new cards for you. My last post weighed heavy on my heart, but it was something I needed to do. For those of you that read my story, thank you.

Last month's installment of swaps was fantastic. I.mean.really.great.

Today I have the spring-iest and easter-y-iest of them to share with you:

First, Ann Betty's creation with Springtime Hello, Window Frames Framelits, Decorative Dots folder (returning in the new 2014-2015 Annual Catalog!) and now-retired Sweet Sorbet DSP:


Next, a cute bunny card. Unfortunately, the creator failed to put their name on this one, but used Ovals Colection Framelits, all three Oval punches, the Small Heart Punch, and Linen Thread to create this cute little fellow:

White bunny 1

Another bunny, "milk chocolate" this time, created by Cathy Stephenson of Boise, Idaho. This bunny is holding a designer paper "egg" punched with the Small Oval punch!

Ovals bunny_1

Lastly, Linda Pagel brought back and oldie-but-goodie, the pop-up-card. She used the Blessed Easter single stamp, combining Summer Starfruit and Gumball Green with the "bubbles" stamp from Happy Watercolor.

It starts out folded flat:


Then you push down on the green sides to reveal the pop-up center!


A side view of the way the cardstock folds out to create the base for the card stand:


That's all for now! Today Maddie Kate & Ava are coming over after church. I have a craft project planned I've been wanting to try for awhile, and hope to have pictures of it to share with you tomorrow!

Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!




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