“You Are So Loved” is the Easter Blessing

Front view of card using images from You Are So Loved

The Sisterhood of Crafters is inviting you to play along with our Easter Challenge!  Considering many of us will be celebrating Easter in one month’s time, it is none too early to think about your cards.  So, pull out your Easter themed stamp images and play along with us!  I chose the Stampin’ Up! stamp set “You Are So Loved” as the basis for my card.  It isn’t a traditional stamp set for this celebration, but I think it works beautifully!

Card Details
  • Stamp Sets:  You Are So Loved, Itty Bitty Greetings
  • Papers:  Whisper White, Gray Granite, Petal Pink, and Pool Party cardstock; Parisian Blooms specialty designer paper;
  • Inks:  Pool Party, Smokey Gray Versafine pigment ink, white pigment ink
  • Tools & Accessories:  Stitched So Sweetly dies, White emboss powder, Pewter emboss powder,* Whisper White Crinkled Seam Binding ribbon, Petal Pink Organdy Striped ribbon, Frosted Epoxy Droplets, Blends (Gray Granite), White Gouache

*retired

Additional Pictures

 

You can view all of the wonderful inspiration provided by my Sistahs over at The Sisterhood of Crafters challenge blog.  This challenge by Diane starts today and will run through March 22nd.  So, please come by and play along with us.  See you in the gallery.

Have fun stamping,

Katy

10 thoughts on ““You Are So Loved” is the Easter Blessing

  1. Debbie Mageed

    Such a beautiful Easter card, Katy! Love your color choices and that stamp set is perfect for this challenge. Your layouts are always amazing! You have a knack for knowing the exact right place for your wonderful details. Have a great rest of your week, Real Sis!

  2. Sandimn

    My favorite critters are the 8 new puppies my sons dog had. Cutest little things. Thanks for sharing your wonderful cards with us. Congrats

  3. Jennifer LaVite

    This is so pretty! I love all of your layering and your use of ribbons. The colors are soft and elegant. I love what you’ve done, sistah!

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