Easter is coming right on the heels of St. Patrick's Day.  The turnaround to make a plethora of cards is short.  So, I decided to create an easy Easter card that would be quick and fun. Pictured below are my Easter Egg cards.

Scalloped Oval

I used the Stampin' Up  Oval Framelits to cut both the main card and the layer of dsp.  To get the scalloped card, just score a 51/2" x  81/2" piece of Whisper White c.s.
at 41/4.  Place the largest Oval Framelit – the scallop one, so that
the top of the framelit is just barely off your card.  Run it through
the Big Shot.  Simple , huh!  But how fun to have a card shaped like an Easter Egg!

The inside of the card is a case from p. 23 of the Stampin' Up Spring Occassions Mini catalog. A bunny and the eggs from the stamp set A Little Bit of Spring were stamped with Black Staz On Ink.  Then I colored the images with a Blender Pen and various ink pads.

Scalloped Oval inside

When I finished, I felt like my cards needed asomething else.  I finally settled on a  ribbon bow with the tag stamped from Tiny Tags and punched with the Jewelry Tag Punch.  A bit of Whisper White Bakers Twine made short work of attaching the tag to the bow.

Now to get the cards addressed and in the mail!

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