Thrilled with my new 'treat' - and knowing that he'd appreciate some time on his own to work on his road bike - I set to work to create Easter cards for my mom and dad, and my sister and brother-in-law. CAS(E) this Sketch #20's pocket themed sketch inspired my 'vision' - and then once I was done, I realized my cards, with their printer-generated sentiments were 'stamp free', the requirement for CAS-ual Fridays Challenge #95. One beautiful die, two challenges to aspire to, and a fantastic husband: blessings, plus!!
Here's CAS(E) this Sketch #20:
and CFC #95
Here are my two cards, with their 'ever so slight' differences...
First for my mom and dad:
and then for my sister and brother-in-law:
Added bonus: a first time outing for my new EP For the Record 2 paper. Stunning patterns. If you look closely at the 'pockets,' they feature the flowered paper, accented along the top with small orange polka dot and yellow dots-and-diamond patterns. The butterflies are cut from the same paper, selected to match colours in the pocket. Love the butterfly die! LOVE! (My pockets are a bit 'big'...hmmmm)
Thanks for dropping by. Hope your day is filled with rose, tangerine, lemon, lime and blush pink...colours of spring; colours of Easter...