Sunday, April 8, 2012

Happy Easter!



This is one of the two cards we made at Meghan's recent workshop. It was a case of a card by Sandi MacIver. If you have never visited Sandi's blog - you could spend hours there just looking at her beautiful projects! You can visit her at www.stamingwithsandi.com I tried to tie in the link to her blog, but Blogger is not cooperating with this today! While you are there, don't forget to look at the gorgeous 3-D items she is sharing on her blog this weekend - how I wish I had time to make all those before the festivities begin today!

While my Black Magic card isn't necessarily an Easter Card, I thought it might be bright and springy enough to share with you today. My ladies enjoyed making them last weekend. Some of them even taught me some new techniques, and showed me how to use my Watercolor Pencils in ways I've never tried before!

I would love to get together and stamp with you too - I have lots of dates open for May Scrapbooking. In case you weren't aware, May is National Scrapbooking Month. So there you have it, a perfect excuse to work away on those scrapbooks a few afternoons!

...for now enjoy your day with family and friends!

Happy Easter!

9 comments:

  1. What a great card!! I really need to try the Black Magic technique. Happy Easter to you and your family!

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  2. Katherine, this is such a pretty card. The colors are so vibrant! I will definitely have to try this technique again. tFS

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  3. I don't think I've tried this technique yet. Beautiful card. Perfect for a spring day. :)

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  4. I'm intrigued by the technique's name and loved your results. What is the stamp name for your flower?

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  5. Katherine, great card! It turned out great and I love this technique!

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  6. I love the black magic technique! So very cool!

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  7. Love this card it just pops!!

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  8. Probably the prettiest example of the Black Magic technique I've seen. Lovely card!

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