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Happy Easter

Happy Easter! I still remember wearing a special outfit, getting my hair done and the family dinners. One of my favorite memories was taking pictures. My dad was a professional photographer and for many years, he would take pictures of me in my outfit. It was like a mini photo shoot. Sometimes we would even go on location - like the neighbors yard. (See that is why I should of become a professional model. He gave me some great training. LOL! ) Then, to prolong the holiday I loved wearing my fancy hairdo and new clothes to school the next day. This was one of the best holidays plus all the vacation time, too. So fun!

In celebration of Easter here are a few cards I made for my mother-in-law. My husband wrote a poem which was included inside the card. So together we created a lovely card.

Used green and white cardstocks, purple glitter cardstock, patterned paper by Best Creation Inc, green ribbon, and lavenderr flower. Card size is 6x6.


Used my Spellbinder to create the sentiment shape. Love that machine!


Poem written by Ron Roberts,  my hubby. Great job, Honey!




Hope you enjoyed my little stroll down memory lane and these cards. Happy Easter to all of you. Enjoy your day!

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  1. Kelly@SpellbindersApril 8, 2012 at 4:44 PM

    So Springy and Lovely! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  2. Oh Kelly, I remember my 2 sisters and I dressing up and my favorite part was the accessories!! The little patten leather shoes, hat, purse and especially the little white gloves!
    You're cards are exquisite. Such lovely colors and designs! Thanks for bringing back the great memories :)

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  3. These are so beautiful Kelly! Love the soft colors and all the designs-I don't know how you come up with so many different looks!!!

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