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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Easter Scrapbooking

We had a fun and relaxing Easter weekend. Since we both just love the classics so we watched the "Ten Commandments" with Charlton Heston and Fred Astairs' "Easter Parade."  The "Ten Commandments" was so long we didn't make it to the very end but got close. LOL!

Also, I had a good time trying a new cornbread dressing recipe for our Sunday dinner. It was some work but worth it. Boy, was it good! On Easter afternoon, we had a blast having our own personal photo shoot. There were so many beautiful flowers and plants around so we jumped right in.

So here are the layouts I made celebrating our Easter. Thanks for stopping by!


I hand painted the paper with watercolors and  created the strips.
Then, I dripped some of the paint around the edges.


I drew the basket with my colored pencils and cut it, the eggs and the grass. The tile was made with glittered letters- Good Times. 


I had fun making these eggs with lots of glitter.


I used Echo Park pp, Anna Griffin flowers, paper ribbon and green pp.

The yellow cardstock on the edges really made it pop.

I had these flower leftover from my Anna Griffin card kit and they were a perfect fit.

7 comments:

  1. Such a pretty collection of pages. I love the woven background and the fun basket you created. Just signed on as your newest follower. :)

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  2. Great pages, love the basket and the woven strips :)

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  3. love these LOs! Such great ways to use your artistic talents! those glittered eggs are so darn CUTE!

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  4. How fun! I don't think I've EVER seen the whole movie lol. Love your pages and those eggs are super cute!

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  5. you are totally rocking the easter layouts! love them all- those glittering eggs are perfect

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  6. Love your beautiful projects Kelly. Those eggs are fabulous!

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  7. Wow! It appears as though I have missed so much. Your layouts are wonderful and the color selection is a perfect match and those glittered eggs are great.

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