For the Red Carpet Studio Challenge, our inspirational movie is Hop.
This is the story of an accidental encounter between a rebel Easter bunny in training and an unemployed slacker who become friends despite their opposite backgrounds.
THE CHALLENGE: Create a project inspired by Easter. Do you have pictures of your little ones coloring Easter Eggs? Are you partial to pastel colors? We can't see how you are inspired!
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Here's my card:
Easter Morning: Easter always inspires me with pastel colors but I wanted to do something different this year. So I kept my pastel colors limited to the sunrise and used blues to make those colors pop.
The card is an A2 size. I had been cutting egg shapes for other things and decided to use the negative space as a frame for my larger stamped image. A bit of thread and flowers just added a fancy touch.
The image is actually two stamps: the background "forest" is from Lost Coast Designs and the small bunnies are from 100 Proof Press. They are stamped with Jet Black Archival Ink onto Glossy cardstock. I chose glossy cardstock so that my coloring would blend out and not look so bright. When I use Distress Markers on glossy, I have a bit of open time where I can smear the ink with my finger before it sinks into the paper. That allows for that streaky look but also blends the lines between colors without adding water. I like the softer look it provides for this card.
The colors I used here are: Tumbled Glass, Shaded Lilac, Milled Lavender, Spun Sugar, Dried Marigold, and Scattered Straw. I also used Tea Dye, Vintage Photo, and a touch of Picket Fence (on the tails) for the rabbits. I used the fine tip end of the marker to sketch out a bit more detail to the grass. (Shabby Shutters, Peeled Paint)
I hope you'll show off your creations at Red Carpet Studio Challenge Blog. I'd love to see your work!
"and the green grass grows all around, all around; and the green grass grows all around."