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Friday, 24 February 2012

The Cuttlebug Spot - Spring is in the air

So over at The Cuttlebug Spot its spring so they would like to see our projects with things that make us think of spring and I went with Easter and a rainbow . They also have a fab prize up for grabs .

On so on to my make and what I used.
All the shapes where cut on Elmo ( e-craft )
I used mirri card for the circle from the papermill , which I embossed on the cuttlebug and the same for the clouds which I Inked with Tim Holtz broken china
the card bit for for the rainbow are core'dations from crafters companion
message - docrafts and the bunny stickers from my stash.

Close up of the embossing and bunnies


Kerry said...

Lovely card. Thanks for joining in at the Cuttlebug Spot this week.

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