Sunday, April 13, 2014

More than just an Easter kit!

Good Monday morning to you all!!

Today, I've got a couple of projects to show you using The Greeting Farm's current File Cut kit - Hoppy Easter. Now, I know Easter is just around the corner, but the Design team wanted to show you how versatile this kit could also be!

For our creations this week, we were to make non-Easter related projects. I have a lay-out featuring my fam:


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I basically just layered and mixed the journal cards and as a result, a "patterned paper" emerged! Trying to tie in the graphic lay-out of the pics for this one.

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For my second showcase, I have a card featuring Easter Bean, which is a digital stamp exclusive to this kit. I also included some more components of the kit... you really could come up with lots of different combinations!

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Easter Bean's hat was actually a bunny, but to get away from the Easter vibe, I altered the ears to make it look more bear-ish. The thought behind it was to make her look Kawaii-ish, and so the main sentiment was formed! There are lots of people like me, afterall. I am in my 30s, still loving Sanrio! Hey, you gotta have a fun side, am I right? Plus, I've always been for cutes-y things!!

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I did cut out the Easter egg she was holding and was going to draw a ball, but it turned out oval anyway. LOL!!

Hope you all get to view the other girlies' blogs! Claudette, Cynthia, and Sui-Lan have great ideas on the challenge! And don't forget to tell us on the TGF blog about projects you've created using this kit. We'd love to include it on the next post!!

Toot-a-loo!!

4 comments:

SuiLan said...

That's such a sweet lay out of your family. I love how you changed the digi to a bear. Yes that is kawaii! I love it!

Islander Girl said...

Love your projects! I'm always excited to see what you guys come up with!

Cynthia said...

Loving your LO! Fab projects! :)

madretz said...

supah kawaii! squeee! I love this card, very creative alterations to make it bearlike instead of a bunny.