Thursday, March 29, 2012

Scrapping Cottage-Easter Cascade Card

 Hi Bloggers!  Today I have a cascading card to show you.  I am becoming a technique junkie.  I am lovin' trying new things.  I saw this technique on Splitcoast Stampers.  You can get all the instructions by clicking here.

Look how cute these "Shower Peepers" are.  They are all just darling and this style card lets me show them all off.  They are just filled with personality!

This little guy is all smiles.  I cut him with yellow card stock and dry brushed the edges with black ink then I followed the little cut lines to add the "feathers" and added a few more of those lines around the whole image.  I gave him character with some blushed cheekcs (Copic R20),
When I first saw this chick I said, "Yep, that is exactly what I look like when it is house cleaning day".  lol  Isn't she adorable!

 I used the following Cottage Cutz dies for this card:





Thank you so much for stopping by today.  It was so much fun to make this and bring to you today.  I appreciate your visit!

7 comments:

Dr Sonia S V said...

Such a beautiful creation and I love the fence!

Marisa said...

Spring has sprung in your studio LOL! Darling use of the cute chicks and a great little basket.

Emily Keaton said...

Oh, WOW, Carol!! I've never seen a cascade card before, so this is just absolutely amazing. What a work of art!! This would make such a great centerpiece for a fancy Easter dinner. You ROCK at techniques, my friend!!

JD said...

Very cute!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Oh dear, this is so adorable! Love those sweet chicks!

Benzi said...

Oh, this is too cute! You are the Queen of Techniques and they're always so creatively and beautifully done. I love these chicks, especially the one with the broom and umbrella. Oh, I feel your pain about housecleaning day...I kind of look like that, too. :-)

nwilliams6 said...

Obviously, I have missed some wonderful cards/creations. This is totally amazing! Wow!!!!!!! I would totally need a hands on tutorial to make something like this - I am putting it on my list of things to have you teach me when I come visit!!! Hugz!