Well, I would like to blame my tardiness for this post on April Fools, but I really cannot. Just didn’t get to make it happen until now! But, I’m still on April 1st so you can enjoy this super cute little lamb for the WHOLE MONTH!
This is the Welcome Easter set (now retired). Super cute spring images that can be used for Easter, baby, or anything spring that you need!
Happy little lamb. I used the pear pizzazz greens to be the base color and the blends helped color this little lamb so beautifully..
I hope you can enjoy this Easter Season with your friends and loved ones. And know that the Lamb of God lives to give us hope for our future!
Jump on over to see what Anne and Cheryl have for you today!
Spring is probably my most favorite season… Well… Till the next one comes, then that is my most favorite season. But, I suppose, as a school teacher, spring always signals what is to come. A couple more months then summer break. Which is the most lovely of all seasons….
Spring. I love the flowers. The cool winds. New. Everything seems fresh.
So, with yesterday being the first day of spring, I thought I’d celebrate with these cute little pots!
These are those seed starter pots you find in the garden section. And for the record, fake grass and candied easter eggs is about the only kind of gardening I’m capable of. Anyway… I used the “From the Garden” stamp set and “Handpicked” coordinating framelits. its easy cause they also come as a bundle!
It’s a super cute little set! And here is a little 3×3 card I made to go with it:
I was also thinking the little garden picks would make fun little cupcake picks… Glue a toothpick or skewer on the back! Perfect in some spring cupcakes….
Imagine how fun it would be to take these to your coworkers or friends for a perfect spring treat…
So, here is another Happy Easter Wish!! This cute little chicks are made using the bird builder punch (you have to cut some off of the bird’s behind in order to make him fit in the egg… The eggs are simple…just the XL oval punch and the grass is that tasteful trim die. SUPER SIMPLE. And the ribbon, I just love the skinny taffeta. Makes it a slim card that is easy to mail. Enjoy!