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Easter Wishes For AYSI...

It’s a new challenge at As You See It!  It’s a theme challenge to celebrate Easter.

#318 3.1.24

I don’t have a lot of Easter stamps but…I bought this cute bunny wreath a while back and voila…Easter!  This is a stamp and stencil set so first up was stenciling the bunnies, the flowers and the carrots. aysi 318 1

The stamp portion is all of the greenery and sentiment.  I die cut the wreath and popped it up on some rustic white with the sentiment in the middle.  I added some sparkle and was done! aysi 318 2

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Supplies:  CS: PTI white and rustic white.  Stamps/stencils:  The Greetery bunny hop.  Inks:  SU! daffodil delight, pumpkin pie, bubble bath and pear pizzazz.  Dies:  The Greetery bunny hop.  PTI linen plate.  Other:  rhinestones.


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Lisa Petrella

This is so sweet! I love that bunny wreath!!!

Jan Clothier

Oh my! This is fabulous! I love that wreath. I was wondering how you'd got it to have so many colours - I imagined multi-layer stamping but stencilling is so much better. I like the soft look it gives. You've aced this challenge, Jane!

Heather Cooper

This is brilliant, Jane! I love this stencil/stamp/die set! Like Jan said, you can do so much with them in multi colours! This is one of my favourite projects that you've done!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl

Oh my goodness - you had me at bunny wreath Jane - this is so adorable!!! What a great stencil/stamp set combo. My favourite Easter creation this week!

Deborah Wheeler

that wreath of bunnies is just fabulous Jane! Perfect for Easter!

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