Once in a while when making my cards, I tend to flip out a bit and go for something unusual like very bold colors. I love to make cards using subtle pastel colors and cute images, but sometimes it’s fun doing something on the wild side – it keeps your creativity alive! “Nobody puts baby in a corner…” 😉 I think the Anya stamps are perfect for this purpose; not that they aren’t cute, they most definitely are, but they are somehow “tougher” in their appearance.
So, I finally got around to inking up my Easter Anya Stamp; when I bought it thought it’d be the stamp I’d use the most for this year’s Easter cards, but no my new Bunny stamps from Motivet and Wags’n Whiskers, as well as the Aurora stamps had the upper hand. For this card I followed the Sketch from Club Anya & Friends, and this’ll be the first time I’m entering into one of their challenges!
Stamp: “Easter Anya”, The Greeting Farm
Copics: Skin: E00, E51, E000, R20 Hair: YR02, YR04, YR09
Dress: R85, R83, R81 / YG03, YG11, YG00
Ears: C3, C1 /RV34, RV21 Basket: E59, E57, E35, E33, E51
Paper: “Pink Egg Border” Crea Motion/ Beatrix Rose House of Art
Sentiment: Computer generated. Font: Freebooter Script
Embellishments: Ribbon (American Crafts)