Friday, April 7, 2017

He is Risen

I feel like I'm running late on getting my Easter cards made this year. I only give out a few to close family. But with kids out of school for spring break, life gets pretty busy around the house.

The April sketch from Reverse Confetti looked like a fun one to use for an Easter card. After trying out a few different ideas, I ended up with a loose interpretation of the original sketch. But that is what I love so much about using card sketches. Sometimes, they are just the starting point of inspiration, and that's okay.

Stamp - Reverse Confetti
Die cuts - Reverse Confetti
Stencil - Reverse Confetti
Inka-Gold gloss paint - Viva Decor
Ink - Memento
Epoxy bling - from stash

Thanks for visiting my blog today!

*Card sketch image used with permission from Reverse Confetti.


  1. Beautiful! The cross is so cool, and color combination is regal (as it should be!). This is so fresh and unexpected-- great job!

    1. Thank you, Jennifer! Once in awhile, I have to try something different.

  2. I love your take on the sketch Kristie! And I love this card you came up with. It is just beautiful and what the true meaning of Easter is. I am late getting my Easter cards done too, not sure why as I don't have younger children in the house anymore. lol And Easter is late this year! Call it laziness or not in the mood I guess. Hugs, Brenda

    1. Thank you, Brenda! Don't pressure yourself, just makes cards when you are in the mood. I hope you and your family had a wonderful Easter.

  3. Such a beautiful card!
    Thanks for playing with us - Reverse Confetti - April SFYTT!