Monday, February 1, 2016

February SOTM (Balloon Animals) Blog Hop!

THANK YOU for stopping by to enjoy our
February Stamp of the Month Blog Hop
featuring this month's SOTM: 
Balloon Animals S1602

 
If you've just arrived here from
KATHY's BLOG then you are on the correct path.


Today I'm sharing this fun Easter Card I created using the Balloon Animals stamp set and the NEW Penelope paper packet (X7207B). I stamped the bunny/rabbit balloon using Saddle (brown) ink and the background dots were stamped with 1st and 2nd generation Crystal Blue ink). The grass was cut from Pear cardstock using the Artiste Cricut Cartridge (p. 73, accent 3 + shift) at 3/4" tall. The "Happy Easter" sentiment that is stamped with Black ink comes from another stamp set that is shown on p. 19 of Seasonal Expressions 1 (C1638 Spring Critters).

Lastly, here's an image (below) that shows all of the stamps included in this stamp set 
that is available for purchase this month only (February 2016):

Now you can continue on with the hop
and be inspired by more creative ideas
using this stamp set by visiting
MARIE's BLOG next.
Enjoy the hop!!
  

11 comments:

Kirsten Desorcy said...

Super cute!

Melissa Robinson said...

hee hee SO CUTE!

Lauren said...

I always love this card sketch, what a cute Easter card!

Melinda Everitt said...

Love your Easter Balloon Rabbit card!

NJ Stamping Queen said...

This is so bright and cheery! I love how you used three different Penelope panels and the background and used the Cricut to cut the grass. Love it!
:) Marie

Helen Gullett said...

That is one cute rabbit balloon! Love the spring background scene :)

Donna said...

What a nice card! Love that you made an Easter card with the balloon animals and the bling is a great touch.

Brenda Lapp said...

I would love to open my mailbox to find this card. I love the layout, paper choices and the details (grass and stamping behind the bunny).

Terrie Shortsleeve said...

So bright and Spring-y! I love it!

Jean McNulty said...

So Cute!!

Catherine Nowak said...

I really love seeing the bunny in brown against all the bright colors. I totally may have to lift this card.