A Sponged Easter Egg Card

Happy Easter weekend everyone!  I hope you have sunshine and wonderful events planned with family and friends this holiday weekend.  Today we are getting ready to go out for egg hunts and coloring some eggs at home with family.  But before we head out, I wanted to share the first eggs I colored this year…. for a card. 🙂



I had this idea to use sponging to create eggs for my card and so I grabbed my handy dandy Extra-Large Oval Punch.  Then I punched out an oval on scrap paper and pulled a pile of ink pads and sponges and got to work masking my Easter Eggs.  Of course, I made the eggs on a piece of scrap white paper and then had to design the card around the colored eggs. 🙂  But I added some paper for grass and then threw on some Early Espresso baker’s twine and the adorable Twitterpated buttons.



So, consider this my Easter card to you. 🙂  Have a great weekend!


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Sponged Easter Egg Card Recipe:

Stamps:  Delightful Dozen
Ink:  Chocolate Chip classic, Pool Party, Pear Pizzazz, Wisteria Wonder, So Saffron, Peach Parfait, Blushing Bride
Paper: Daffodil Delight CS, Pear Pizzazz CS, Whisper White CS
Accessories: Twitterpated buttons, glue dots, Early Espresso baker’s twine, yellow sponge

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