Friday, 12 April 2019

Gecko Galz: Easter Chicks


Hello!

I made a quick and easy Easter card using digital paper and an image from Gecko Galz.

The paper is from the Easter Eggs mini paper pack and the image is from the Country Charm digital collage set which is one of my favourite sets of images.


The image was fussy cut and the edges inked with Vintage Photo. It was placed on a die cut doily to help it stand out from the background paper. The paper was also inked around the edges and the image and doily were attached on foam tape for some dimension. A banner was made from two strips of paper and a piece of pink Baker's Twine was wound around it. The banner was also attached on foam tape. The printed sentiment was cut into strips, inked around the edges and adhered directly onto the background. The background paper was then matted on to pink card and attached to the card base.

  

I'd love to invite you to join the Gecko Galz Facebook Group.  Each month we have 4 challenges, each with prizes. 
These are the current ones:



Check out the Gecko Galz Etsy Shop (each week there are $1 deals) and the Gecko Galz Blog for freebies, found at the end of each DT's post.   Look at these beauties, just some of the free images from the past month:




There is also a Customer Challenge on the Gecko Galz Blog - this month the theme is Nouveau Garden - check it out here.

Thanks for stopping by today.
xoxo

I'd like to play along in the following challenges: 

Crafting By Designs Easter 17/04
Krafty Chicks #450 Birds/Chicks 17/04
Crafty Catz #457 AG 18/04
Crafty Cardmakers #231 Easter 20/04
Crafty Creations #388 AG 22/04
Crafty Gals Corner #189 Easter Is On Its Way 23/04
MAWTT That Spring Feeling 25/04
Through The Purple Haze #155 Spring Forward 25/04
Pile It On #153 Lots of Layers 03/05

I'd really love some feedback :)      
I read and appreciate all your comments. 

14 comments:

  1. so sweet and such a beautiful card Carole
    Gr Karin

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  2. Hi Carole this is a stunning Easter card I love it. Have a great weekend. Take care. Hugs Jackie

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  3. Lovely card Carole! Great use of that doily to create a pretty barrier between image and background.
    Hugs Monica

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  4. Beautiful layout,

    Thanks for playing along at MAWTT,

    Hugz Tinz

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  5. Hi, Carole! Such a sweet Vintage creation with the prettiest, vibrant colors! It's beautiful! Thanks for sharing your crafty project at the Moving Along With the Times Challenge Blog, and for supporting us. We hope you will visit again. Wishes for a wonderful day.
    Smiles,
    Donna
    {Creative Smiles - my little crafting world}

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  6. Such a lovely vintage image, pretty papers and a lovely design. Thank you for sharing your beautiful card at Crafty Catz.
    Chris
    x

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  7. Very nice card! Love the plaid and the doily! Thanks for joining us at Craftycreationschallenges.blogspot.com

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  8. Such a pretty image, thank you for joining us at MAWTT, xxxxx

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  9. Darling Easter Card! I love the vintage feeling! Thanks for joining us and good luck with your enntry!
    Hugs, Joy
    Joyfully Stamps
    Crafty Creations Challenges

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  10. Wonderful design and I love the cute Easter image. Perfect colour combo for an Easter card as well. Thank you for sharing your talent over with us at CRAFTY CATZ. Best of luck! Nick

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  11. I love your card, Carole. That doily is the perfect way to showcase this adorable image!

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  12. Adorable and love that paper, so bright and who doesn't like plaid. Awesome job, and thanks for sharing with us at Krafty Chicks.

    Leanne DT/KC

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  13. Super Cute. Thank you for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers Challenge. Marlene

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