Wednesday, 10 April 2019

Gecko Galz: Easter Trinchie


Hello!

I made a sweet trinchie (a 3 x 3 inch square) using a couple of digital collage sheets from Gecko Galz. 

The beautiful egg background comes from the Peter Cotton Tail sheet and the girl and goose comes from the Easter Children collage sheet.


The paper was cut to 3 x 3 inches and inked around the edges with Vintage Photo. The girl image was fussy cut and the edges inked. She is popped on foam pads with a piece of cheesecloth behind her. I also tucked some sprigs of natural dried flowers behind the image for some added interest. The sentiment was printed, cut into strips, inked and attached to the corner of the trinchie. 
Trinchies are the ideal size for a card topper and are perfect for swaps.



Peter Cotton Tail               Easter Children


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 With Friends #2 AG 11/04
Jo's Scrapshack #276 AG 11/04
Crafting From The Heart #240 AG 14/04
Crafty Sentiments Only For The Girls 15/04
Digi Choosday #15 AG 16/04
Lil Patch of Crafty Friends #103 AG 19/04 (#2)
Crafty Cardmakers #231 Easter 20/04
Angie's Digital Stamps #30 Easter 26/04
Corrosive Challenges #4 AG 28/04
Get Creative #79 AG 30/04

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

13 comments:

  1. Hi Carole this is gorgeous. I love it. Take care. Hugs Jackie

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  2. Love your card!!!
    Thanks for joining us at Corrosive Challenge blog
    Ana Isabel DT Coordinator and Owner

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  3. I totally love this, love your colouring,the sweet image and the Easter theme. I so remember searing for the baskets of goodies when I was a child. Thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Cardmakers EASTER challenge.
    hugs
    Glenda
    Glenda

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  4. This is so sweet Carole! I have never heard of a trinchie before, but I suppose it makes sense - a tri inchie! I am amazed at how much detail you fit onto a small space.
    Hugs Monica

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  5. Oh this is so timeless. Beautiful project and thanks for sharing with us at Digichoosday this week.

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  6. Gorgeous love the vintage image
    carol x

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  7. Such sweet. Love the vintage feel. Thanks for playing at the Fun-day Friday Challenge for Jo's Scrap Shack.

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  8. This is so lovely, thank you for sharing with us over here at Get Creative Challenges and best of luck with your entry.
    Ine (DT) http://creaine-cards.blogspot.nl/

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  9. Very pretty Easter project. Love the cards design and colours. Thank you for joining us at Crafty Card Makers this Week. Judy DT

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  10. Your creation is lovely. I love the vintage image. You are right those make great toppers for cards.

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  11. What a fabulous trinchie.. Love the image and your floral sprig... Thanks for playing along with us this month at Angie's Digital Stamps. AJ DT Angie's Digital Stamps

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