Saturday, March 19, 2016

Control Freaks March Spring/Easter Blog Tour

Hello, Stampers!

Welcome to the March Tour de Freaks
Spring/Easter Blog Tour! 

Spring begins tomorrow, but the Crontrol Freaks are
ready to share with you TODAY!

Be sure visit all the blogs for TONS of Spring/Easter inspiration!
Whether you are coming from Kelly's blog 
or just starting out, there is something for everyone!

This card was a bit of an experiment for me. I had seen a technique
that mod-podged a piece of waxed paper to a card panel. Once
dried, it was embossed thru the Big Shot and rubbed with acrylic paint and 
sponged with different shades of ink. Well, here is my result. A little different, 
but I'm not really sure how I feel about it. 

This second project is an altered speckled egg I found at my
local discount store. Coincidentally, it matches 
our Basic Black and Mint Macaron colors to a tee! SCORE!
It makes a great Easter table decoraion with the addition of the Botanical
Builer Frameltis and Basic Black/Mint Macaron Baker's Twine!

Stamps: Circle of Spring, Papillion Potpourri, 
Ink: Archival Basic Black, Calypso Coral, Mint Macaron, Pear Pizzazz, Crumb Cake, Mint Macaron
Paper: Whisper White, Mint Macaron, Mossy Meadow, Basic Black, Crumb Cake
Accessories: Botanical Blooms Framelits, Tags and Labels thinlits, Basic Rhinestones, Mint Macaron Lace Trim, Basic Black and Mint Macaron Baker's Twine, Wonderous Wreath framelits, Itty Bitty butterfly pucnh, Bird Builder punch, Fluttering embossing folder, 
NonSU!pplies: White acrylic paint, 6" plastic egg

Happie Stampin'!

                            Time to see what Lisa Martz has to share with you - visit her blog next!


Kelly Acheson said...

How gorgeous!!!! WOW!

Debbie Henderson said...

Great find on the Easter egg. It does perfectly match our colors!

Lisa Martz said...

Both projects are very pretty! Vintage and lacy! Thanks for sharing!

Cindy said...

That butterfly/wreath card just makes my heart happy! Very interesting technique, and so pretty. And great find on the speckled egg! Love how you dressed it up. :)

Lynne Cullen said...

Love the colours you've used ~ so very effective & fresh looking.