All posts filed under: Easter

Free Digital Bunny Colouring Page

Hello friends! Trying to keep a little one happy and occupied during this time is not always easy, but don’t panic, there are many wonderful resources out there! One of my favourites for all ages is National Geographic. Take a look, they’ve curated a page of links to project based resources for K-12 kids and adults young at heart! I saw a darling bunny poking around in our backyard a few days ago and I was inspired! Spring is coming folks, and sunnier days ahead, so stay strong, positive and looking forward. I created a little bunny image that I hope you’ll agree is cute, cute cute! I’m offering it as a free download for your children to colour. Please feel free to download and print one or several…play is good for our health and happiness! Pass it on! 8×8 Bunny Colouring Page

New April Images!

So who is ready for warmer days, and a few Spring showers?  I am!!  I’ve got my boots and I’m ready to play in the puddles! This month is all about CELEBRATING SPRING with these new images… PUDDLE JUMPING Bunny With Carrot Click the links to take you to the images available in my Etsy shop. and here are the DT inspiration creations… SOMA has made an adorable bunny card… and I’ve made an ART JOURNAL PAGE using my Puddle Jumping image… I also made a few MINI EASTER cards… What do think? ARE YOU ready to jump into Spring? Have a creative day! Deena

Easter Dreams

I made one more Easter card yesterday, having been inspired by the “oval” (Ways to Use it) challenge on SCS!  We’re off to visit my Mom and  my Grandma tomorrow!   HAPPY EASTER everyone! The eggs are cut with the Easter 2010 cartridge at 1 1/2″ and 1 1/4″.  I punched the leaves using an EK success punch. Webster’s Pages dp, Kraft cs, concord cs used for the the papers.   The bottom panel is embossed with the cuttlebug floral screen embossing folder. Thanks for stopping by! You know I enjoy your company! Happy Easter! Deena

Cricut Easter Egg Basket

Easter is on it’s way and I thought it would be fun to have some decorations for the table! I used my handy dandy Cricut Expression to cut the template for the basket. (Easter cartridge 2010 on a 12″ x 12″ sheet set to fit to page)  The eggs are cut from the same.  I used Martha Stewart playful blue dp for the basket and some Crate paper to decorate. (grass, eggs)  The little felt butterfly and flowers were a gift from my friend Peggy, (The Nutty Cardmaker) thanks sweetie!  This took about 15 minutes to make! Love it!! The final dimension:Cut:  Fit to Page feature button ON  – 12 x 12″ paper = 4 1/2″ wide,  3 1/2″ deep , 3 1/4″ high not counting handle. Handle adds 2 1/2″ to the height.   I tied  crinkled seam binding in eggshell blue to the top of the handle for a finishing touch! Thanks for stopping by and have a creative day! Deena Related Articles Spring Easter Basket (

Spring Easter Basket

Today’s color challenge at Splitcoastamper’s was one of my favourites!  We had to use two shades of blue and a light celery green.  Yes, blues and greens are my favourite colors!  I chose to use a lovely Easter basket from Flourishes Signs of Spring.  The sentiment is from Stampin’ Up! (All Holidays).   I received a package in the mail today containing this lovely crinkled seam binding.  I was so happy it arrived in time for this challenge!  I bought it on ETSY from Pink Planet Craft . Thanks so much for stopping by and have a creative day! Deena

Spring Tags

This little bird and sentiment are Flourishes stamps, stamped in vintage photo ink on soft blue card stock.  The edges are sponged as well for a vintage inspired look.  They are strung with paper cord in a dark chocolate. The Easter tags below are stamped  with Stampin’ Up! stamps on vanilla cardstock with rich cocoa ink and sponged around the edges with Ranger Distress broken china ink. The sun is out but it’s still quite cold here in Montreal…I’m so looking forward to warmer Spring days! Thanks so much for stopping by!  You know I enjoy your company! 😉 Deena