Time to get ready for Easter! I found these wonky looking marshmallow chicks at the dollar store and just had to make this Sucker Bouquet for the kids!
I bought a vase at the dollar store and stuffed some basket straw in it. Put the silly looking marshmallow chicks around the inside edges of the vase and hot glued some florist foam in the center, then more basket straw. I found these glittery Easter florals and cut them into several pieces and arranged them with a bag of suckers in the florist foam. I glued some gorgeous purple seam binding that I got from Really Reasonable Ribbon around the bottom of the vase.
I stamped Rubbernecker's Rabbit sku:565-05 with Memento Tuxedo black and sponged it with Adirondack Lake Mist. I colored the ears, nose and cheeks with Memento Angel pink and hand cut it out. I popped this cute rabbit up with some pop dots on oval die cuts a Spellbinders Beaded Oval and added some Ranger's Stardust Stickles.
Today my sweet friend M in Seattle emailed me a picture of the cherry tree in her front yard.......
Then this is what I woke up to this morning in my front yard........
Guess that snow shovel just isn't ready to be put away yet!!
Do you like free stamp sets? Of course you do!! There is still time for you to play in the Stampin' Sisterhood Challenge-SS16.
Thanks for stopping by and have a sun filled day wherever you are!!
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