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A Little Blue Bird Easter Card

Easter is right around the corner and Altered Pages has so many cute Easter collage images up for grabs I just couldn't resist this little card...

The Robin's Nest Supply List:

Altered Pages Supply List:

Other Supplies:
Double Stick Foam Tape

I also wanted to extend a personal thank you to The Robin's Nest for providing us with such a lovely variety of products to work with this month!  Be sure to stop by and check them out when you have a chance.

Have an "altered" day ~
Ink Stained Roni


  1. Adorable! Love the vintage vibe. And the Dew Drops add just the right sparkle. Anne. yourmainestamper

  2. Darling ♥ I am planning on using the Easter college sheet to make cards for my two younger Grandchildren!

  3. OMG!! How CUTE is this!!! Love it!!

  4. How stinking cute is this?!?!?!? I love it.

  5. Yep totally agree this image is just adorable and has me smiling from ear to ear. I love how you encircled it with the alternating colors of Dew Drops! xx

  6. This is a darling Easter card! Fun and pretty!

  7. Thanks everyone, I just love those retro images...they are just too much fun!

  8. This is one of my favorite images too, Roni! Thanks for making such a dear card!

  9. Adorable card, Roni. Love that image with the paper.


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