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Easter is on its way . . . and an atc.

Yes. in fact, I am already making Easter eggs.
These are collaged with papers from a set of Vintage Text Pages, 
then painted up and dressed up with some pretty vintage laces and Kunze German Scrap:
Kunze has a rich array of gorgeous scrap;  I'm particularly fond of that butterfly . . .

Just for fun, here is an atc created using a watercolor background and one of the exclusive stamp sheets available only through Mailbox Muse:
The red rubber sheet size I used is from the Mailbox Muse atc kit, however, this pretty lady and her fan are also available on the Asian Ambience sheet. 

Happy Thursday to you!
P.S.  More details about the eggs HERE.


  1. Love those eggs Trisha! What did you use as a base?
    Your watercolor atc is beautiful! ")

    1. Thank you, Jackie--those are the regular plastic, two part eggs, the kind you find in every Easter basket!


  2. Those eggs are ADORABLE!! Great job Trisha!

  3. Fab Easter eggs, and love that Asian ATC.

  4. These eggs are beautiful! Loving the German Scrap.

  5. The Easter eggs are beautiful and I pinned them!


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