Sunday, February 1, 2015

Panorama Easter Card


Greetings everyone, I have always loved the sugar panorama eggs I used to have as a kid.  So I thought why not try to create a card with they same type of shape.  I used mounting tape under the first two ovals to give it a little dimension.  I added some grass under the first oval and a few chicks. Then I attached the bunny and more grass under the second oval.  In the back I added the blue card stock background, flowers and the fun Easter basket.

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Materials:
Memory Box Delicate Nest, Woven Basket & Baby Chicks
Poppy Stamps - Chocolate Bunny & Leafy Sprig
Spellbinders Grand Ovals (4¾ x 5⅞”, 4¼ x 5⅝” & 3¾ x 5”)
EK Success Daisy Punch
Martha Stewart Grass & Bow Punch
Viva Decor Orange Pen (flower centers)
Viva Decor Black Pen (chick eyes)
Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer (Bunny)
Mounting Tape

37 comments:

  1. Beautiful...again...:-)!!!
    Hugsss, Gaby

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  2. Ooo!! Diane, what a wonderful creation.
    I absolutely love what you have done on your beautiful card.
    Hugs

    Patricia x

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  3. Gorgeous card Diane, love the dimension & details.

    Donna x

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  4. Brilliant card and so sweet. Love the layering and that bunny and chicks are adorable, Hugs, Carol S.xx

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  5. Wonderful Easter card, love the dies and the scene ou've created, hugs Kate x

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  6. As usual, such a creative & wonderful presentation. Love the shadowbox with the sweet Easter scene, and pure genius to do the grass borders as you did for each layer. Just the perfect aperture shape for the coming holiday, and super use of the dies to capture the mood. TFS & Hugs

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  7. Diane this looks exactly like the eggs I had as a child as well! What an awesome creation and wonderful piece! Hugs! ~Niki

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  8. Oh what a neat card! Love this!

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  9. What a gorgeous card Diane. Love that bunny. Hugs from Scotland. Rita xxx

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  10. What a delightful Easter card :) Jackie

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  11. Ooh, so very pretty, Diane. And, how wonderful to make a card that has good memories.

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  12. What a great way of layering the card. Brilliant :-)

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  13. What a gorgeous card! I took a quick look at your blog and really love how you tell a story with your cards. So creative and I especially love this card. It definitely reminds me of the fancy sugar eggs I used to see at the candy stores growing up.

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  14. OMGosh this is so super cute!!! I love it.

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  15. Wonderfully dimensional, Diane! I just want to reach in and pick out an Easter egg!

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  16. What a pretty Easter design, great colors and love the dimension of the scene!

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  17. Oh wow Diane how fantastic this looks I love how you have created the panoramic scene this is top notch.
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  18. Your idea has worked perfectly. A lovely little scene. hugs Mrs A.

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  19. Aww Diane this is so pretty. Well done you.
    Now why don't you join the Snippets Playground as I am sure some of these pieces are from your Snippets collection? http://pixiescraftyworkshop.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/pixies-snippets-playground-week-162.html
    We have a hyperthetical Playground and pond...Mrs A is often to be found playing with the ducks in the pond!
    Hugs
    xx

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  20. Hi Diane, how are you?
    I love your Easter card, the white layered frame really makes your coloured scene POP. Great Spring card.

    Hugs Erika. x

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  21. Fabulous design Diane! Another wonderful card you've made. I just wish it looked like that here instead of the slushy snow we've got :-). Debra x

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  22. Oh so pretty Diane! Love this cute sweet scene with the lovely bunny, really adorable! Very colourful creation! Hugs, Ira xox
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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  23. Boy, does that ever take me back! Too far back but thank goodness I still remember those picture Easter eggs, adorable sweet card. Fondly, Annie B.

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  24. This is so charming! I also remember these picture eggs - we had a French bakery/confection store that made beautifully intricate decorations on the sugar coated "eggs" with piped frosting and all sorts of lovely colors. Thanks for the wonderful reminder of these gems! Thanks also for your kind comment on my blog re "layers".... I am having a blast paying around. And will definitely be looking to your work for more ideas around using die cuts - I have many wafer dies, and just beginning to explore! And not last - LOVE your colorful, patterned tangine background - have never seen one with the cutouts like the blue one on the right. xx Lynn

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  25. What a beautiful and inventive card Diane, love all your layers! Takes me back to my childhood, those Easter eggs were almost too beautiful to eat (almost, but not quite ;O)

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  26. It's both charming and delightful Diane xx

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  27. Absolutely awesome, Diane! Takes me back to my childhood Easters!

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  28. How adorable! Sweetly reminiscent of Easter egg hunts and springtime freshness. You've recreated some precious memories of mine in your pretty card. Thanks for sharing.

    xo
    Poppy

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  29. Diane, this is so sweet and I love your little rabbit.
    Julie s

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  30. Diane, this is a superb interpretation of a panorama egg. It's just what I was thinking of when I commented on your Hiding Eggs card. I love the triple, egg-shaped border.

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  31. another simply adorable card love the panorama view awesome work as always Diane.
    Hugs

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  32. Oh, what a clever idea!! Fabulous work with a stunning 3D look, thanks for the inspiration!

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  33. Diane this is so beautiful!!! I love the dimension and sweet Easter scene!

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Diane

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