Welcome to the first Friends of SUBA Blog Hop highlighting Easter Inspiration. You may be wondering, what is Friends of SUBA? We are a group of demonstrators who are blessed to be friends (and students) of Simply Unique Business Angels. Simply Unique Business Angels are two demonstrators based in the UK who provide technical training for other SU demonstrators who are interested in improving their web presence and Facebook activity.
You may have arrived here from Leighsa Allport or just starting here with Ginny Harrell @ Celebrate the Journey. If you happen to get off track or lost just scroll down to the bottom and you will see the entire list of participants.
This past February we were in Paris and I knew the Angels were offering a workshop in Hook, England. I knew this was something I needed help with, so I just hopped on a plane and joined them. It was so helpful and fun. Both Louise and Pip were very patient with us and we all learned new skills. I highly recommend their training!
On to the projects. We are highlighting Easter Inspiration for you.
I have very few Easter themed stamp sets, but flowers are always good for Easter, so I pulled out some pretty paper and stamp sets and got busy.
These sweet candy boxes are created with the Lots to Love Box Framelits Die. The tiny jelly beans box was much smaller than the framelits box. To make it fit the smaller box you just cut off about 1” of the box bottom before assembling. This is a great way to use up some of that DSP you have been hording! Punch out some daisies and add the center stamped with Happy Easter from Teeny Tiny wishes. Assemble with some ribbon and pop it in an Easter basket.
Easter cards in two pretty colors.
I love to send Easter cards to friends and family and these will be going out soon. Both cards use Springtime Foils DSP (free during Sale-a-bration).
Tips for creating two vibrant Easter cards:
To create this pretty blue color, use the sponge roller and add layers of Pacific Point ink. After inking it up use a tissue to wipe off the excess ink. That will bring out the silver and gold colors of the DSP.
To create the pink card, use Flirty Flamingo ink. Both cards use a combination of Gold and Silver Foil cardstock. Mixing metallics is very trendy!
I have included two extra photos, so you can see how the card is assembled. Leave me a message if you would like the measurements. I should have them typed up in a few days.
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Thanks for joining us today. Keep on hopping and enjoy all the Easter Inspiration.
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