Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Egg Hunt

Welcome to one of the *official* stops on the Papertrey Egg Hunt!


Look closely and you may find
a hidden egg that's one-of-a-kind.
Perhaps there are more than one or maybe even none!
The challenge is yours, enjoy and have fun!

If you are starting out here, make sure that you stop by Nichole's Blog to read about all the details along with the GRAND Prize affiliated with this fun contest!


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The following photos are NOT part of the contest, but I figured you'd like close up of my Egg Hunt Project.




Supplies:

Being released Feb. 15 through PTI: Egg Hunt (stamp), Background Basics Tin Type (stamp), scallop die, egg die

Other: Daily Designs stamps by PTI, Background Basics Retro, Polka Basics II; Twill Ribbon in Berry Sorbet, Gingham ribbon in Spring Rain, Perfect Match Cardstock Perfect Match Ink: Berry Sorbet, Spring Rain, Spring Moss, Summer Sunrise, Dark Chocolate; Buttons: Spring Moss and Natural; Spellbinders Nestibilities Ovals and Spellbinders Labels
in Spring Rain, Spring Moss, Berry Sorbet, Fresh Snow;

Crystal Clear Box from www.clearenvelopes.com

27 comments:

  1. Darling, darling basket and I love the colour combo and blue background on your card!

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  2. delicious easter project..i am astounded at the beauty of all the designs in this egg hunt..too cool for words really..hugs Jan

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  3. This basket on a card is too darn cute! Love it and can't wait to make a dozen. Great use of background stamps. Gorgeous, rich colors. I'm so pumped to craft right now... wish I had the sets already.
    Love your blog!!!

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  4. how adorable are these!? I love both of your projects!

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  5. Beautiful projects Erin! I love the basket you made on the card, how clever!

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  6. Liking the basket on the card!!

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  7. Your card is so adorable!! I love how you used the tin type bg on the basket and also how you used the buttons.

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  8. Love the basket on the card - how did you do it?

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  9. Erin, that is so cute! I just love that little basket on your card!

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  10. Your project is awesome and I love your blog. The woven basket is stunning I just wish I could see it larger. Fondly,Kathy

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  11. First off congratulations on being a new member of the PTI design team. Nice job on both of your projects. I especially lie the basket you made on the card. How did you do it?

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  12. love that little basket on your card!

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  13. Awwww! How cute is this!! I love the treat box!

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  14. The basket has so many outstanding detail that it looks real, I LOVE it. And, you have a package of of my favorite candy, Jordan Almonds, yummy, yummy, in a wonderful package. What more could one ask for? TFS.

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  15. Hi Erin, new to your blog and so excited you are with PTI.. I followed you for years through CK! Can you share some details of this post??? I would love to know the clear box size you used here.. that site has a ton and also any steps or info on the basket box cover you made for the clear box?? I love it and would love to make some for kids in our family:) Thank you!! Sarah {onewiththeboys@verizon.net}

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  16. Fantastic idea to make a sleeve to slide over the candy box!

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  17. I really love your card. The basket is adorable. I love how you used the background stamp on one of the eggs. Wow!!!

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  18. I can't believe I found you again. Always enjoyed your blog at CK and then you disappeard. Love your stuff.

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  19. Love the card and your basket is adorable

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  20. Adorable project! Love the card and your happy color combo :)

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  21. How clever and cute, Erin! Trying to log onto Nichol's blog for details but...it's overloaded!!!

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  22. Welcome to PTI....I look forward to your contributions....daily these PTI design members keep their creative ideas flowing every day....

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  23. How clever of you to use the Tintype background on its side to make the basket pattern. From a small distance it looks exactly like it's woven and up close it's just darn cute. So glad you're part of the PTI team now, though I miss you in CK.

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