Friday, March 15, 2013

{Avocado Arts} Happy Easter


Today, the entire Avocado Arts Pit Crew has loads of inspiration to share with you! We've all made cards featuring the March release, Spring Medley. I don't eat peeps but my husband loves them. He thinks they're best when stale. I guess I'll take his word for it. LOL! I prefer the paper kind and I love that this set has the filler stamp so you don't have to colour. Stamp the outline in black or any other colour, then take the filler stamp and 'colour' them in! I cut out my bunnies on the Cameo using the coordinating digicuts but these peeps are easy enough to trim with scissors.


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14 comments:

Julie Masse said...

Adorable!! I love the big white bunny surrounded by his peeps! ;)

Ashley Harris said...

Super cute!!

Annette said...

such a cute card..

snappy scrappy said...

Too cute!!

Connie Mercer said...

adorable card!!!!

Emily Keaton said...

This couldn't be any sweeter, Emily! Your lineup of Peeps looks adorable. :)

Bethany Stellpflug said...

aww! This is so sweet! I love the "cardboard" backround look.

Pinky Hobbs said...

I am DIGGING that cardboard background! LOVE IT!

Gabi MeWi said...

Oh so sweet...

Lindsey said...

Confession: I don't believe I've ever tried a Peep! Know what they are, of course, and in these pastel colours, these are dead ringers. :D Such a (teehee) sweet Easter card!

Karenladd said...

Couldn't be cuter! LOVE those peeps!!

Larissa Heskett said...

Amazing! Love the cards! Thanks for sharing the ideas!!

donna mikasa said...

Your Peeps are adorable! Love the corrugated background! My Mom would buy Peeps and decorate with them for Easter. I liked the chicks!

Jessi Fogan said...

Stale ones are definitely the best...if you can wait that long ;) Usually there's a taste or two before they're at their optimal crunchiness.
I love the colours you used - and that corrugated background just lets them all pop!