Yep, I just returned from a few days down south and was able to visit a lot of stamp and scrapbooking shops while I was there. I made a pilgrimage to the A Muse store on Greenwood, in the north end of Seattle. Funny little store with a BIG backend filled with stamps, etc. to be shipped. But they have every A Muse and Elzybells stamp known to man. And good prices for a Canadian shopper!
The casino wasn't bad either, but I wish it was non-smoking. It did, however, help to improve my shopping trip significantly! Before I left, I did a couple of other Easter cards which I will post below. The first is a quicky little number coloured with Copics a splash of Spica pen for glitter. The paper is all SU including the green dotted from a retired paper pad.
The second one is a religious Easter card. It can be really hard to find a nice religious image these days but this one struck a cord. Simple and meaningful.
BG Infused. It seems to enhance the simple rugged cross and spare Easter lilies. It seems to reflect the meaning of the passion and the simplicity of the message of Christ's Resurrection. The rest of the paper is SU certainly celery and purely pomegranate. The ribbon is the now retired burgundy satin ribbon with some raspberry dewdrops on the image. The image is also coloured with copics and with a little Stickles .