Playing around with my Tree Tops stamp set from Papertrey and came up with an Easter card.
LOVE the solid circles you can use to fill in the open-circled tree top. I used hot pink for the outline circles and filled in with light pink because the pink trees in Ohio right now are scrumptious looking and the very image of Easter that I most love...living trees with beautiful pastel blooms full of hope and promise for fruit and life!
The ground was made with an old Hero Arts circle border stamp, and the sentiment is from PTI's Sign Language.
Then, of course, I blinged it. Happy sigh.
For some Christians, the old rugged cross best represents Easter, but on Easter morning at my hometown church, the wooden cross is completely frosted with living flowers to make this point: that the bare wood of torturous death was transformed into our salvation and eternal life.
He arose, and He's inviting us to follow!
If that doesn't necessitate bling, I don't know what does.