Alice and her Easter Bunnies

Hellooo to anyone calling in today. Great to have your company.

Well it has been a gorgeous day, weather wise, but I have done absolutely nothing! I really must get outside and do some jobs around the garden. It’s starting to look pretty out there with the spring flowers in bloom and the leaves starting to bud. A small blessing to be appreciated especially at the moment.

I wanted to make a couple of cards but I had an idea for an Easter digital project and that sort of took over. I bought some new digi kits before Christmas and this is the first chance I have had to play with them. It turned out very much as I pictured it in my head. That doesn’t usually happen.

Credits for digi elements Holliewood Studios and Itkuppilli Imaginarium – Mischief Circus

This grey/blue is my favourite colour and I really liked it in the background and as a contrast to “Alice”.

That’s all from me today. I will be back soon with some card making and paper crafts.

Thanks for looking.

Love and Light,

Flo x

6 thoughts on “Alice and her Easter Bunnies

  1. Oh Flo, you’re so creative. I love the stopwatch for the eye and the tattoo, and it all feels very ethereal. I don’t know how you did it but I know I love it. Looking forward to your next creation
    Kal x

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    1. Hi Kal, Thank you for calling in and for your lovely comments. Alice comes as a whole digi element in the kit. So the stop watch was already there but I did make her into cool Alice and gave her a tattoo! LOL! The digi kits are like old style paper decoupage but instead of paper they are digital. You just build up the elements and layers using a photo maniuplation programme. Great to have you in blogland…Someone needs to keep her ladyship in order!! LOL! Take care, hugs Flo xx


  2. Though I’m not a digi girl (really don’t know nothing about digi art!..), I love your result, it’s very beautiful and imaginative Flo. And Easter is a great occasion to play with your kit! 🙂
    Oodles of hugs Coco xx


  3. I love seeing your digital work! This one is beautiful, quirky and I just love the comtrast in the moody background with she and the bunnies! Stay safe and hugs, Gerrina


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