Tomorrow is Easter. That shouldn’t sound strange to me, but it does. It’s different this year, but you know that already. Even though we can’t go to church to celebrate, I hope each of you and your families will celebrate Easter. Our traditions will need to be adjusted this year with on-line, virtual church services. Maybe some of you will host an Easter meal with your extended family on Zoom or Skype. We may all be physically separated, but let’s remember one thing that is certain – We are all in this together!
The picture in the banner is from our garden. The flowers are small and delicate and are adding incredible beauty to our yard. They remind me of the beauty that surrounds us every day.
I have been going through ups and downs as far as feeling creative. Some days, I have bursts of creative energy and spend time playing in my craft room. My most recent accomplishment is finishing four Paper Pumpkin kits! And, my craft room is definitely looking a lot tidier than it usually does 🙂
One thing I’ve noticed about the cards that I’ve been making lately is that I am enjoying using products that I haven’t used in many months. The Easter card below is a great example of that. It combines some current products with some retired, but still great, products. I hope you are finding time to create. It truly is great therapy!
Happy Easter to each of you and your families. Remember how blessed we all are. And, remember to thank so many people who are the front lines providing medical help, keeping our food supply available, teaching our children remotely, and keeping our spirits lifted.
The items shown below are the current products that I used to make my Easter card. I also used the retired Crosses of Hope stamp set and the Framed Tulips embossing folder.
Keep stamping and stay inky!