Thursday, March 7, 2013

Have a Blessed Easter!


It's Friday Eve and in my mind Friday night can't get here fast enough.  I'm hoping that we have a very quiet weekend. Ryan has another show choir competition that is about 90 minutes away, but I'm going to pass on going this week and hopefully work on doing a whole lot of nothing?!  How about you?  Any weekend plans?
 
Before we get to the weekend though, I have a fun CAS card for you for this week's CASology challenge.  Aren't those bunnies too sweet?  I love this set from The Craft's Meow.  I may have whispered in Karen Baker's ear that I would love to have a little more sophisticated and she delivered!  I love the beautiful flourishes on the bunnies.  You can't really see it on the picture but I stamped off each bunny too for a bit more movement.
 
Now if you need a giggle, take a peek at this picture below.  Ryan had another concert on Monday night. This time it was for chorale (concert choir) and show choir.  It was their normal quarterly school concert.  Collin LOVES watching show choir (and I can't wait for him to be in it when he's older) and he was the only one that wanted to come with me.  But...by the time the concert finished and we had been waiting for Ryan and his classmates to tear down the stage, Collin had clearly had enough.  Oh to be nine years old again and when you're feeling a bit exhausted just being able to lay down on the ground exactly where you are!


 

28 comments:

Hannelie said...

That the way Colin!
The colors of your bunnies is just a perfect combination!
Lovely card
xxx

Brandi said...

Your card is gorgeous!

Kristie Goulet said...

Love your card and the picture made me smile. Reminds me of my 6 year old, that is totally something he would do. :)

Kara said...

Love the row of bunnies. The colors remind me of jelly beans. Yum!

sandie said...

oh I really love this Lynn, the bunnies are so sweet and really can see the movement. Sounds like a good idea for the weekend. I am doing the same. Will mail later or tomorrow-hope you are o.k x

~amy~ said...

Such a cute bunny card!

LOL...Collin, is he actually sleeping on the floor? Too funny.

Jenny said...

The bright coloured bunnies lined up are adorable, love the fresh spring colours :0)
I know how Collin feels.... if only I could get away with that sometimes too!!
Jenny x

Barb said...

Oh, my goodness - that floor looks so hard! My neck and shoulders ache just thinking about lying down on that! *giggling*

Love your darling card, Lynn! Those bunnies look so cute in the fun colors you used - wonderful stamping!

Sue Lelli said...

LOVE your colorful bunnies and the twine is the perfect detail! FUNNY photo of Collin just laying on the ground and sleeping! You sure have some GREAT photo opportunities with your boys!

Tracey McNeely said...

To be 9 years old and not a worry in the world, so cute. Now your bunnies are so cute I love the flourishes on them. Thank you so much for sharing with us this week at CASology!

Maureen said...

LOL, Collin cracks me up! Yep, I'll just lay down right here until we're ready to go! What an adorable line up of bunnies in fresh Spring colours :) A whole lot of nothing sounds great! I'm right behind you!

Virginia L. said...

Your bunny card is DARLING! I adore the colors and simplicity!! Collin's photo is too funny--you must add that to your Project Life! What a GREAT brother his is that he wanted to be there to support Ryan!There is the PROOF!

Ardyth Percy-Robb said...

Wow, the dimension you got from double stamping is amazing! Love the bright colours, too! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CASology this week, Lynn!

Marisa said...

Love the bunnies and their wonderful colours. Had a giggle at Colin - have a boy who would do the same thing, and I think I could too LOL! Hang in there - Friday is a coming!!

wienerhoneymooners said...

This card is my FAVE so far! Just pastel perfection.

Jinny Newlin said...

Gosh, I wish my nine-year-old could to that. Adina would but not my Ezekiel. He's too afraid he'll miss something spectacular ;).

LOVE the gradient effect of your bunnies, Lynn! I need to get started on some Easter creations. That's right around the corner. Isn't it?! Hugs!

Aimes said...

Happy Friday Eve, Lynn! :)
I love the pairing of those spring colours with that sophisticated bunny (Karen certainly designed a beauty of a bunny there!)
Oh how I wish I could just crash out on the floor like that at times...!
Hugs!
x

Maureen Merritt said...

Oh Lynn, that is too cute. Both your card AND your son, LOL! Kids are too funny! I too love the sophisticated bunnies, the flourishes and the sentiment! Thanks for playing along with us at CASology!

Sara Mac said...

Oh my gosh, that picture of Collin made me bust out laughing. I totally know that feeling and wish I could get away with that sometimes.

Love the bunny card too. Great colors.

Judy1223 said...

Ah, to be nine years old! (Now I look at that floor and think COLD and HARD and HOW WOULD I EVER GET UP?!) Hey, I guess if I was tired enough...

Your card is totally adorable...I love the stamping off effect and the pretty pastel colors you used. Gorgeous! Thanks for playing along at CASology this week!

Jackie said...

Your stamped rabbits are so colorful. The twine adds so much to the Easter look! Love it!

Jenni's Jems said...

A really cheerful and bright card perfect for Easter ! x

Jen W. said...

Love the way you stamped the bunnies, Lynn - they really are elegant with those flourishes. :) Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

And Collin is hilarious!

Melissa said...

What a breath of fresh air to look at this card, Lynn! Love the bright, elegant bunnies and the movement you achieved! All that white space has me smiling! :)
Thanks for joining us at CASology this week!

Melinda Gleissner said...

Wow, I love your rainbow of bunnies and how you grounded them with the twine. Fantastic job!

Ange Kelly said...

Stunning card Lynn! Love these colours ...

Brandi said...

I just knew this was going to get picked. Congrats on the mention!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations, Lynn on the HM at CASology ... splendid bunny card! Anita :)