Hey there scrappy friends!!  It’s Kathy Mosher back to share another Easter layout with my 2 sweet Grandsons.  This photo was taken about 4 years ago, they look so grown up.  The theme of the page is that the Chocolate Easter Bunny knocked over the basket at the top left of the page and out tumbled the eggs down through the middle and landed at the bottom ready to be picked up and put into the other basket.  I used lots of Creative Embellishments chipboard, so let’s get started!!!

I used papers from an old Bo Bunny paper collection published in 2016 called “Secret Garden” designed just for Easter/Spring which was ripped and curled.  Here comes the first Easter Basket which is 1 of 3 in the set and 1 of 2 that I used on this layout.  I painted it in a bright brass color.  Inside the basket are the Flourish Eggs which I painted with different colors of acrylic paints.

Sitting right next to that basket and knocking it over is one of the Chocolate Easter Bunnies.  This little Bunny is one of 3 in a set which I heat embossed with a bronze embossing powder from Lindy’s Stamp Gang.  I tied a little ribbon around his neck for his Easter Sunday Best!

Down the page are gorgeous Flourish Eggs, some that have cutout swirls and others that just have swirls embossed on them all in different sizes.  I have painted them different colors.

At the end of the egg roll is the 2nd Easter Basket from the set and it is painted another bright yellow.  I had fun filling it with the new chipboard piece that is a giant Carrot which comes in a set of five with the leafy tops attached.  So much fun!  I also added the furry critter into the basket which is a Bunny to eat the carrot.


Down at the far left side is the other mischievous Chocolate Easter Bunny, who is just hanging out in the grass looking to score some jelly beans.  He is heat embossed as well with Lindy’s embossing powder.

We still have jelly beans in my house, the kids never get tired of them.  Hope you enjoyed todays adventure and will stop back.  Till then here is a Big Alaska Bear Hug!!!  Stay safe, healthy, and home!!!

Kathy Mosher