Sunday, February 21, 2010

Anyone For Anya? Ooh ooh! Pick Me!

Heehee!
Happy Sunday everyone! I apologize if this post is a bit late, I stayed up late cheering on my winter  honey crush hero Apolo last night in Short Track. ;) Thank you all for yesterday's comments - Gabby LOVED the surprise and all the cyber love!

A few weeks ago I was honored to be asked to Guest Design for the Anyone For Anya? Challenge site. Thank you Dawny and company! This week we are challenging you all to Something Completely Different: Try a technique, fold, something that you haven't done before but have been wanting to do.

I finally had the chance to do a different fold using a very Spring image from The Greeting Farm.



Easter Anya is sooo cute! I had her last year when she came out as a digi and knew she'd be perfect for a spring card. ;) I used my Martha Stewart punches for the background and foreground (picket fence and grass), as well as paper by K&Co. I even cut out some eggs to tuck into the grass. heehee!


Come on over and play along with us! I have a full 2 weeks with Anyone For Anya and would love to see you there. Have a wonderful Sunday everyone and enjoy the rest of your weekend!
~*Aloha

7 comments:

Mrs Weyremaster said...

This is so cool, gotta love Easter Anya, and Spring Cards, one of my favourite folds :)

Enjoy the rest of your weekend
Suzi
xxx

Sheri (a.k.a PaperCrafty) said...

Darling card, Joni!! I love Easter Anya!! The spring fold looks so fun and I love how you decorated it with the grass & eggs!!

Rhonda Miller said...

Joni, what a great card. I love it. That is a cute image.

Sparkle said...

Such an adorable card! Kindof sad he only got bronze, but at least he still got a metal!

Jenny said...

Hey girl! We must be on the same wavelength... I just made a box using the same items- same Anya, picket fence, grass, etc.! Your card came out very cute!

Jenny
crazyforpaper.blogspot.com

Maylee said...

This is so cute! Love the way you've used the fence and grass punch for the background.

WickedPixie said...

Joni, this is SO adorable! I love your use of the punches! :-)Traci