If you are reading this and you are my eldest daughter –
STOP reading right now!!!
Grab that mouse and click to another page!
I’m going to be talking about a surprise that’s on the way to you.
Is she gone?
You may remember that my daughter lives with her husband in Europe and that she LOVES the Easter “Peeps”. (There’s a funny story about our efforts to send her some last Easter. You can find it here.)
This year, I found a new way to celebrate her fondness for peeps – I made her an Easter card.
Notice the little rubber stamp in the top right of this photo? When I saw that stamp, I just had to buy it.
Here is my “peeps” card! It’s fairly small – about 4″ x 5″. To make the envelope, I took apart an old white one, and then used it as a template for the striped paper.
I don’t think she’ll mind if I show you the inside . . .
(Tulips are her favorite flower!)
Gosh, it was fun to do.
I must try to find the time to play with paper more often!