I used the Basic Grey Kioshi papers - from the 6 by 6 paper pad for everything except the birdie. The paper on the birdie is from Stampin Up.
I used all stamps from SP & Company's Easter Eggy stamp set.
I started off with the eggs. The set comes with a simple outline egg that I used to stamp 3 patterned papers from the Basic Grey Kioshi collection (the 6 by 6 paper pad) I then cut them out. The other 2 eggs are more plain papers from the collection that I used the patterned eggs in the stamp set for. The 2 patterned eggs are the green one in the top left and the blue one in the bottom right.
I knew I wanted to create a scene. So I used the same papers to create a blue sky and some green grass. The grass was punched using a Martha Stewart punch.
After arranging my eggs with these elements I started working on my little chick. I stamped her in orange directly onto the blue sky paper. That gave me her beak and her feet. Then I stamped her twice onto some yellow patterned paper from Stampin' Up. I cut her whole body once, and then just her top wing again. I attached the top wing with a pop dot. I stamped her one more time in blue onto white cardstock to create her eye color.
I wanted the little chickie to be saying hi to one of her friends. So, I got brave and freehand cut a speech bubble. It's far from perfect, but it worked. I outlined the edges of it with a blue marker, and then stamped the sentiment in purple.
I finished off with some nice green satin ribbon and some very subtle stitching around the edges of the card. I am really in love with this stamp set and I can't wait to do more with it :)