Isn't that bunny just the cute-est little thing??
I found him in the stamp brush set Holiday Blitz in My Digital Studio . (Did you know that Stampin' Up! changed the name of this to MDS and reduced the price all the way down to $19.95???!!!)
As always in MDS, I chose all my colors. I then added the mats around our little bunny in Easter-y colors. And printed it out on card stock on my printer. You get truer Stampin' Up! colors by having it printed through Stampin' Up!'s print service. But, I needed instant gratification. I don't plan well enough that I could wait for them to be printed and sent to me.
Anyway, I completed this hybrid card by cutting out the bunny image using one of the Framelits from the Window Frames Collection. I added that atop the largest Framelit from the Apothecary Accents. Even after I embossed the Tempting Turquoise card front with the Vintage Wallpaper Embossing Folder, it just seemed like it needed something more. That something more came from the wonderful Ovals Collection Framelits in the form of a plain white oval set horizontally. Perfect.
I added some paper piercing around the edges of the yellow Framelit using the Essentials Paper-Piercing Pack and a cute little yellow flower button.
Linda this is a beautiful card! Your cards blow mine out of the water! I posted on my blog looking for a guest blogger who is competent in stamping (unlike me). If you are interested let me know.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the invite, Maria! I am working hard on my guest post for your blog. Life keeps getting in the way. :>)Delete
It's a great card. I love the bunny and how you used all the dies for that great background.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Christina. :>)Delete
Why, thank you, Cathy! :>)Delete
Happy Easter! I love all of your linkups this week. I am wondering if my mum would enjoy an online Stampin Up course as a present. I'll have to look into that.ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up :)
Sarah @ A Cat-Like Curiosity
Thanks, Sarah! If you would like to order the online course for your mum - - think of me, OK? :>)Delete
Happy Easter....linking up from the Meet & Greet blog hop. I love your sight and will follow you here or pinterest or Etsy.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Karen! I am so happy to hear that! :>)Delete
What a sweet little bunny! Thanks for sharing this on The HomeAcre Hop! See you Thursday on the next hop!ReplyDelete
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I thought that little bunny was adorable too! :>)Delete
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What a cute bunny and card!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for linking up at the Real Family Fun link party! Hope to see you next week.
Thank you, KC! :>)Delete
I'm visiting from the No Rules Weekend Blog Party, and this came out cute. I like to get special cards...seems to be getting to rare in my circles. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks! I really like to make my cards special. :>)Delete
Cute card! I love that shade of blue! Cute little bunny! Thanks for sharing @ Submarine Sunday!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Tonna! And thanks for letting me continue to link up! :>)Delete
The blue and yellow are so pretty together and look like Spring. Thanks for linking up.ReplyDelete
Thanks! I thought spring too when I put it together! :>)Delete
Beautiful! I love looking at the cards you make :-) Thank you for sharing at our ALL MY BLOGGY FRIENDS party ! Hope to see you tomorrow again :-)ReplyDelete
Thanks, Linda. You are always so supportive! :>)Delete
Well he just hops right out of that card with all those lucious layers!! How cute!! The colors are great too..very happy and bright!ReplyDelete
Hop! Hop! Thanks! :>)Delete
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