Bunnies, bunnies everywhere!
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Today we have BUNNIES!!!! These cuties come from the Jellybean Kisses Stamp Set from Craftin Desert Divas. They are always so cute and adorable. This is a fairly easy card to make so you will it will not be too long of a post.
Here are the items you will need to make this card:
Step 1: Make your background images
Lets begin by stamping out our three bunnies in random locations on the white card stock.
You will need all of the following Copic colors to color the images on your card:
E000, E31, C01, BG11, BG13, Y00, Y11 YR23, R81, B32, BV00, E81, C3 and C9. Click on the image below to enlarge.
Once you have colored in all of your images, you will then die cut this with the largest of the Fancy Frames Dies. This will give you a lovely scalloped edge and stitched detailing along the boarder.
Step 2: There Can Never Be Enough Glitter
Step 3: Let's Lay It Down
Crafters often ask me how I lay down my card with such ease when using Double Sided Adhesive. first lets set some 1/2" Score Tape on the back of the card all along the edges. As you can see from the picture below, I lift up the edges on opposite corners and fold them back.
Step 5: The Finishing Touches.
We are down to the last leg of this card making project. First make your banner die cut and stamp the "Ester" Sentiment. I colored around the edge of my banner, this is optional. I adhered the banner to the card using 3D foam. I did the same with my "Happy" sentiment (had to cut down the 3D foam to fit) and placed it right above my banner. Finally I made a cute bow using Easter themed ribbon and adhered that with 3D foam as well.
Now you're all set and ready to send. I hope you have enjoyed this post!
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