Saturday, 26 March 2016

A final Easter card

I almost forgot to blog this Easter card:
I used:

- 4" x 5.75" white card blank, with a teeny bit trimmed off the bottom so that the fancy die cut sits at the very edge

- image from LOTV's 'Bunnies' paper pad, die cut using a Spellbinders 'Labels Eight' die. Leaving the die cut still in the die I then ran a ball ended tool round to create the 'lipped edge'

- the sentiment stamp I used is an old favourite by Pink Gem Designs, stamped using SU's 'Certainly Celery' ink

- piece of white card stock, die cut using a Spellbinders 'Labels Eight Decorative' die

- glued the layers onto the card front and called it done

Di
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23 comments:

  1. And done it is. Very cute. bunnies are a sore point at the moment. I hope Parsnip has learnt his lesson. Hugs Mrs A.

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    1. Yup, Parsnip was shouting for Huey down the big white porcelain telephone all through the night - I just told him that choklit bunny ears were not for little white bear's consumption and closed the door on him. He has to learn the hard way!
      xxx

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  2. This is so adorable! Kids are away camping for since last week. They return on Ester Monday just b4 supper. I am such a bad Grandma that I never even git them a card made. I was going to make them tonight and give them with their candy on Monday. Good thinkg I have that wee bit of grace on the date!

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  3. Oh, so cute and elegant, too! Cute LOTV bunny and this embossed frame is just wonderful!
    Have a sweet, happy and paceful Easter!
    Hugs

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  4. Such a happy bunny - lovely card. Shame the same can't be said of today's weather!!

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  5. A lovely cute card - I used this image for most of my Easter cards this year too!
    Kath x

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  6. What a gorgeous card Di, that lipped edge is just delightful. Happy Easter my friend xx

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  7. Adorable image & lovely die cut . . . what's not to like? Its wonderful. Xxx

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  8. Fabulous card, so cute. Great tip about using the ball tool. Cara x

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  9. So cute, Di.
    Happy Easter :)

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  10. Lovely card Di, but is he a hoppy bunny or a mad March hare? :) x

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  11. Very nice card thanks for sharing!!!

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  12. Hi Di this is a gorgeous Easter card. I love the image you have used. Happy Easter. Hugs Jackie

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  13. Maybe I better go outside and jump over some Daffodils. Just not feeling this holiday, but I sure do love your card! Could sure use some bunny hugs. :}

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  14. This is very pretty Di and love that cute Easter bunny image jumping over the Daffodils and the ornate die cut frame works perfectly and also the great idea of using a ball tool to shape the edge of the image mat. x

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  15. Fab card Di, such a cute image and I love the label dies you have used together.
    Janice x

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  16. Super card, Di. Such a cute image and I love the dies you've used. Great tip for using the ball tool too. xx

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  17. Great image and some fabulous dies.

    Kath x

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  18. He's a cutie pie, Di, and an excellent high jumper!! I love all the texture and details! Happy Easter, my friend!! I hope you're feeling great! Hugs, Darnell

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  19. Gorgeous hoppy card
    Happy Easter to you Di and your family
    big hug Tamara

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  20. Love your card! The image looks so cool with that fabulous die! Happy Easter! xxx

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  21. He's too cute. I'm glad you didn't forget him.

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