I’m having more fun with this gorgeous Easter bunny and today, my card has been inspired by 3 different challenges. This is the most amount of challenges I’ve combined at once. The colours are from the Colour Inkspiration #ci138 challenge and they reminded me of spring so of course that led me to the Global Design Project #gdp383 challenge. Bunnies, butterflies, Easter eggs – it was perfect for this theme.
Then to add a little more interest into the mix I played along with the TGIF Layered Shapes challenge #tgifc409.
I started off by colouring in the bunny in neutral colours. Then I moved onto the Stitched Circle which was blended with Highland Heather ink. For some extra detail, I stamped the text from the Quiet Meadow stamp set on top. This particular image is one of my favourites. I love the vintage look which adds so much character.
For the layered shapes I die cut some Stitched Rectangles and added them in an uneven arrangement on my card and layered it on a Basic White panel embossed with one of our brand new Basics 3D Embossing Folders.
I cut my sentiment stamp in half (it gives me more possibilities) and stamped it on the banner die cuts from the All That dies. Then I added some blending over a mask for a subtle pattern over the sentiment.
A little fussy cut butterfly and some embellishments complete my triple challenge card. I hope you have liked it and you might consider purchasing the Easter Bunny bundle for your Easter projecgts. If you want to know any details please get in touch with me.
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Oh what fun I’ve had creating this card using the cute Easter Bunny stamp set. I just got it in my latest Stampin’ Up! delivery and it’s the first time I’m playing with it.
I stamped the bunny in Sahara Sand and then coloured with Watercolor Pencils. For the body I used Crushed Curry with Early Espresso and Basic Gray adding some highlights and shadows. I added some Rich Razzleberry for a pink tint on her cheeks, ears and feet.
I stamped and coloured the left side of the body a second time. Fussy cutting and layering on top of the heart which had some Stampin’ Dimensionals under to pop it up, makes it look like the bunny is gifting a heart in keeping with our Love theme for the Global Design Project Challenge GDP379.
The soft floral Designer Series Paper added a lovely touch for this cute bunny card which uses the sketch at Freshly Made Sketches FMS571.
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Hello and welcome to our Stamping Inkspirations blog hop. Today I’m sharing with you an Upright Z-Fold Easter Card.
This is a simple fun fold to create. Cardstock is 10.5cm x 29.6cm scored at 7.4cm and 14.8cm. I love the sweet surprise when you open this card up.
I used the Sweet Symmetry Designer Series Paper to decorate the card. The inside panel was cut at an angle so the flowers were ‘leaning’ behind the bunny. I coloured the bunny in with Soft Suede and Petal Pink using a Blender Pen to lightly fill in the image.
A scalloped border was added in front of the bunny to resemble it sitting amongst flowers.
As the card doesn’t stand up I added a label folded in half to the top. The back half was adhered to the back of the card and just a little bit on the front top was glued on. The front centre panel will then tuck in under this to sit upright.
This fun fold is quick to create and would make a beautiful card to give someone this coming Easter. I hope you give it a try. A list of products I have used is at the bottom of this post. Several of these products are retiring and only available while supplies last.
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Last week we had so much fun creating 4 cute cards with the Easter Friends stamp set. These sweet images just make me smile.
This was one of the cards we made with this darling ducky who looks like she’s doing a happy dance!
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Hello, It’s time for our Stampers Showcase Blog Hop and although not Spring in Australia, who doesn’t love flowers through the year to brighten up their day? With Easter only a week away, I just had to make an Easter card with lovely colourful flowers from the Flowers for Every Season Designer Series Pack.
This layout would work really well to use up your DSP scraps. This pack of DSP is perfect for our spring theme.
To create this card, I cut 3 panels at 3.5cm and 2 panels at 2cm. First glue your 3 floral panels onto your base card then add the 2 dotted strips on top.
I had a piece of embossed cardstock laying on my desk and it was a little bit short to fit across my card. So I cut it about 2/3 of the way down and hid the join under the focal image. This is a great way to s-t-r-e-t-c-h paper!
Both the square dies I’ve used on this card are from sets that are retiring. These are really handy to have in your craft stash. I have used both these sets so many times and I love the stitching on the Stitched Shapes Dies. I stamped the scalloped square with the long fill-in image from the Friends are Like Seashells stamp set, stamping off twice to achieve a softer shade of Daffodil Delight.
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Thank you for stopping by my blog, Stamping Flair today. I’m an independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrator in Melbourne, Australia. Our theme this month is Easter or spring. I’ve opted for the Easter part but it could easily pass for a spring project.
I haven’t got many of the current Easter stamps so I thought I’d go for a 3D project. You know all that time we spend on Pinterest? I found this really cute basket tutorial from Rachel at The Little Blue Room. There are so many baskets that can be made but I just found this one a little bit different and it is so easy to make.
I’ve used the beautiful Subtles range of Designer Series Paper as it had just the right colours for my Easter baskets.
How to Make the Basket
Start with a 6″ x 6″ piece of paper
Score on all sides at 2″ and burnish the score lines
Cut up the centre score lines (as shown in image)
Mark the 1″ point of the centre side panels with a pencil (halfway mark of the section that has been cut). Now cut from this point to the corners to form the triangles on both ends.
Cut the other 4 sections into 3 equal parts (as close as you can get)
Take a 1/4″ off sections 2 and 3, counting from the outer end
To assemble – Take the longest strips and glue together. Then glue the second row and third row.
Finally glue the triangle over it.
Die cut a circle from the Tasteful labels dies, fold in half and adhere over the centre
Cut a 2, 1/2″x6″ strips of cardstock. Use a bone folder to curve it then adhere to basket.
I used a sponge dauber to ink the edges of the paper in the coordinating ink colour which added extra depth. The small blooms were punched out from the Rainbow Glimmer Paper which offered me every colour I needed for my baskets.
I hope you have enjoyed this fun project and please let me know if you give it a try. Click on the Next blog button to view the beautiful work of Lisa Mackey.
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