My New Easter Bunny

I received my new Inkadinkado Easter Bunny stamp this weekend and had to do a quick card with him. This card is 4.25" square.

I started by stamping the Easter Bunny in Black Stazon on Pearlized White Paper Accents paper. I then matted on some green paper from my Phoebe 6x6 Basic Grey paper pad and then colored in with prismacolors and odorless mineral spirits.

Next I stamped Happy Easter from the Cat's Pajamas in Black Stazon on Pearlized White and punched the corners with my corner rounder and matted on the same green paper. Then I pulled out my paper piercer and punched holes all around the images.

I then used my Bloomin Cuttlebug embossing folder on Whisper White and Pixie Pink. I then inked the white with Celery Stampin Pastels and tied a ribbon to finish it off.

7 comments

  1. He is CAAAAAA-UTE!! I love the CB BG, the smaller size card, the rounded corners, the grass...the fact he is grey; not like every other brown or white bunny out there! He screams "I am ORIGINAL"!!!

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  2. Totally adorable Miss Julee!! Isn't he just the cutest stamp?? I love all the textures to your cards!! What an artiste!!! Great job!

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  3. This is so cute! I love the colors you used and the Cuttlebugging just MAKES it! I love it!

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  4. Supah cute! This has to be one of the cutest little bunny stamps that I have seen. Love all the CB embossing (like how you used to different colors) and all the piercing!

    Hey and I was reading on Cindy Lou Who's blog, you're guys are doing a VSN pre-party on SCS this weekend? I'll be watching for challenges (hopefully I'll get to play). Saturday will kind of be a wasted day (I have a workshop that I'm doing and then my husbands company is taking everyone out to dinner), but I'll try to play late in the evening! :-)

    Thanks for sharing your amazing talent!

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  5. A very fun Easter card. Love that bunny. Ida

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  6. You are a holiday bonanza...look how quickly you switched from St. Patty's day to Easter! Nice job!

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  7. Great idea to use the different colors in the Bug....I haven't tried it yet...but tomorrow I will! Love your new bunny!
    Jeanne

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