Friday, March 15, 2019

Bunny Kisses

Happy Friday Cottage Cutz fans.  It's Jeanne today with a quick, graphic Easter card.  I love cards that I can easily make multiples of and this is one of them.
I started by cutting an A2 card base from green card stock, a white panel 5 3/8 x 4 1/8 inches and a gingham panel 5 1/4 x 4 inches.
I then cut a complete set of bunnies from both blue and pink card stock using the Spring Bunnies Trio die.
Because I only needed one bunny for this card I now have extras I can use to make more of the same card (or design a new one!)
I used the largest blue bunny with pink ears and cut a frame using the middle of the Stitched Wide Circle Frames.
I cut an opening in the gingham panel using the middle of the Stitched Circle dies.  Since I used gingham it was fairly easy to get the circle equidistant from the top and right side by counting the squares.
Then I lightly traced the circle on the white panel so I would know where to place my bunny.
I glued it down, added the pink ears and used a pen to color the eyes and nose. I also erased the pencil line although it really wasn't necessary.
After I added the top panel and the frame, the pencil would not have been seen anyway.
I cut the sentiment from green card stock that matched the base and used a self adhesive sheet on the back.  I find this makes it easier to adhere thin sentiments to my card.
I used foam tape to adhere the assembled panel to the card and added some sequins in a matching purple.

This card is simple to make and with cutting the multiple bunnies at one time you could easily make several cards quickly.

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Thanks for stopping by today.  I hope you have a fun and creative weekend!


Sukie said...

Absolutely adorable! The sweet bunny is so cute peeking out of the circle window design! The gingham paper is so cute too!

Janja said...

Really cute!

Mary Marsh said...

love your CAS style Jeanne- the design on this is sweet and I love - love - love the gingham paper so perfect for an Easter card