Friday, April 6, 2012

Bunny getting away

Look at all these bunnies trying to get away. These are my takes on the bunny card I saw over on Go check out her site, you will enjoy.  I did a combination of printmaster, punches & MTC.  The bunny itself was made from punches - body is 1-3/4" circle punch, feet are large oval & small oval punch, toes are pink bic marker, tail is largest flower from SU boho blossom punch & is attached with dimensional. I cut the grass & Happy Easter on the two right ones with my Expression & MTC.  Inside the card is the bunny peeking thru to wish everyone a "Hippity Hoppity Easter".  I got the bunny face from a file on the MTC gallery & tweeted it some.

Sorry so long.  Hope everyone has a wonderful Easter.  Enjoying the Easter bunny & all his goodies are always fun but also remember the reason for Easter, Christ's resurrection.  God Bless.


  1. Really cute cards. I love them. I just wanted to share with you that you were the winner for yesterday's daily contest over at scrapping with lisa designs. You get the ant file sent to you. Remember this is a file that is not yet in my store and won't be for awhile. I was looking at your projects and they are very cute. I was wondering if you would like to join my design team? Let me know and I will add you to our team. Oh I forgot to tell you that I need your email addy so I can send you your free file. Thanks, Lisa

  2. Hello Angie Thanks for stopping by my blog today and for the encouraging comment! Just ran through your blog love your bunny card and your other projects as well! elcome to blog world Hope to see more from you !!!
    Big Blog Hugs, Janet

  3. These are absolutely adorable and so creative!! Love them!!

    To answer you question on how to make Spellbinders card bases, all you do is fold a piece of paper and place it over the die, making sure you move it down slightly from the top so that the fold doesn't cut. After you run it through, you should have three sides cut and the top fold. Then you cut another of the same die and glue it over the card base so you don't see the fold. Does that make sense?? I hope this helps!! Have a great evening :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts