What a gorgeous day it was yesterday! Beautiful sunshine, hardly any wind and 65 degree's out! The snow has all disappeared and, yes, our road is a mess again! It rained last night too which just adds to the soupy mess!
Today is the last blog post for my Easter Basket series:
Pictured above is the Easter Basket that I sent to Kadie for the door prize for her down line meeting!
And, here's the tag that I made for the basket. A Sweet little bunny!
die cut the flower tag from Stampin' Up's Blushing Bride Designer
Series Paper using the largest die in SU's Flower Frames Collection
Using SU's Friends & Flowers Stamp Set, I stamped the bunny head and ears on SU's Shimmery White Cardstock using Black Memento Ink.
I punched out the bunny's head using SU's 1-3/8" Circle Punch and the bunny's ears using SU's Festive Flower Builder Punch.
I water colored the outside of the bunny's ears and the bunny's face using one of SU's Aqua Painters and SU Mint Macaron Ink. For the inside of the bunny's ears, I used SU's Blushing Bride Ink.
I added some of SU's Crystal Effects for the bunny's nose to make it stand out.
Using Blushing Bride Ink and the small round stamp in SU's Balloon Builder's Stamp Set, I stamped the bunny's cheeks, stamping off once onto scrap paper and then stamping without re-inking onto the bunny.
After the bunny head, ears and Crystal Effects were dry, I adhered the ears to the head using Mono Multi-Purpose Glue.
I had a piece of a SU Dotted Cone Cello Bag left over and used it to make a bow tie by tying it up with some of SU's Retired Mossy Meadow Bakers Twine. I adhered the bow to the bunny using a rolled up Glue Dot.
I adhered the bunny to the flower tag using SU's Stampin' Dimensionals.
Using SU's 1/8" Handheld Punch, I punched a hole in the top petal of the tag and used some Retired Tangelo Twist Thick Bakers Twine to tie the tag to the basket and into a pretty bow.
That's all I have for today! Come back tomorrow and I'll show you a little chick Easter card. Have a great day!
recently discovered that people are using my cards and/or projects,
duplicating them and entering them into challenges. My cards and
projects are my own creations and are not to be used in challenges or
sold at craft shows; etc., for profit. I don't mind if you duplicate my
creativity to pass on to family members or friends as gifts or Occasions
cards; but, Please be considerate of others creativity! Thank you!
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