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Friday, April 9, 2010

Cutter's Creek Bunny Card

I began by printing out my bunny image onto plain white cardstock. Next I traced the egg the bunny is holding onto thin printer paper. Then I traced it through the paper on the opposite side. Then I made my original line a very thick, dark pencil line. I put this paper with the thick line side down on to the back of my American Crafts Glitter Paper. Then I pressed fairly hard and traced the image again and it made a great transfer. Then I cut my egg out of the American Crafts Glitter Paper. Next I colored the bunny’s whiskers black. Then, I adhered the Baby Pink Flower Soft to the bunny’s feet, nose and ears with the Flower Soft Glue. When that was dry I applied the Polar White Flower Soft to the rest of the bunny. When that was dry I applied the glitter egg piece with my Tombow Mono Adhesive. Then I made my card base from a 6” x 12” piece of brown cardstock. Then I cut out my image. I used the Mini Monograms Cricut cartridge to cut out the scalloped circle from the pink gingham paper and used the shadow feature to cut out the brown scalloped circle, both at 5”. Next I cut my paisley paper to 5 ¾” x 5 ¾” and adhered everything to my card base with my Tombow Mono Adhesive. I gave it a little extra dimension by using Pop Up Dots on the back of the bunny. I think this card would be great for many occasions besides Easter, like Birthday, New Baby, or just a Hello!



Product List:

Baby Pink Flower Soft
Polar White Flower Soft
Flower Soft Glue
Bunny Digital Stamp
American Crafts Glitter Paper
Mini Monograms
Pop Up Dots
Tombow Mono Adhesive