Thursday, March 8, 2012

Peter Cottontail.......

Hi there......poppin in to share a sweet little Easter card....very simple to make.  Easter is now less than a month away...can't believe it!  


I started with my cardstock and I chose some springy papers and adhered them using my fave glue Scrap Happy glue.  I did a bit of stitching around the edges and a bit of inking for an aged appearance.  


I then got out the Background Basics 2 and the Easter Greetings stamp.  I stamped my diecut bunny with the background basics polka dots using a light pink for a subtle look and than added some You're So Fine Clear Diamond Glitter for some subtle glimmer.  

 

It was than time to adhere the bunny. I diecut a banner shape and stamped my Easter greetings to it and adhered it.  I added a picket fence and some paper fringe for "grass".... the topping was then some yummy ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon.  A few stick pins and I was done!  

These would be easy to make in sets or more for special toppings on some Easter treat baskets.  Try using one of the other background basic sets for a different pattern too!  

Well that is it for me today!  Thanks for letting me share!  

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7 comments:

Auntie Em said...

Your card is so sweet! I love the sparkly bunny and the pretty Easter Grass under him. The fence is a cute idea.
Thanks for sharing this pretty confection! :)

Kristine Reynolds said...

Great project! Love the ribbon tail!

MicheleC said...

Beautiful! I love the glittered bunny and the sentiment goes perfectly with it. Great job! TFS

Karen T said...

so so cute!! - It definitely says spring! Love the bunny :)

TesaB said...

YAY!!!!! SOOOOO CUTE!!!!! What a darling bunny!!!

reneabouquets said...

So sweet and perfect for this time of year! Love that bunny!

Irit Shalom said...

So cute! Love this springy colors