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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Bunny Love

A new-to-me challenge blog is Crafty Creations. When I happened upon it through Peggy's blog and saw that the latest challenge was to use bunnies, I thought it was perfect timing with Easter cards needing to be made!


The image is a Studio G clear stamp I received as part of a prize package from a comment contest on Splitcoast Stampers. To add a little extra wow, I embossed it in my new and very cool holographic embossing powder. Then I framed the image using the frame from this tutorial, also at Splitcoast Stampers. (The talented Emily used a variation on the frame for this card.) I tried pink twine in the corner first, but the twine had just a little too much red to go with the pink in the image. The lilac twine turned out to be just right.
I hope to be back soon with some more bunny cards soon... Easter is not that far away!

Supplies: white & purple cardstock, Studio G bunny love stamp, Colorbox orchid pigment ink, holographic embossing powder, Twinery lilac twine Pin It Now!

8 comments:

Saskia said...

Beautiful card, so elegant! Lovely to see your work at Crafty Creations Challenge! Thanks for joining us and good luck!

Greetings, Saskia
(guest designer)

Angela said...

Ooh, I love your holographic pink bunnies! The frame is the perfect touch as well.
Bunny love, indeed.

Karin said...

Your frame looks great and I love the pink bunnies too :)

Nana Donna said...

Cute card, love the bunnies and the embossing. Thanks so much for playing along at Crafty Creations and hope to you again in the future

Emily Leiphart said...

Lindsey, this is so cute! Now I want to go eat pink chocolate bunnies. ;) The purple frame looks great and I love the way you threaded the twine through the frame.

marilynprestonn said...

Darling image Lindsey! I was thrilled to see you enter the Crafty Creations Challenge this week and my first hosting too.

Love your pink bunnies, what clean and crisp look for Easter. Thank you for playing, made me smile inside. :)Peggy

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

LOOOOOOOVE this little card! That frame is soooooo amazing! Thanks for the link to the tutorial! And that holographic embossing powder--MUST HAVE! Thanks for sharing:) You are super talented!!!

Thanks for always making my day with your sweet comments! BLESSINGS!

Meg said...

Wow, that holographic embossing powder is so sparkly and fun!!! Love your use of the frame and twine, too.