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Easter bunny card idea


I've got an Easter card for you today using my favorite egg dies as the base. I love this Di's Digi Stamps Bunny image. So much so, it's the second time I've used it – something I rarely do. Do you like today's version or the first one better? Paper is of the discount store variety (aka Shani's Standard) and the embellishments are limited to a no-brand die-cut border and pearls. The sentiment was created with Bickley Script font.

Supply List
Paper – cardstock, patterened paper
Digital stamp – Di's Digi Stamps Bunny
Color – Caran d'Ache Luminance 6901 pencils
Dies – Xcut egg dies, no-brand border die
Embellishments – pearls
Font – Bickley Script

I'm linking up with: Di's Digi Challenge Tic-Tac-Toe (3 in a row) – Sentiment/Digi Image/Pearls

6 comments

  1. This is so adorable!!! That bunny is so sweet and the egg shape is just perfect to go along with it!! Your paper is beautiful, too. Thanks for playing with Di's Digi Designs.

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  2. Fantastic card - this cute little bunny looks great inside his egg. I love your colour combo too..!! Thank you for joining in the challenge at Di's Digis and for using one of Di's images.
    Alison x

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  3. Love the egg-shaped card and the adorable bunny image! There colors on the first bunny card are fresh and Springy! Couldn't pick a favorite as all your creations are fabulous.

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  4. Oh, I like this one better! Love the egg shape, love that it is cut from DP that is perfect for the image, love the repetition of color and love the paper lace-ribbon with the pearls. It is simple and super effective! Thumbs up, Shani!
    ~ginny

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  5. I think both versions are adorable and I refuse to pick a favourite! (: I love the shape and that paper is so pretty. Such a perfect sentiment too.

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  6. Elle est très mimi Shani! Ça me fais plaisir de revenir et trouver tes jolis projets.. il est mignon ce lapin !
    Bisous

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