Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Fun Bunny Bottom Card

Who doesn't love a cute bunny bottom? This fun card was inspired by a layout made by
Ginni Candelaria . Our Thin Cuts make this super easy to create AND the great news is that our Thin Cuts are on sale this month! See more about the sale at the end of this post.

To make the bunny bottom I used several Thin Cuts. The largest circle for the body, smallest for the tail, medium oval for the feet, smallest heart for the foot pads and a regular hole punch for the little foot pads. Just layer them all together and you can make a bunny bottom as he hops away!

For the background I stamped the grass image from the Easter Animals set. I then used a piece of cardstock for a cloud stencil by cutting some curves along the edge. A sponge was used to swipe ink using the curved edge for the clouds. Move the stencil around and angle it different ways to give a randomness to the clouds. The sentiment was curved a bit on the block before stamping and a pink marker was used to tint the clear sparkles. The lighter side of the bunny cardstock was used for the small foot pads.



A closer look at the tinted sparkles.



All products are Close To My Heart
  • Thin Cuts: Circles, Ovals, Hearts
  • White Cards and Envelopes Value Pack
  • Stamp Set: Easter Animals
  • Exclusive Inks: Glacier, Sweet Leaf, Pewter
  • Cardstock: Pebble
  • Specialty Paper: Bashfull Glitter, White Glitter
  • Clear Sparkles, Tender Pink ShinHan Marker
Other product:
  • Regular style hole punch
If you need a consultant I'd be happy to help.
If you'd like to BE a consultant I can help with that, too.

Thin Cuts are a fantastic way to make crafting easy. This month we have individual Thin Cuts on sale for 25% off and select bundles for 30% off! Click here to see the full selection and the prices.

Have fun creating!
Michelle

#cardmaking #closetomyheart, showandtellwithmichelle #thincuts

Bundle - $36.26 (value of $51.80)
Individual sets - $9.71 each (value of $12.95)

Easter Animals - $13.95)

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