When I first saw the bunny in Polka Dot Parade #1, I knew it would
make perfect Easter cards for my grand nieces and nephews
(and my sons and husband too!!) Once I started working on a layout,
I decided to make little "postcards" instead of traditional cards.
Here's a stack of eleven postcards all set for Easter.
A rainbow of bunnies - blues, pinks, lavender, purple and yellow.
The front panel was cut from Stamper's Select White
card stock using a 3" x 4" die (My Favorite Things).
I stamped the sentiment and bunny first, then masked
the bunny so the flowers and stems could be stamped
along the bottom. The "sun" was added, then the blue
skies were inked with a blending tool. Finally individual
names were stamped in the top left corner and a
Vintage Cream felt tail was attached.
Each card was mounted onto a mat of a coordinating colour:
Spring Rain Bunny and Limeade Ice Cardstock Mat
Blueberry Sky Bunny and Cardstock Mat
Harvest Gold Bunny and Berry Sorbet Mat
Berry Sorbet Bunny and Harvest Gold Mat
Lavender Moon Bunny and Cardstock Mat
Winter Wisteria Bunny and Cardstock Mat
PTI Products, unless notedBunnies: Ink colours and card stock as noted above; Vintage Cream felt
Sky: Crystal Blue (Close to My Heart)
Limeade Ice, Simply Chartreuse inks
Sun: Flower Fusion #9; Back Pocket Basics,
Bits and Buttons; Summer Sunrise & Harvest Gold inks
March Word Puzzle (Close to My Heart) Berry Sorbet, Winter Wisteria, Simply Chartreuse inks
Sans Serif Alphabet (Close to My Heart)
A white panel was added to the back with a sentiment,
date and copic coloured images. The space in the center
will allow me to write a personalized note to each little one!!
Sentiments: Happy Easter (Polka Dot Parade #1) Have a Sweet Day (Garden Variety)
Small bunny and egg images: (Clear Dollar Stamps); copic markers
Stitched Border: Sew Simple Borders; Simply Chartreuse ink
Date: Mini Scrapbook Series: Library and Additions
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