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Friday, 15 February 2013

Some Bunny Loves You? - Friday 15th February

Hi Friends!

Firstly, welcome to my new follower and thank you for joining me in my tiny corner of blogland. I'm getting excited now..one more follower and I'll be making that candy draw!

My lovely blog friends...I promise this is the last you will see of these bunnies on my blog.... for at least a few weeks:)!!! You know how much I love this stamp!

I wanted to make a card with them for the Crafty Individuals challenge on the theme of friendship...

Some Bunny Loves You....but where are the bunnies?


So...the theme of the challenge is For My Friend and I decided to mix up this stamp with the sentiment from the other Crafty Individuals Alice Palace stamp set 'Favourite Ducks', just as I did on the photo frame in an earlier post. This is a simples design for a card, with a hidden  tag message or present, such as a gift token. Something to share between friends perhaps? 

I used a polka dotty kraft card and folded it in half, sealing it on one side and along the bottom, leaving one end open. The edges of the card were inked with Fired Brick.

The heart is die-cut on kraft card (with a bunting pattern) using Spellbinders Classic Hearts: I stamped the sentiment from the Alice Palace Favourite Ducks stamp, using archival black ink, which I heat embossed with clear powder. Then I inked the edges to match the card. I punched three holes in the side of the heart and added various ribbons.



 So, here are the bunnies! I stamped them (Crowned Bunnies stamp) on plain Kraft card, again with black archival and heat embossed. I gave the crowns a touch of colour with yellow promarker. Then I tore all around the edges and inked them. The little hearts are 3D foam hearts, by Scrapbook Adhesives (from Christine Emberson's Amazon shop), which I dusted with a peach mica powder to colour with a shimmer.



I then stamped the words friend and love on some seam binding, which I attached to the end of the tag and finished with a little button. The tag is then inserted in the card to be pulled out and revealed by the recipient.

I have made this is enter in Crafty Individuals 'Friendship' Challenge.




Crafty Hugs all,

Carole X

14 comments:

  1. Brilliant use of these lovely stamps, I would so love them now! I like the way you have stamped on the seam binding, brilliant project! Xx

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  2. I love your rabbit cards Carole I think the stamps are so cute so would never get fed up of them.

    Anne

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  3. CUTE!! Loving the bunnies! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina ♥

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  4. you got to love those rabbits, so cute. Smashing project. Annette

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  5. Bunnies are so cute, don't stop creating them...great crafting again...xx

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  6. I love the way you have used just hints of colour Carole. It looks so effective. Great card. Christine xx

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  7. Hi Carole, I love what you did with the bunnies this time! This is gorgeous. I have just linked up on CI and used the same stamps......right next to you...... I just had to use them, they are so fabulous. Please don't stop using yours, I love seeing what you do with them. Hugs, Anne x

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  8. Well, looks like I'm that one more follower! I love what you've done with this gorgeous (and my current favourite CI stamp). I too have used this stamp for my entry, I'm just waiting for a bit of sunshine to photograph it before posting. Suzanne x

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  9. Beautiful challenge entry Carole with those lovely bunnies. Thanks for joining in the CI Challenge this month. Jean x

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  10. Lovely card! I love the tag with bunnies! bizz

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  11. just loving the tag hidden in the heart, so glad you joined us at CI
    hugs

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