Saturday, April 11, 2020

These are the Cutest Bunny Stamps! {Happy Easter!}

 Happy, happy Easter to YOU my friends! Today's card features the sweetest bunny stamps. I'll show you a few different ideas for these cuties but really I just wanted to be able to pop in and wish you all a Happy Easter! Easter weekend probably looks a little bit different in your house this year - but you're in good company and I hope you've found a way to make the day special and fun. My boys haven't had an egg hunt or colored eggs in a couple of years, but I told them this year IT'S HAPPENING so hopefully they'll cooperate, have fun, and humor me a little. ;)

And now, let's look at these sweet bunnies!

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I made this card for the Easter challenge over on the Impression Obsession blog. And then I forgot to post it earlier. LOL. (Quarantine brain anyone?) The challenge is EASTER FUN and you still have a few more days to get a card submitted, so maybe it's the perfect activity if you get some crafty time in this Easter afternoon. 

This Easter scene came together with thanks to some scraps of patterned paper, a few die cut shapes, and the cute bunnies and eggs. The Easter Basket clear stamp set from IO has the solid bunny stamps plus an assortment of patterned and solid Easter eggs - and it even has a basket to go with them. (I'll show you that in a sec!) 
I've used these bunny stamps a variety of ways before, and I wasn't quite sure about stamping them in BLACK - but I sort of like the contrast against the pastel colors. Want to see these bunnies used in some other ways?
 For both of these projects, I stamped and embossed the bunnies in white. They look amazing stamped in white onto colored cardstock. And in that treat box you can see the basket stamp that's a part of this set. Also looks amazing embossed! The detail really pops. I cut a slit in the basket to tuck eggs and shredded paper "into" the basket. What a fun treat box to receive, right?!
I hope you're feeling inspired to pull out some of your Easter stamps one more time and join us for the challenge at the IO blog. One lucky winner will receive a $25 gift certificate to the shop - and YOU might be that winner!

Also, don't forget we just wrapped up our three day blog hop celebrating the new summer release. There's a chance to win there too! You can find all three of my blog posts here:
Summer Flip Flops and Watermelon Cards
Card Ideas for Milestone Birthday - Sweet 16 and Lordy 40
How to Make a Simple Floral Card Set

Again, happy HAPPY Easter to you and your families. Be safe and well as you stay HOME to celebrate this year. And if you're working today, THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts for all you're doing to keep things running while we're at home. Hugs to you, every one of you! xoxo

Supplies Used on Today's Card:
Wave Edges Dies (for the grassy layers on the card)

Find more images and information about the Easter treat box, originally posted here:

Find the pink bunny card, originally posted here:

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