CIC 462 | Some Bunny Special | Pink & White | Your Next Stamp

I have some more inspiration to share for our pink and white theme over at the Cupcake Inspiration Challenge. The challenge is now halfway through, so there’s still time to play along for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to Your Next Stamp. For my previous card for the challenge, which you can see here, I made a birthday card. This time around I decided to create a Valentine’s card.

I started by assembling my bunny that makes the focal point of my card. I used the Cute Cat Bookmark dies and Cute Animal Add-Ons and die cut them from some snippets of white paper. Coloured or patterned papers could work too. I used Spectrum Noir Illustrator markers to colour my die cut pieces in.

I used Tombow Mono Multi liquid glue to attach the inner and outer portions of the ears together, then attached them to the back portion of my bunny which I had covered with double-sided tape prior to die cutting. I then laid the front of the number over the top, sandwiching the ears in between, and pieces the eyes into place too. The last die cut piece was a heart which I adhered across the bunny’s arms.

With the bunny completed I set it to one side whilst I worked on the rest of my card. I cut a snippet of pink paper and stamped a tone-on-tone pattern using the Simon Says Stamp’s Modern Rose Blooms background stamp and some Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide. I used the same Worn Lipstick ink to stamp my sentiment onto a long snippet of white. The sentiment I used comes from Simon Says Stamp’s Iconic Easter stamp set.

I trimmed the stamped patterned paper down to fit the top of my card base, and then adhered it into place with double-sided tape. I then used Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue to attach my bunny to my sentiment strip, and popped them both up on my card base with foam tape. The final touch for the card was a few Nuvo Drops in Simply White to either side of the sentiment strip.

Everytime I use these bookmark dies I am reminded of how stinking cute they are! This time was no exception. I’m really pleased with this card and think it definitely showcases the pink and white colour scheme well. I do think that if I were to make it again I would probably swap and have the pink pattern on the bottom portion of the card to help balance the design a bit better, but otherwise I’m very happy with it.

Love,

Lady Joyful

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Challenges included:

Creative Confetti – Half & Half

Cupcake Inspiration Challenge – Pink & White

Digi Choosday Craft Challenge – Anything Goes

HLS Anything Goes With Dies – Use Dies

Kat Scrappiness Challenge – Anything Goes

Lil Patch of Crafty Friends – Anything Goes

Moving Along With The Times – Have A Heart

Pixie’s Snippets Playground – Use Snippets

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday – Have A Heart

STAMPlorations Theme & Sketch Challenge – Animals

Stick It Down – Sketch

TCP Tuesday – Love

The Cutie Pie Challenge – Cute and CAS

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Check out what the rest of the DT made:

Charlotte (that’s me!)

Danijela

Debbie

EK

Ishani

Sandy

Wendy


31 thoughts on “CIC 462 | Some Bunny Special | Pink & White | Your Next Stamp

  1. Hi Charlotte,
    really enjoyed your video couln’t find the like button.
    Such a very sweet card and the dies used are so very wonderful.
    Love your very pretty stamped background also.
    Thank you for joining the MAWTT Challenge.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

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  2. Such an adorable card, Charlotte! Love how you made lovely background using rose cling stamp. Very unique design and pretty as well. Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

    Marge

    Liked by 1 person

  3. I love the colors you have used . What an adorable die cut bunny! Somebunny is going to LOVE receiving this adorable card. 🙂 Thank you for joining us at Stick it Down–Sharon DT

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