2 Bunnies with an Easter egg

March 03, 2019

Hi everyone, Melissa here.


For today's card I have used the '2 Bunnies with an Easter egg' Digital Stamp.

Base Card:  Printed Kraft card 10.5 x 14cm
Cut a paper doily in half and adhere to base card, leaving a gap in the centre.
Trim your hessian and fold corners as desired, staple this onto base card.
Image:  The image has been printed onto Copic X-Press It blending card and coloured with copic markers.  The background is also coloured with Copic Markers.  This has been trimmed to 9.5 x 9cm and adhered to the base card using Foam tape.


I hope you have a great day
xxx



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