Brush bunny - Larissa

March 28, 2018


Hi everyone, I am Larissa from Car-d-elicious and today I am posting a little easter card and also a box that I posted on my own blog yesterday. :)


I created something with the stampset Brush bunny from Gerda Steiner designs. I used the stampset to make a little card. On the front of a white card I placed a piece of masking paper after I cut a hole in it with my circle dies. Then I stamped a couple of images from the stampset Brush bunny from Gerda Steiner designs inside the circles. I masked all those images and then I coloured the grass with Mowed lawn distress ink. I have used Tumbled glass and Broken china distress ink to colour the sky.


After I removed all masks I coloured all the images with my Polychromos pencils, the black glaze pen and a white gelpen. The sentiment from the stampset from Gerda Steiner designs unfortunately was a bit too big for this card. So I stamped a sentiment from the set Hoppy easter from Clearly besotted stamps on the card.


With the same stampset I made a little box that can hold about 20 chocolate eggs...yummy!


With a Gable box die I have die-cut the gable box from white cardstock. I decorated it before I glued it together. With the Mini cloud edges stencil from My favorite things and Tumbled glass distress ink I made some clouds on all sides of the box. Then I stamped a sentiment from the set Brush bunny from Gerda Steiner designs on the box. On white cardstock I stamped a couple of images from the stampset Brush bunny from Gerda Steiner designs. I stamped the grass in a line so I could adhered it on the bottom of the box after I had fussy cut it. I stamped a couple of eggs and doodled on them with a black pen. I have coloured all images with my Polychromos pencils, the black glaze pen and a white gelpen. I fussy cut all the images and adhered them on all sides of the box.


A look inside the box.


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CARD:
STAMP: Brush bunny from Gerda Steiner designs, Hoppy easter from Clearly besotted stamps
COLORING MEDIUM: Polychromos pencils, Distress inks
PAPER: White cs
INK: Versafine onyx black, Tumbled glass, Broken china and Mowed lawn distress ink
ACCESSORIES:Black glaze pen, white gelpen, Masking paper

BOX:
STAMP: Brush bunny from Gerda Steiner designs
COLORING MEDIUM: Polychromos pencils, Distress ink
PAPER: White cs
INK: Versafine onyx black. Tumbled glass distress ink
DIES: Box die
ACCESSORIES: Black glaze pen, Mini cloud edges stencil from My favorite things. black fineliner




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