Bunny Valentines Day Card

January 11, 2016 1 Comment

Hey everyone!
It's Wiebke here! And It's time for the first valentine cards of this year! I just want to share with you this lovely bunny card using one upcoming adoraaaaable bunny stamp set, which is actually an easter stamp set :) And I think you guys will LOVE it!


I created a watercolored background using some soft pink and rosé colors and placed my elements  on the top of it. I colored the bunny plus the balloon and hearts with Copic Markers and white heat embossed the sentiment (from the Holiday Friends stamp set) on black cardstock. I only needed to handdraw a little string between the balloon and the bunnys hand and the card was ready :)


I hope you liked this first inspiration of Mr. Bunny and I hope you are as excited as I am for the release of this stamp set! :)


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