Somebunny...

February 10, 2017

Hi!  It is Lisa Lahiff here with you today, and I have a super cute bunny card to share with you today using the new Hoppiness Stamp Set...


To create this card I started by stamping the fence several times along the bottom of my panel.  I then colored this and the grass in with various Copic® Markers.  Next I stamped the critters onto a separate piece of card stock, colored them in and cut them out.  Before adding them along the fence line I went over the top part of the panel with distress ink and stamped my sentiment.  Once the critters were adhered on I added some flower sequins.

Thanks so much for stopping by, and don't forget to check this and other cute sets now available in the store!
Happy Crafting!
Lisa


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