Hoppy Easter Week - Day 3

February 26, 2020

Hello everyone! It's Heather here.

Today, I've got a fun little tag duo featuring the new Hoppy Easter stamp set. Hoppy Easter is an adorable 2x3 mini that's fantastic for the Easter holiday. I mean how cute is that little bunny?!

To create my project, I started with tag bases cut from white cardstock and patterned paper using Party Tags dies. Then, I added some ink blending to the bottom of the white cardstock tags. 
I added at the Hoppy Easter bunny to each tag, which I had stamped, die cut, colored in and paper pieced in with the same patterned paper. 

Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing part of your day with me! Have a great one! 

Hoppy Easter Week - Day 2

February 25, 2020

Hi there!

Elena here with a sweet card featuring Hoppy Easter:

I colored the bunny + egg image from Hoppy Easter, paper-piecing the egg wrapper with a paper from The Spring Collection Paper Pad. I then stamped the greeting onto the wrapper.

To set the scene, I cut a piece of green patterned paper from the same pad and used it to ground the images. I then grabbed a few clouds from Cupids and set them into the sky.

To add a pop of color to the card, I flanked the egg with mushroom clusters (from Beary Good Friends), and added a heart to the center of the sky.

To finish things off, I added a Wonky Scalloped Frames die that I colored in a light blue (using a copic marker.)

I hope you like it! Thanks for stopping by!



Hoppy Easter Week - Day 1

February 24, 2020

Hello, Caryn here today with a cute little card using the Hoppy Easter stamp set.  Don't let the teeny size of this set fool you - you can create some gorgeous, festive scenes like I have here.

I started with a 4-bar sized card (31/2 by 4 7/8") and cut a small panel of yellow card for the front which I splattered with white paint (Distress stain in Picket Fence).  Meanwhile I blended some Distress Oxide inks onto some white card and then die cut a frame using Wonky Scalloped Frames which I adhered to the front of the card.

I stamped the images in Fog Dye Ink and then coloured them using pastel shades of Copics blending them on the egg to give a pretty pastel rainbow effect.  Once they were die cut I arranged them on the front of the card and finished by stamping my sentiment in Fog and adding a fluffy bunny tail using a teeny white pom pom


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