Here’s the die list:
- Poppystamps Thicket Frame (don’t bunnies live in thickets?)
- Memory Box Oval Master Frame
- Cheery Lynn Bunnies
- Die-namites Delicate Egg
- Sue Wilson String Flowers
Now, the thing is, only the fancy egg is exclusive to Easter. The bunnies could be used on garden cards and baby cards, and the flowers and frames have many uses. But isn’t that egg pretty? I tell you, I’ve got a thing for those Die-namites dies!
I didn’t do one bit of coloring or shading or sponging. It’s all clean, sweet pink and white. So easy and I just love it! The string flowers were cut from pink vellum and finished off with pearls. I applied Stickles Stardust glitter glue to some of the open leaf spaces in the Thicket Frame. Oh, and the bunnies have chocolate brown card stock scraps behind their eyes. The Hero Arts sentiment was stamped in Versamark and white embossed.
I want to be sure and mention that the frames I used are sized to fit flush on an A2 card (4 1/4” x 5 1/2”), but I like a bit of a border, so I made my card 4 1/2” x 5 3/4”. I also made a matching envelope with my envelope punch board. You can see the envie peeking out behind the card in the photo below.
Can you believe it’s the last day of February already? That means a new challenge starts tomorrow on the Dies R Us Challenge Blog, so be sure to get in on that and maybe win a gift voucher to the store. I’ll be back to visit with you again soon. Have a happy day!
~~ Leslie ~~