Jan 28, 2019

Easter Bunny is on his way!

 Lena here with you today to share an Easter card. Yes, I know it's still a little early, crafting friends, but I thought I'd get a little ahead this year with my Easter cards :-)

Isn't this Easter Bunny by Die-Versions, just the cutest? You can get it at the Dies R Us store right HERE.  It won't be around for very much longer, so get your shopping done today.

This is what the card looks like when closed and ready for mailing.

And here is a full view of the inside of the card.

Now for a quick pictorial of how I put this super easy card together.

I began by cutting out the background twice using the Art of Living Frame by Jeanine's Art.  Once out of the blue patterned paper and once out of solid pink card stock. Then I cut out the bunny and after getting all my bits and pieces together, I assembled it. Using a small sponge dauber, I sponged all the edges of the bunny with Memento Desert Sand ink.

In order to add a little more interest to my scene, I used a few cuts of the Small Beach Grass
by Impression Obsession, and a few more of the Easter Eggs that come with the Easter Bunny die. Using a FineLine Bottle Applicator, I adhered the frame and the Easter Bunny scene to a 5.5" x 5.5" pink easel card base.

 For the inside, I cut another Art of Living Frame out of the patterned paper, and another little piece of grass and a couple more of the Easter eggs. To mat the sentiment, I used the inner circle of Anja's Circle from Marianne Design, then used a small circle from Memory and cut out 3 white mats.  I adhered them to each other to give it a little dimension and to make a little wedge for the easel part of the card to work :-)
And, voila, my first Easter card for 2019 was done :-)

The Marianne Design dies are normally under Special Orders in the store.  Every so often, Dies R Us runs a big sale on international dies. During these times, you will find dies from companies such as Marianne Designs, Lea'bilities, and Joy Crafts among others. The best way to know about these fabulous sales is to subscribe to the Dies R Us Newsletter.  When you go to the store's home page,  scroll down to the bottom.  There you will find a box where you can enter your email address and be put on their mailing list.

For your convenience, I've listed the materials I used on this card,
and have linked them to the Dies R Us  store:

Easter Bunny by Die-Versions

Art of Living Frame by Jeanine's Art

Anja's Circle - Marianne Designs

Small Beach Grass by Impression Obsession

Memento Desert Sand

FineLine Bottle Applicator

I hope I was able to inspire you to use your dies, create a project, and come play along with us at the Dies R Us Challenge Blog for your chance to win a gift voucher to the Dies R Us Store.  A new challenge begins on the 1st and 15th of every month.  Be sure to follow us on Facebook too.

Till next time,
Crafty hugs,


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