Easter Day for Bunnies

Who doesn’t like bunnies???? This adorable image is available at Di’s Digital Images. Here is my Design Team creation for our new challenge at Di’s Digi Challenge. Come join us. Our challenge this time is using two or more patterned papers.

Instead of using my Copics on this image, I decided to use my Prismacolor pencils for a change.

This was such a fun image to color! After coloring the image, I adhered the image to a piece of patterned paper (although my image covered the paper!). I started with a Lovely Lavender card base from Gina K and then added a piece of Wild Lilac, also from Gina K. I’ve had the patterned paper in my stash for some time. I used some dies from Memory Box, Wrapped Stitched Rectangles to cut my patterned paper.

The sentiment I used is from Simon Says Stamp, Eggsta Sweet Easter (I believe it is a retired set). I white heat embossed it 3 times to give it a nice raised look.

I added some Nuvo Drops in Crushed Grape to finish my card off.

I’m entering my card in the following card challenges:

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge – Anything Goes

Through the Craft Room Door – Anything Goes

Digi Chooseday Craft Challenge – Anything Goes

My Time to Craft Challenge Blog – Lots of Layers, 3 or more

A Bit More Time to Craft – Anything Goes

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you join us at Di’s Digi Challenge!

Prismacolors used: Blush Pink, Pink, Raspberry; White, Lavender, Lilac, Dahlia Purple; Cloud Blue, Blue Slate, Blue Violet Lake, Violet Blue; Burnt Ochre, Terracotta, Tuscan Red; Deco Peach, Blush Pink, Pink, Raspberry; Deco Yellow, Cancary Yellow, yellow Ochre; Greyed Lavender, 10%, 30%, 50%, 70% Cool Grey; White, Deco Pink, Blush Pink, Pink; 10%, 20%, 50% Warm Grey, Black; Cream, Beige, Sand, Mineral Orange, Burnt Ochre, Sienna Brown; Dark Green, Grass Green, True Green; Lemon Yellow, Canary Yellow, Spanish Orange, Goldenrod; Cloud Blue, White

About Nancee56

I have been a crafter for many years. Knitting, crocheting, and paper crafting are my passion. I love to make handmade gifts and cards and spread a little cheer.

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