I just finished another Easter card using my newly acquired stash of vintage Easter digital images that I have been finding online and sprucing up in PaintShop Pro. I just love this little "top hat" Easter bunny. He looks so cheerful as he goes about the business of painting and decorating Easter eggs. I thought he would make a perfect card for the masculine members of my family, yet he is so whimsical that I think the female members would enjoy him as well.
Finding papers that would go with his colorful clothing meant not using traditional Easter paper that's for sure. I decided a "coat of many colors" card would be appropriate and that would best be achieved by making a sunburst ray card. I ended up using some old My Mind's Eye Stella Rose papers I have had around for over three years...their colors were perfect. I added a few pieces of Stampin' Up papers as well to achieve the mix I was looking for. Here is the card I ended up with:
Recipe: Darice Kraft cardstock (base); MME Stella Rose: Gertie, Hazel, Hattie/ So Sophie: Brothers & Sisters; Adornit Vintage Groove: Polka Dot Green (back); Stampin' Up Print Poetry: red flower, green quatrefoil. Spellbinders die: Big Scallop Ovals SM, Ovals SM. Vintage online digital image. Elmer's Adhesive Spray. Stash: crystal fine glitter. Stampin' Up Ink: Baja Breez (lightly sponged image background). HugSnug seam binding: Serbin Brown (olive), Goldenrod (colored w-Copic: YR23). Stampin' Up button. Stash: tan scrapbooking floss. Faux stitching (fine brown pen). Inside: EK Scallop Corner punch.