On a roll, here is card number two for my Easter Stash. This cute little Easter vintage image several years ago and stashed her on my computer for future use. Do you ever find you are surfacing the web and find freebie images and put them away for a rainy day? Along with Pinterest, this is another of my favorite past times. I, of course, at this stage have more images than I'll ever use, I'm sure!
I thought this little bunny would be very cute with pastel Easter paper to add color to my card as there weren't many colors depicted in the image itself. What better way than to do a ray card with multiple design paper patterns. My next step was to address my little teatime bunny. I sprayed my little image with adhesive spray and then dipped it into iridescent crystal fine glitter to make an almost frosted look to its surface. I don't think the photograph really shows that detail much, and I apologize. I then cut a circle frame using my Spellbinders Eyelet Circle die. I also decided I wanted to use colored tickets for the sentiment, so I stamped up several different colors of cardstock with Easter sentiments, die-cut them with my Tim Holtz Ticket Strip, inked decorative lines around the edges, and added ink distressing. Voila. . .three tickets just perfect for my card. I think someone will be please when they receive this little bunny card!
Again, the final touch to complete the card is to decide on the inside creative design and the verse. When that is finished, I know the card is totally done.
Recipe: Papers: Stampin' Up - Pretty in Pink cs (card base), Pear Pizzaz cs. Ray papers: Imaginesce-For Peep's Sake: Spring Fling & Hot Chicks; WRMK-Cottontails 6x6 pad; Angel Co.-Country Cottage/ yellow; Authentique-Promise/ Four. Spellbinders die: Eyelet Circles. Sizzix/Tim Holtz die: Ticket Strip. PTI stamps fr tickets. Recollections: pink pearls. Elmer's Craft Adhesdive Spray. JoAnn's Iridescent Fine Glitter. Stash: Lace, Organdy Glitter ribbon, vintage bunny image. (Size: 5-1/2" square).