Monday, March 30, 2020

Just Hopping By! | Art Impressions

Happy Monday my friends!  I am sure hoping you all are well and adjust to our current "normal".  I hope my card for today using the new Art Impressions Easter Bunnies set will bring you a smile and some cheer.  .  This is an adorable set that has several images so you can use it for many more occasions other than Easter!  Also, as I write this post, this is one of the new release sets that are on sale!  Be sure to check out the new release 20% off sale and the 60% off sale of so many other awesome sets!

Here are the steps for my card:
  1. Stamp, in Copic safe ink, the bunny that's laying down on an A2 piece of white card stock.
  2. Stamp the jumping bunny onto a separate piece of card stock.
  3. Color with the Copic markers listed below.
  4. I used a cloud stencil and some Tumbled Glass Distress ink to add clouds to the background.
  5. Die cut this panel with a Double Stitched Rectangle die and adhere to a black card stock layer.
  6. Fussy cut the jumping bunny.
  7. Adhere polka dot paper to a top-folding A2 card base and then the layered panel to that.
  8. Affix an action wobbler to the back of the jumping bunny and add it to the card front.
  9. Use a black pen to draw the dotted line.

I created a short little video clip to show the fun action of the bunny!

I stamped the sentiment in black ink and used a small Rectangle Double Stitched die to cut it out.  I layered it onto some black card stock and popped it up with foam tape.

I really had a lot of fun making this sweet interactive card!  Thanks so much for stopping by!  Crafting is such a great stress reliever and I sure hope I've inspired you to make something!

Copic markers:
C3, C1, C00, Y08, Y04, Y00,
YG67, YG17, YG25, YG03, YG01,
V05, RV55, RV63, RV02, RV10

Honey Bee Stamps Balckground Blender Brushes
Honey Bee Stamps Back To Basics 6x6 paper pad

1 comment:

  1. Adorable! Love the card, but I can relate to that "nose dive" bunny in the fresh green grass :o)


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