Sweet Limited Supply Bunny Card & $5 Marker Sets!

Hi friends! Grab your paper scraps and bunny stamps and let’s make a sweet card for spring or Easter!

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It is a fun and quick project, I made it in under 20 minutes real-time and that includes coloring with markers!

Supplies:

Above are affiliate links to Simon Says Stamp They have a great selection and ship internationally. *PS you can find the Spectrum Noir markers there as well but they are $12/pack vs $5 at Consumer Crafts. I also Linked to Consumer Crafts, they have the amazing $5 a pack marker sale this week and always free shipping over $75 USA only. *There are no duplication in any of the Spectrum Noir 6 or 24 sets so you can build your collection as your budget allows.

Directions:
1. Make a 5 1/2″x4 1/4″ card base from a pinky tan shade of cardstock. Trim patterned paper scraps to 4″ wide.

2. Stamp Bunny with Memento rich cocoa ink and color with Spectrum Noir (or your favorite) alcohol pens.

3. Teat strips of paper and adhere to card base.

4. Glue burlap ribbon over card.

5. Trim or die cut bunny image and adhere with foam tape.

6. Cut foam eggs in half and glue to card.

I hope this inspired you to use what you have and make some pretty spring cards! Happy crafting!

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8 Responses

  1. I love that stamp and the colors you used … I don’t have any burlap but I do have left-over wool I could wrap around the card a few times.

    Good idea to use up left-over paper .. it remind me of these challenges artists are doing online …. picking three or four colors they hardly ever use and try to paint something only using those colors. A creative way to de-clutter!

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  2. Love this card using left over products. Thanks for inspiring me to do this more.

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  4. Love everything about the card. Thanks for all the “hints” on things. Like your video.

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  5. So sweet. Love the use of hessian

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  6. Love the card.

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  7. Thanks I watch. You ever morning starting my day with a happy person

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  8. I really enjoy these card making videos where you use up little bits and pieces….and this is outstanding. Stretching the creativity cells, love it, thanks for sharing.

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