Tuesday, 7 October 2014

Somebunny's Birthday

Hello.  Welcome.  Teddy says hi


What's that?  That's a rabbit. Could I have got a better photo?  Maybe.  But he is like a mop on legs.  Fast legs!!  I was lucky to catch him face on. 

Here's another one


This one always looks ready to run as well.  I used Docrafts Clocks Tri-boss folder and Chocolate pigment ink to highlight the embossing.  I stamped Stampotique's Rabbit on white card, with the same ink, and cut him out.  The sentiment stamps are from PaperArtsy and Crafty Individuals.  I stood rabbit on some embroidery thread.  I added a wonky squiggly line by hand.  That's why it's wonky.  And squiggly.  I wanted a rust colour base card but didn't have so I used a bright orange card and added some DI Barn Door and Walnut Stain.  It looks rusty to me. 

Joining the fun at
Rubber Dance October Colour Challenge - Vintage Tones
DRS Designs Challenge 142 - Twine
Stampotique Designers Challenge 167 - Masculine
Speedy Fox and Friends Challenge 232 - Brown
Winnie & Walter WCMD 2014 - Pattern Play

Off to check the hens and rabbits haven't blown away.  It's rather breezy out still.  Hugz

18 comments:

  1. Love that embossing folder. Happy birthday to your little bunny!

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  2. Some bunny made a great card here, Gail! I do love how you manipulated the background colors using Dylusions Inks. Sweet use of that Rabbit stamp and the embossed background. thanks for participating in the Stampotique Designers' Challenge.

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  3. Well the bunny is adorable and the card is unique and a bit witty Thanks for sharing at MFP SF&F.....Lis

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  4. Visiting from Rubber Dance - Excellent card. I like that it would suit a male or female recipient.
    Your Teddy bunny is gorgeous!! :o))

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  5. Such a cute b'day card!! Love that embossing folder & your use of twine. Thank you for sharing with us at DRS Designs!

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  6. Adorable bunny and even more adorable card!

    BTW, I got your addy and will put the card in the mail to you as soon as I get back to the post office for more stamps!

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  7. He's a cutie. So is your card. Thanks for joining Speedy Fox and Friends.

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  8. Awwww, how cute. I love your card. Thank you for joining us for the Speedy Fox and Friends challenge.

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  9. Oh my gosh, Teddy is soooo very cute!! Happy B'Day to Teddy! Your card is wonderful and I love that bunny too. Thanks for joining us at Speedy Fox & Friends this week and hope you and Teddy can join us again soon!

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  10. Aww, what an adorable bunny!!
    So glad to see you entering our colour challenge with your lovely card. I think you did well making that panel - looks very rusty! :-)
    xox

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  11. This is a real cool bunny card :)
    Love the background.

    Thanks for joining us at the Stampotique Designers Challenge :)

    xx Arwen

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  12. That's a fab masculine card and a cute rabbit! Thanks for joining us again this week at Stampotique.

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  13. This is beautiful! Thanks so much for joining us at Rubber Dance Stamps Challenges!

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  14. I love your white rabbit card. Love all that texture and you are right the background does look rust coloured! Your real bunny is fab too - so cute! Thanks for joining us over at Rubber Dance!

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  15. Oh!!! It's so beautiful!!! Thank you very much for playing along with us at Rubber Dance! :)
    ~Olga Kovalchuk

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  16. Love both your bunnies! Glad you joined the challenge at Rubber Dance with your cool card!

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  17. Hi Gail, I too love both of your bunnies- mop on legs lol.
    Your background is perfect for your waskerly wabbit, and it looks rusty to me too!
    Thanks for joining in with us again at Stampotique. Sue xx

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  18. Wonderful card and but the bunny stole the show for me! He is ADORABLE... and Now I know "you Own a Bunny" Grin... I was wondering!!

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