Saturday, 31 January 2015

Bunny Out Of The Hat Trick

Hello.  Welcome.  Can you believe January is over already!!??  Gosh, doesn't time fly when you're having fun!  You are having fun aren't you??  Hee hee.  I've used the Your Next Stamp sketch and Darling Diva Jade stamp to make this fun card.  Spot the bunny!  I think he got tired of waiting to be pulled out of the hat and decided to crash the party. 

I coloured Jade with promarkers and added WOS to her gloves, shoes and hat.  I used Cheery Lynn Tiny Bubble Border cut from white card and a red foil card for the base.  

Joining the fun at
Your Next Stamp Challenge 6 - Sketch
Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge 169 - Anything Goes
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
Papertake Weekly- Take Your Pick Week - Warm Colours  

Thanks for your visit.  Have fun.  Hugz


  1. What a fun card Gail. Thanks for joining in the challenge at Cheery Lynn Designs and good luck.
    Julie x

  2. Love the bubble mesh border on the red foil background, Gail. Very striking; cute image too. Good luck and thanks for joining in on the fun at Cheery Lynn Designs challenge.

  3. Oh how cute is that. The tiny bubbles border looks awesome with this card. Thanks for joining the Cheery Lynn Design challenge.

  4. Such a fabulous card
    Thank you for joining us at Simon says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

  5. Great card! Love the Glitter card base!
    Thanks for playing along at Your Next Stamp!

  6. Fabulous card! Thank you for joining us at YNS! We really appreciate you playing along with our challenges!

  7. Time totally flies, Gail! I totally get that. I really like that border! Thanks for hanging out with us over at YNS


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