Wednesday, 9 March 2016

It's a Bunny Time of Year

Hello.  Welcome.  MFP want to see CAS and bunnies, and since I had this snazzy dude out, I thought I'd make a QACAS card using the Share the Joy colours

For me March is a busy birthday month and then April, well that's just wall to wall birthdays.  So I decided to use this cute Anita's bunny to make a birthday card for a friend who has an Easter birthday this year.  I stamped and embossed the bunny and the sentiment from MFP's Tiger set.  Then I gave it a water colour wash using pink, blue and yellow distress inks.  I have added Windsor and Newton Iridescent watercolour medium to my waterbrush so now everything has bling........

Thanks for dropping by.  I have a little giveaway going on.  Check this post for details.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
MFP Stamps Challenge 10 - CAS and Bunnies
Share Joy Challenge 25 - Colours
Happy Little Stampers Mixed Media Challenge - Water
DRS Designs Challenge 216 - Bling it on
Addicted to Stamps Challenge 184 - CAS 


  1. What a cute bunny TFS MFP Lis DT

  2. How cute is this! I think I have that same bunny image. Thanks for joining us at DRS Designs!

  3. And yes it is bunny time! Thanks for joining us at the MFP Stamps Challenge this week! Hope to see you every week! kReN on the DT

  4. What a sweet image and card. Thank you for sharing with us at MFP Stamps Challenge

  5. Very pretty card,Gail.Love the cute rabbit.


  6. Hard to believe this is the same stamp you used recently in a very different project! You have just proved its versatility! Love the more delicate shades of color here, Gail.

  7. love the cute image - thanks for sharing your project at the HLS Mixed Media Challenge


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