Monday, 16 April 2018

Hare Today - Bunny Hop Post 3

Hello.  Welcome.  My birthday Bunny Hop is in full swing.  




Well, me and the bunnies is swinging.  Hope you fancy joining the fun.  Actually, I got two new bunnies today.  Real ones!! 

This is Bod.  His brother Fred, who didn't want to sit still and be photographed, looks pretty much the same.  

Tonight I want to share a card using a lovely stamp by Crafty Individuals who are one of my amazing sponsors.



Crafty Individuals is based in the North East of England and is co-owned by artist and designer Jean Hardy and professional photographer Malcolm Noble.  They primarily design and make rubber stamps for the craft industry and also stock a range of other arty and crafty products.   Jean and Malcolm have very generously supplied me with 4 stamps, two Crowned Bunnies and two Winning Hares.  I will be drawing two lucky winners who will each get these two lovely stamps.  


Here's a card I made using Winning Hares


I also used one of my most favourite sentiments from Crafty Individuals (CI-410).  I stamped and embossed the Hares and the sentiment with black powder on some patterned paper.  I stamped and embossed the hearts with red tinsel embossing powder, fussy cut them and added them to the card.  I stamped the little butterfly and coloured it with Promarkers.  The hares were coloured with Worn Jeans distress ink and I used Sizzix Deckle Edge dies to cut the panel and the card base. 

If you want a chance to win these gorgeous stamps, or any of the other prizes then you just need to make a card featuring a bunny, rabbit or hare and link it up to my Bunny Hop Linky 

Thanks for hopping by.  Hugz

13 comments:

  1. Loving your hoppy hares card Gail xx

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  2. Both those stamps are adorable. I only have one bunny stamp but will see if ?I can come up,with a card. I do like crafty individuals stamp and do have quite a few of them. Love you hare card . Thankyou for coming and spinning the butterfly wheel with me this week. Hugs Mrs A.

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  3. Your new bunny is beautiful, Gail! What a lovely card--that is a beautiful image & wonderful sentiment!

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  4. Hello to your new bunnies hugs for them xx I love your beautiful card. Crafty Individuals stamps are wonderful I love using them

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  5. What a sweet Bunny Bod is, i'm sure Fred will show his little whiskers when he's settled in. Super card and sentiment x

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  6. Both CI stamps are fab, they make such a lovely card with the hearts! I wonder Gail how many rabbits do you have? It looks a lot...

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  7. Hello Bunny Bod! Love this card - always loved these stamps, and was convinced I had the hares in crowns, but have come to the conclusion that I don't (following a truly exhaustive and exhausting search of all the stamp boxes in my craft zone), Jo x

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  8. Very cute!! Love that you stamped these on the patterned paper; such a great look! Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.

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  9. Oh that's such a sweet sentiment -- I love it! Thanks for linking up to The House that Stamps Built with your lovely card!

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  10. Such a sweet bunny card. SO glad you could join us at Die Cut Divas.

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  11. Very cute... wonderful card! Thank you for sharing with us at Fashionable Stamping Challenges.
    Greetings Carola

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  12. OMG - Love these bunnies! Both the real ones as well as the stamped variety!! Your blue bunnies are darling and those stamps are freakin cool! Your real live bunny is darling, it looks very snuggly...

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  13. OMGoodness, your new bunny is the cutest! I love him! Also love, love, love the prize - thank you to Crafty Individuals! Your card is so cute and fun! I'm getting some crafty bunny mojo going here!

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