Thursday, 13 February 2020

Bunny Love

Hello Welcome.  I've made a card using Uniko's Somebunny.  Love this floppy eared lagomorpha.


Delving into scrap mountain I found a strip of blue card that I stamped the Happy Birthday on and then embossed with a basket weave embossing folder.  I also found this MME large dot patterned paper.  Since it's the month of love I used a small heart stamp and Bluebird archival ink and stamped a heart in each circle.  I stamped, embossed and fussy cut the rabbit and added him to the card.  Isn't he just adorbs.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Uniko's 8th Birthday Linky Party
MFT Stamps Birthday Project - Hearts
Uniko Challenge 57 - Anything Goes
Repeat Impressions DCC F520 - Hearts
Time Out Challenge 155 - Inspired By Words




7 comments:

  1. Yep he is adorable and love you kept him in white, works so well with the coloured background. That is a fun embossing folder and adding the hearts the perfect touch! Thanks for joining Time Out x

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  2. Sqea! Sorry, that was very, very girly - but that bunny is a-dorabubbles, Jo x

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  3. This is fab Gail, such a cute bunny! I'm glad I'm not the only one that has a paper mountain lol. Have a great weekend, Sue xx

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  4. Oh, how adorable!! That bunny is so cute!! Love the heart paper you used, too! Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.

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  5. Awww...such a sweet bunny! Thanks for linking up to the "Use a Heart" Challenge over on The House That Stamps Built!

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  6. A lovely design to give some love to this sweet bunny ! Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at Uniko.

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  7. Such a sweet showcase of the bunny, Iona! Adorable! Thrilled to see you in the Uniko gallery!
    ~carol

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