Handmade Cards, Pretty Pink Posh DT

Bunny Friends with Colour Panels

I love graphic designs on cards. Every so often I like to make a card that features bold colour and a more graphic look and feel.

For my card today, I’m using some fab new products from the new Pretty Pink Posh March release, now in store!

I began by die cutting three rectangles, large enough to fit the bunnies with space around them. I chose three bunnies from the Bunny Friends stamp set, and stamped them on the rectangles with distress oxide ink. I used twisted citron, abandoned coral, and salty ocean.

I used the coordinating dies to create masks for each bunny, adding the masks over the stamped images. Here’s a tip: To get the best placement of the masks, use the negative die cut space over the image as a template.

I then blended each colour onto the rectangles. Once the masks are removed, they reveal the lovely stamped images with matching colour around them.

I added all three panels to a card base with foam tape, towards the top to leave room for a sentiment.

I die cut the new Happy Easter script die three times from white card. I had adhered some stick it adhesive behind the card before die cutting. I layered the die cut Easter words together (I’ll keep the Happy word die cuts for another card). Before adding the top layer, I blended on an ombré of abandoned coral distress oxide ink.

The accompanying stamped sentiment is from the Everyday Greetings stamp set. I masked off the ‘best wishes’ sentiment so I could just stamp the ‘wishes’ word. I then added the die cut Easter next to it.

Thanks for joining me today.

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