Boy have I had fun this weekend, did very little off my jobs list but made some super cute items. I bought the Everybunny stamp set recently and have just fallen in love with these cute little critters. I decided this year I wanted to make a couple of things to sell at work and these are what I came up with ...
I think this one might just be my favourite so she gets to go first. I used the Everyday Enchantment DSP from Sale-A-Bration as well as the ribbon from SAB too. I just adore this DSP and will be so sad when it retires at the end of the month. I am going to enter this card in Festive Friday Challenge this week.
This one I wanted to focus on the greens and blues as I haven't used this side of the DSP as much, and am really pleased with the finished card.
My final card using this layout, back to the reds and suede again! All are stamped onto watercolour paper with Stazon ink and coloured with the Blender pens.
This is a copy of the tutorial that Brenda from Qbee's Quest put up, it was too cute to try and improve on! If you can believe it they are even more adorable in person. The DSP I used for these boxes is one from a retired set from 2 years ago called Kaleidoscope.
These are the other 3D item I made, little bag toppers made with a range of DSP cut out with the new Framelits dies for the Big Shot. I used stamps from Everybunny, again stamping them onto watercolour paper and colouring them with my blender pen, before punching them out and layering on the front. The two on the outside show the front of the bags, and the middle one shows the back. A little secret ... I used a staple to keep the bags closed and the front and back images hide the staple!
I have 6 other Everybunny cards, but will post them up in a couple of days.