And just for a change I went with a pink theme. Doesn't he look mega gorgeous in the hot pink?
I stamped and hand cut the rabbit and then made a die cut stripy pocket to insert him into. I'm thinking a message could be written on his back and a gift card in lieu of Easter eggs could also slot into the pocket. Looks like I'll be making a blue batch then!
Stamps: Uniko, Some Bunny
Ink: Memento, tuxedo black
Die: MFT Die-namics, stitchd basic edges
And talking of blue, here he is looking very jaunty in a turquoise blue. This time I had a new baby in mind and thought it would appeal to a modern trendy couple I know.
The strip of washi tape down the side set my colours and I added the alphabet from Sweet Baby and a sentiment from All Occasion Sentiments #1.
Stamps: Uniko, Some Bunny + All Occasion Sentiments #1 & Sweet Baby
Inks: SU, marina mist
Die: MFT Die-namics, double stitched rectangles
Washi from my stash
Of course I couldn't finish off without making a more traditional Easter card and so I picked sunny Spring colours - yes please to the sun - and stamped him onto gingham cardstock before hand cutting him to sit on my card.
A trio of Spring flowers for good measure and a simple sentiment completed my card.
Stamps: Uniko, Some Bunny + Fun Flowers
Inks: SU, baked brown sugar
Paper: gingham scrap
Now is a great time to go blog hopping with Uniko as Bev is offering one lucky comment leaver this prize - Some Bunny Clear Stamp Set & an eGift Certificate for £10 (or a eGift Cert to the same value if the winner owns the stamp set). So off you go get hopping and leaving some love!
Jane that's me
Thanks for looking today, your visit has been most welcome. And keep crafting!
3 fun cards Jane, Love them all, super CAS cards.ReplyDelete
What an awesome trio Jane, loving the hot pink bunny and how you've created a pocket for him to sit in, so fun and you sparked an idea/game I could do for the beans at Easter :) Loving the layout of your blue bunny card and lastly Gingham and Bunny be still my beating heart - LOVE! Thank you for a superb showcase of this set. Hugs Bev xReplyDelete
Hot pink, jaunty turquoise, sunshine yellow...no matter what the colour, your bunnies are stinkin' adorable! Tucking him into a pocket is especially cute; I may need to case that idea for my niece and nephew! Fabulous new ideas for my favourite bunny!ReplyDelete
Love the samples you created and so inspired by your last, gingham card:)ReplyDelete
Ooh you have been busy! I tjink my fave is the patterned paper pieced bunny - i love the colours xReplyDelete
I love seeing the bunny in the different colours you have used, Jane - it creates such different effects! Turquoise is one of my fave colours so the sweet new baby card is wonderful and your gingham bunny is perfect for spring :)ReplyDelete
Love the pink bunny the best! So many good ideas with one bunny though! XReplyDelete
Love the idea of the pocket on the first card.ReplyDelete
The blue card is so pretty - everyone should
the brown gingham bunny is darling. Plain
and simple card - the best.
thanks for sharing
Love your different color ideas on this cute bunny! The pink bunny tucked into the pocket is adorable!ReplyDelete
Wow Jane, you've been a busy bee ... or should I say busy bunny! All fabulous colourways with him and such fun designs too. Your so clever with layouts. xReplyDelete
Yay, how cute are all of these?! Just shows how versatile the set is!ReplyDelete
such cute cards :) love the versatility! thanks for the inspirationReplyDelete
Lovely CAS cards, fab inspiration! Joining in with the blog hop and hopping a bit further. Hugs, Sarah xReplyDelete
Ohhh!!! Adorable cards!!!ReplyDelete