I promised another card using the Chocolate Bunny single stamp available in the current mini catalog and so here it is!
This one involved more paper crafting than stamping but was oh-so-fun to make! To create the Easter basket, I die cut the Top Note die twice on More Mustard Cardstock. Then I swiped Chocolate Chip ink across the die cuts to create a wood grain effect, and cut the die cuts into strips and wove them together. The basket was then created by cutting the die cut in half the short way. I decorated it with eggs (small oval punched through random scraps of patterned paper), Easter grass (used paper snips to cut fringes on a strip of Old Olive cardstock), scallop trim border punch and a butterfly from the Beautiful Wings Embosslit. I created the cloudy background, perfect for a springy day, by sponging Bashful Blue around a scallop circle punch. I stamped the Chocolate Bunny on Close to Cocoa cardstock with Chocolate Chip ink and then cut him out with my paper snips. To give the card some lift, and I adhered the bunny and some of the eggs with Stampin' Dimensionals. To give it some sturdiness, I adhered the whole basket down with Sticky Strip.
Please click HERE to order 24/7!!! Supplies used on this card:
Chocolate Chip Classic - #100908
Bashful Blue Classic - #105209
Whisper White - #100730 for 8.5"x11" or #106529 for 12"x12"
More Mustard - #100946 for 8.5"x11" or #106542 for 12"x12"
Chocolate Chip - #102128 for 8.5"x11" or #107102 for 12"x12"
Old Olive - #100702 for 8.5"x11" or #106544 for 12"x12"
miscellaneous scraps from retired Designer Series Papers and also from Sweet Pea, available in the current mini catalog - #117161
Stampin' Dimensionals - #104430
Sticky Strip - #104294
Paper Snips - #103579
Top Note Die - #113463
Big Shot - #113439
Scallop Circle Punch - #109043
Beautiful Wings Die - #118138
Small Oval Puch - #107304
Scallop Trim Punch - retired, but we have other beautiful border punches that would work just as well. Check out the Scallop Edge #112091 or the Eyelet Border #113692.