Friday, March 23, 2012

Bunny Pile

This is one of Eureka’s larger images so it will not fit on the A2 size card (which is a half a piece of 8.5 x 11” cardstock folded in half) however if you want the image smaller you can purchase it as a digital image.

My card front measures 4” x 9 .25” and fits in the business size envelope which is just a bit larger. These envelopes can be found in any store that sells envelopes and most dollar stores will carry them.

The image is colored with Copic markers and I’ll list the colors from the bottom bunny up: 100 Special Black, C00,7, R20, E25,33,35,37, R20, C00,3,5,7, C00,0,1, W3,5,7, E08,09,97, shading around image C0,01, flower center Y15,19

The image has a flower on the bunnies but since I accidently colored one in I decided my Fiskars border punch would disguise my blunder and also add some dimension. I cut a thin strip of cardstock and inserted under the flower section of the punch, punched both ends and trimmed before punching again. 
The flower centers are circles cut with the Cuttlebug die Tiny Tags and they are attached with Aleene’s Paper Glaze to the flowers because the glitter cardstock has a plastic coating so the glitter doesn’t shed. They were cut smaller to suit the area and glued in place with Aleene’s tacky glue.

The Martha Stewart border punch was attached on top of the image panel with the ribbon butting up to the edge with the ends taped to the back.  The K&Company Daisies are precut and packaged, they have sticky pop ups between the layers and for mounting to the card.

This is the Bunny Bottom image I stamped the back of the card with, then I'll add my name under it. Soooo Cute!

The envelope was stamped with the two flower borders you'll find on the images list and colored with Copics.

Paper:Bazzill textured pink and grey, smooth white, Beckett Exrpessions for image

Ink:Memento – Tuxedo Black


  1. LOVE IT!! What a cute card..and great coloring too!

  2. It turned out so adorable. I might just need that image! Very creative way to cover your "blunder" as I always say, there are no mistakes, just chances to be more creative! Great job! I love that you put the bunny on the back of the card, what a great idea.