How to use Embossing folders with Die cuts to make a scene card. This sweet little bunny is so precious, the basket is super cute. Click here or watch below to see how this card came together.
To start this cute card, I die cut all my images, some from solid cardstock and some from patterned paper.
I colored the basket with copic markers, stamped the jellybeans with colored ink and stamped the sentiment. The background is inked with Distress Oxide Inks. I also trimmed thin strips of green paper to make the "grass".
I assembled the bunny, keeping the arms out. Added the basket with foam tape for dimension. Added the grass, eggs and jelly beans. I also added eyelashes and white highlights on the eyes of the bunny. The bow on the bunny's ear is super cute.
Supplies listed below:
SSS Bunny Wishes Stamp Set:
MFT Cottontail Cutie Die:
Mama Elephant Dainty Bow Die:
Lawn Fawn Large Stitched Rectangle stackables:
Lawn Fawn Mini Easter Eggs die:
HoneyBee Stamps Bushel and a Peck Honey Cuts Die:
Sizzix 3D Textured Impressions embossing folder:
SSS Green Leaf Cardstock:
SSS Cotton Cardstock:
SSS Ivory Cardstock:
Lawn Fawn Spiffy Speckles petite paper pack:
Lawn Fawn Spring Fling petite paper pack:
Neenah Classic Crest solar white 110lb cardstock:
Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink
Spun sugar, squeezed lemonade, twisted citron, tumbled glass
Ranger White Opaque Pen:
Black Micron Pen:
Ranger Diamond Stickles:
Ranger Multi Medium Matte Glue:
Spellbinders Platinum 6 Die cut machine:
Tim Holtz glass media mat:
Tim holtz paper trimmer:
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