How to make a Easter Scene Card. I love this sweet bunny from this stamp set. It looks like he is finding eggs. But he could also be hiding them. Click here or watch below to see how this card came together.
I inked the sky with cloud and sun ray stencils using distress oxide inks. I also inked the grass and dirt path. The ground line is stamped with get grounded from the Ink Blot Shop.
Using Copic markers, I colored the bunny and eggs. I die cut the fence, grass pieces and colored images. I adhered the fence and grass, then tucked in the eggs. The cute bunny is adhered to the fence.
I stamped the sentiment, added some embellishments with a white pen and nuvo drops. Then added the card panel to the card base. This is an A2 size card.
Supplies are listed below:
MFT Easter Bunnies Stamp Set:
MFT Rays of Light Stencil:
MFT Cloud Stencil:
InkBlot Shop Get Grounded Stamp:
MFT Grassy Hills die:
HoneyBee Stamps Honey cuts Farm Fence Die:
Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks:
Gathered Twigs, http://shrsl.com/1k1g8
Salty Ocean, http://shrsl.com/1k1g9
tumbled glass, http://shrsl.com/1k1gb
peacock feathers, http://shrsl.com/1k1gd
Tim Holtz Distress Inks:
Ranger White Opaque Pen:
Black Glaze Pen:
Tonic Nuvo crystal drops Caribbean Ocean:
Tonic Nuvo Glitter Drops Aquatic Mist:
Ranger Mutli Medium Matte Glue:
Ranger Mini Ink Blending tool:
Ranger Detail blending tool:
Spellbinders tool -n-one:
Spellbinders Platinum 6 Die Cut Machine:
Tim Holtz Glass Media Mat:
Tim Holtz Paper Trimmer:
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