I’ve noticed the dark chocolate bunnies showing up in the grocery store aisles! These two cute NEW bunnies are hiding out under the flowers in their own little miniature world!
I created the little scene on an A-2 size card with the following dies…
links go to Starlitstudio.net – great prices on Memory Box and check out the new Penny Black stamps and dies while you’re there too!
Shaker Rectangle Frames (30003)
Stitched Rectangle Layers (30009)
Here’s a close up of the bunnies… I drew in a little brown line with an E49 copic marker to define the ears, a black dot for the eyes and a little white gel pen on the eye. An itty bitty white pom pom for the tail.
Next… the NEW Tulip Bouquet die! So pretty and ready for Spring!
Linking up my Tulip Bouquet card to the Card Concept Challenge – thinking of you photo inspiration (CAS)
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge – anything girly/feminine
and Addicted to Stamps Challenge – CAS
Here’s the steps to create this card…
- *die cut the Tulip Bouquet in an A-2 white top folding card-base (you’ll want to keep a few of the white pieces to stick back in)
- *then die cut it in black card-stock, keeping the Tulip outline
- *line the inside of the card with a piece of Raspberry Dot Signature Pattern Paper
- *piece and glue the black cut into the white negative die cut space in the white card-base
- *glue in the little white pieces you kept
- *die cut the middle size butterflies from the NEW Leavenworth Butterfly Trio die in black card-stcok and NEW Cascadia Butterfly Trio die in Raspberry Moroccan Signature Pattern Paper
- *glue them together and glue to card
- *wrap the card with two rows of Black and White Bakers Twine, knot is under the rectangle
- *die cut the smallest rectangle from the NEW Cross Stitched Frame Borders set in white card-stock
- *stamp just the word ‘hello’ from the Hello Combo stamp (I used my stamp a ma jig to stamp it)
- *adhere the rectangle over the knot with mounting squares
While I’ve got you here, I wanted to tell you about a sale where I’m an affiliate…Scrapbook.com…a four day stamping sale event!
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Have fun shopping and so glad you stopped by! Thank you for all the comments on my coffee blog hop cards!
It’s still cold with snow on the ground here in Iowa but that is going to change! My computer dashboard says it’ll be a high of 19˚ on today but watch out Friday! We’re jumping to 46˚! Almost bike riding weather! lol
26 thoughts on “A little Memory Box Spring and a SALE!”
oooooohhhh, I love how the flower one turns out!! Awesome technique! I love the background with the bunnies too! I love layers. 🙂
The cards are so “SPRING”. In truth, the bunnies are cute, but we both know the real dark chocolate bunnies are so good !!!
Ooooh both of your cards are absolutely adorable! I love the chocolate bunnies in the little spring scene! And those cute pink tulips!! I love the pink and black color scheme!! Fabulous!!
love the tulips – I have a flower die I think i will play with later today or tomorrow. Both cards are very nice. So ready for spring here in MO. Going to my bestie Patti tomorrow (my husband is going to take me) and we are going to craft for a few hours.
Took a peek this afternoon at your latest card posting and “my, my, my, how bright and cheery are your adorable cards. Spring is my favorite time of the year and what better way to say… hello spring!
Love both these cards!! Just darling use of bunnies and tulips are so spring!!
Oh these cards are so cute Pam! I love the tulips! Gorgeous! My have to do some shopping! (Oh no!) LOL! 🙂
These are really really really really really fun cards…really!
Love both of these, but I have to say the first one is my favorite! Chocolate bunnies trump tulips any day!! ha ha Seriously, they are adorable!
Beautiful creations! Love them both, but especially the flowers. Shirleys DH is bringing her up Gilliam Hill in his 4WD truck tomorrow…we just may have to case your masterpiece! Hugs…
Gorgeous card! Love how you used die cut tulips! Thank you for sharing at ATSM.
Love the Shaker Frames and those adorable bunnies. So cute!!!
The tulips and butterfly are just gorgeous!!!
So very nicely done!!!
Thanks for sharing with us!!!
love your tulips – thanks for sharing your beautiful spring card at ATSM this week
Two fabulous cards! The bunnies in their little scene are absolutely adorable and your flowers, with the sweet butterfly is exceptionally pretty! Love the ‘spring’ in your cards! Thank you for sharing your creativity in the ATSM gallery!
Just adorable, love how they are greeting each other
Your tulips card is beautiful! I love how you combined the diecuts with paper piecing. Thank you for sharing at ATSM.
Love this it is so eye-catching!x
Your cards are gorgeous, I have those bunnies somewhere – must dig them out !!
I love your tulips with the sweet butterfly! Something about pink/white/black and polka dots is just perfect to me! Thanks for joining us this week at The Card Concept 🙂
Thanks for joining us at TCC! I like how the butterfly pops off the card:)
Greetings Pam, what fun paper, framing and bunnies. Your tulips are just lovely.
What fabulous spring time cards, Pam … the paper pieced tulips and butterfly are so pretty and fresh … and I love the bunnies set amid their meadow flowers … yummy (and very chocolate-y looking)! Anita 🙂
Both cards are so fresh and fun. Love that cute little bunny scene. And those polka-dot tulips are darling.
Just saw all the wonderful designs in the book you made for Memory Box. Oh, my gosh!!!! It is stunning and a great source of inspiration! You must have been burning the midnight oil making all those beautiful creations. Love every one of them and can’t wait to buy more of their dies with your cards as my inspiration! You must be so proud of your talents!
Lovely, as always.