Friday, February 24, 2012

Everybunny Hot Air Balloon

The weather yesterday in the north Georgia Mountains was gorgeous! Almost like a spring day.  It's confusing some of the flowers in the neighborhood but it was a great day to trim back my Knock Out roses.  I was told this was the time of the year to do that.  Hope so...I'm more of a stamper then gardener. :) 

Today's project makes me think of a beautiful spring Easter Day. This little bunny is happily floating along on a gorgeous day spreading lovely flowers all over the land. :)  That reminds me of a game I used to play with my boys where we each added a line to the story.  They used to come up with some pretty strange twists in the story. Sorry...I'm digressing.

Thought this card might work for this week's challenge at The Outlawz if I can find the time to actually post it before they are on to the next challenge.  Come join the fun.

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  • When you are using layers of the same color on a card it's good to add some texture.  This is easily done with Stampin' Up's many embossing folders.  I find it difficult to even make a card without using my Big Shot to either emboss or die cut.
  • Coloring an image can be done many ways.  Today I chose to use my ink pads and a blender pen.  Just squeeze on the ink pad before opening and when you open it there will be enough ink on the inside plastic to use with your blender pens.
  • I wanted to have the flowers look like they were actually falling to the ground so I used one of the punches in the Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack to add the extra flowers.

Stamp Sets:  Everybunny (C122707), (W122705)
Ink:  Chocolate Chip (100908), Pool Party (122938), Calypso Coral (122939), Lucky Limeade (122935)
Paper:  Very Vanilla (101650), Pool Party (122924), Calypso Coral (122925)
Tools and Accessories:  Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack (118309),  Square Lattice Embossing Folder (119976),  Big Shot (113439),  Blender Pens (102845),  Very Vanilla 1/8" Taffeta Ribbon (119960).
Basic Pearls (119247), Dimensionals (104430)

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