Sunday, March 1, 2009

Bunnies & Eggs

Good Morning! It's the last day of our sneak peeks, which means all nine stamp sets will be available in the 2RedBananas store tomorrow - Woo Hoo!! I know you're going to love them.

Today's card is made with the set "Bunnies and Eggs" illustrated by Abbey Westemeyer. It's a fun, whimsical set with 3 images and a sentiment. I used the bunny holding the basket (obviously) and the sentiment. This was a fun and easy card to make. I started with a purple base and used some lime green and soft blue cardstock. The dp I used, I've had in my stash for a while, but I really like the softness it added to the card. I used the Fiskars Threading Water punch at the bottom of the dp and threaded some soft blue fiber through the holes and tied a little blow. My only other embellishment is the metallic dew drops, these are FUN!! These are from the Mardi Gras set, but if you really know Mardi Gras, the set comes with this soft purple, gold, and turquoise (not green). They're really look good together though, so it's okay :)


Oh, I did color my image with prismacolor pencils and mineral spirits and highlighted with Inkssentials white pen.


You can see other projects made with this set on Teresa's blog and Maraya's blog. You can then go to the 2RedBananas blog to enter to win your choice of one of the newly released stamp sets :)


Our quote for the day: "My eyes are an ocean in which my dreams are reflected."
- Anna M. Uhlich


Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great day!

6 comments:

Christina Fischer said...

It's cooold here, but looking at your cute sneak peeks reminds me that spring IS coming! Thanks!! :)

Teresa said...

Love the purple and paisely. It makes me think sring too.

Maraya said...

Hey Jeanette - I like the spring colors and the fiber threaded through the paper.

Wendy said...

This is such a cute card. I LOVE that paper you used, it's beautiful.

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

What a fun way to thread the fibres through, and I'm lovin' those metallic dew drops!!

America said...

I LOVE THAT DP!!!! And what awesome elements and fiber ideas used here. Such a FUN image. TFS :)