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Thoughtful Bunny

Hey folks!

I had a lot of fun making the Card that I'm here to share with you today! It's so simple and sweet, I can't stand it!

So I started by stamping the Memory Box Thoughtful Bunny Stamp Set with Momento Tuxedo Black Ink and did some simple Copic Coloring. This wan't even 5 minutes worth of coloring peeps. Soo easy.

I also stamped some Masks with Inkadinkado Stamp Masking Paper. I only covered the Images that would be the closest to edges of where I would do my Ink Blending.

Before I started Ink Blending, I Masked off the Panel on both sides and where I wanted the Grass to be. You could skip the Masking down the sides if you wanted, because there are Panels going over the top. I masked it off because I really wanted the sharper, darker edges that masking gives you.

Using a Ranger Mini Ink Blending Tool I added some My Favorite Things Blue Yonder Ink, then moved the Mask for the Grass to Mask off the Sky and added My Favorite Things Gumdrop Green Hybrid Ink.

I used one of the Lawn Fawn Stitched Scallop Border Dies to add a decorative edge to the Panel over the top and some Clear Wink of Stella to a few of the Images.

That's it! Easy peasy.

I hope you enjoyed my card today! Be sure to stop back by tomorrow for more crafty fabulousness and ALSO head on over to the Butterfly Reflections Ink Shop and check out the new Stamping Bella Stamps!

Until next time!


  1. Such a special card. Love your background and adorable bunny. Thanks for sharing.


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