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Reverse Confetti Bunny Card and Tag

Hello, friends! It is Rebekah here today to show you this happy, springtime card and gift tag set I made! 

I started off stamping a plaid pattern onto 2 pieces of 4 x 5 1/4 pieces of card stock using the Plaid builder stamp set by MY Favorite Things. This is a super easy process and practically impossible to mess up! Simply attach the long, thin stamps onto a Fiskars Stamp Press or on to a MISTI and stamp diagonally onto the paper in shades of ink in similar shades. I added a thin, contrasting navy blue  stripe using a colored pencil and a ruler.

Once stamped out, I rounded the corners of the paper with a corner rounder and attached it to an 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 card base.
I then used the MFT Scalloped Circle Die  to cut a circle from white and navy blue cardstock.

I colored and cut out these adorable little bunnies and accessory stamps from a  Reverse Confetti set called HippItty Hoppity. I think they are too cute!
I used the Fishtail Banners from My Favorite Things for the sentiment. I then arranged all the elements of my card and attached them using Scotch Foam Tape  and Ranger Mulit Matt Medium

For the tag I used the second piece of stamped plaid paper and cut the tag front the MFT Tag Builder Blueprints 4. This one is currently out of stock but if you click on the 'Add Me To the Waiting List ' button, Vanessa can get you one. BUT there is another cool alternative that is in stock and it's the  Tiny Stitched Tag Dies. They are a little smaller but would make adorable mini shakers! 
For the sentiment on my tag I used the Blueprints 25 banner.

On both the tag and the card, I used sequence from Taylored Expressions.
Hugs to you all!


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