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Hugs & Kisses Card by Tina

Hello crafty friends, it’s Tina with a cute slimline card featuring some adorable bunnies from the Sunny Studio Bunnyville set.

This set is perfect for Easter cards but can be used for many other occasions, as I am showing today.

The base panel is easy to make with the Slimline Meadows die from Whimsy Stamps.
This die is amazing since it creates a whole background scene at once.

The large tree die cut is also included in this set, and I decided to make mine extra ‘fluffy’ with lots of green layers.

I used my Copic markers to give the tree and the grassy borders some dimension and structure. The colors I used are listed below.



Next, I stamped the cute bunnies, butterfly, and carrots from the set onto a sheet of Neenah Solar White 110lb Card Stock and did some more Copic coloring.


Copics used

Tree         E15, E18, G14, YG05, YG17
Bunny      T1, T3, T5, T7, R20
Carrot       E08, YR68, YR16, Y38, G14, YG05, YG17
Flowers    BV02, V06, Y06, Y19
Butterfly    Y06, Y19



I inked up the sky portion of the panel with Distress Oxide Tumbled Glass for a soft blue touch.

Before assembling the card I used my Misti to stamp the sentiment from a Clearly Besotted set from my stash.
I glued the background panel to a white card base and adhered my images to create a sweet scene. Since the grass portion of the die is layered you can tuck the carrots into the slots. 


To add some cute details, I die cut and colored the little flowers from the die set.

Finally, a few Honey Bee Crystal Clear Gem stickers were added for that extra ‘bling’. 


And that finishes the card for today!
Thank you for being here and see you soon, Tina

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