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Bunny encouragement card by Gladys


Hello everyone! Gladys here with fun encouragement card to share with you using Mama Elephant products.

First, I die cut the bunny because I knew it would take up the most space on my card. This bunny is from the Favor Bag Accessory dies which is meant to be used with treat bags but it's also great for cards. I glued the elements together with liquid glue since some of the pieces were small and it also gave me time to move it in the right place. To add interest, I added stardust stickles to the bow, glossy accents for the eyes, and a combination of kitsch flamingo and spun sugar for the blush on her cheeks.

Next I stamped the bunnies from the Little Line Agenda with milk chocolate ink. I colored them with Copic markers and cut them out using their coordinating dies. I went with a soft pastel colors because I had Easter on my mind. 
To create the scene, I used the Sweet Feline scalloped edges die cut from Bristol smooth cardstock. I used shaded lilac, salvaged patina, kitsch flamingo, and saltwater taffy distress oxide inks for the background. I grounded the stamped images using a grass border cut from green cardstock. I darken the edges with mowed lawn to add some depth. Next I adhered the panel onto a pattern paper from MFT Stamps pretty in plaid paper pack. 
For the sentiment I white heat embossed onto pink cardstock and adhered it onto the card. That is all for me today, thanks for joining me and have a wonderful week!!


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