I hope you're all well.
It's my turn to choose the theme and I picked Bunnies.
Here's my little piece of inspiration...
I've made a birthday card for my youngest daughter, Nikki, who will be 21 on May 1st.
The image is Bebunni Hip Hip Hooray, which I've coloured using Copics. I've used a craft knife to cut out the letters so that I could turn it into a shaker card, adding beads and glitter.
I added a hand made bow.
I've used various dies on this one...tonic, Spellbinder, Disney and Diesire.
The backing paper is LOTV (Nitwits Bonnets & Bowties).
I used a Disney Minnie Mouse die to cut the numbers. I never noticed when I bought the set but the letters and numbers are the reverse of how you would expect them to be. When you look at the die the image is usually in reverse. These are the right way round so the 'good side' ends up on the back. I bought them to cut MUM for my mother's day cards. As the letters M & U are reversible in this font I never noticed the problem. It was only when I cut an L I noticed. I think I might email the company that makes them.
I've finished off with some flowers and pearls and a bit more pink ribbon.
I hope you'll pop over to the challenge here
and check out the gorgeous inspiration from my very talented team mates. We'd love to see your creations, after all it's a good time to be making those bunny cards with Easter approaching.
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