Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Blog Hop! Bunny Easel Card & 3D Foam Easter Shapes

Hi Y'all! 
Robyn here, welcoming you to day 3 of our blog hop with Scrapbook Adhesives, makers of quality and creative adhesives!  Thanks for dropping by!
Terre is also sharing today and if this is your first visit, go back and see the inspiration you missed Monday and Tuesday.
Special thanks to the fine folks at Scrapbook Adhesives for all the fab products and for coming out to play with us at Quietfire.
Here is my project.
Products used:

Begin with your cut files. 
 You can never have too many bunnies!

I love how this, above, turns into...

...this below! with just the touch of a mouse!

The Bunny Easel Card is an instant project
 You could send it just as is, with some kind words, or begin embellishing!
Add some color with Distress Inks and Markers.

Use a mask when you color your carrot.

Create your background with the flourish stamp and more Distress Inks.
Stamp the sentiment in VersaFine Imperial Purple and thermal emboss clear.
The tail and tie are Red Heart yarn, adhered with Dotz.
The bit of pink flocking is glued with the E-Z mini dots, overlapping.
The Sentiment bunny gets some dimension from the 3-D Dotz. I love that they are clear, so you don't see them from the side.

The Easter Foam Dots are fun!
First remove the cover sheet of the negative space and put a little powder on it.
Then remove  the cover sheets on the letters and burnish the glitter into the foam.
I mixed two colors and added a few drops of alcohol ink to get the shade I wanted.

Use the cover sheet to make some marks for easy placement of the letters.
The E-Z mini dots are great for gluing small bits, like the grass.

Here is a side view.
There is lots of room for words of love inside, and you could add more carrots!
A few drops of liquid pearls accent the letters.

Scrapbook Adhesives and Quietfire Design are giving away two prizes  valued at $60 each. 
Enter our raffle for  a chance to win $30 worth of Quietfire rubber stamps AND $30 worth of Scrapbook Adhesives by following the instructions in the Rafflecopter box below.  
Comment on each blog post this week to enter to win! One (1) comment per person per blog post. Winner will be randomly drawn on 3-24-2014 and announced here on the Quietfire Creations blog! Earn additional entries by following us on Facebook and Twitter!
Enter our contest here, then go over to the Scrapbook adhesives blog to see their project of the day and enter their contest, too!

For more inspiration using products from Quietfire Design & Scrapbook Adhesives and an additional giveaway! please visit my blog.
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Heather said...

very cute card, I love the bling/glitter.

Unknown said...

How precious

Sandy said...

Cute! Thanks for the chance to win!

barbara macaskill said...

Love this fun card!! Thank you for the tutorial also!! Your card is just adorable and somebunny will be very hoppy to receive it!! TFS!

BVCG said...

cute card. Have a great day

Saundra A. said...

This is such a great card. So much creativity has gone in to it. Wow, I would like to try
something like this. Keep up the great work!

Jutta said...

I love this cheery oh so cute bunny card! Thanks for the letter line up tip!

Janis said...

Such a pretty bunny are covered with hearts and flowers!! Love her sweet and colorful pompom tail. What a clever design with the carrot, too. Very fun and cheerful card!
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com

Carole said...

What a fun project thanks for the opportunity to win

Sue D said...

This bunny card is adorable--lots of great details and techniques.

Iris said...

Such a cute bunny.
isoscia at aol dot com

Anonymous said...

Lots of pieces. A good adhesive is really necessary for a project like this. Love the card.

Suzi said...

I do love easel cards! But I've never had it this easy! :o)
Entering contest as "Gramma"

Terre Fry said...

Robyn I love this Easter card and girl great minds think a like!!!

christi said...

wow, lots of work went into this. it's amazing. great job. thanks for the tute so I can see all of the steps. I like to guess then read and see how close I am.

I'm a Little Teapot said...

Oh my word...this is so cute!!! Fabulous idea for the card! Incorporating the bunny shape to the fold card is just brilliant!

Amy C. said...

Adorable bunny card! Thanks for sharing this very creative card!

Robin B. said...

Super cute card! I love the bunny and the sentiment, thanks for sharing.

Deborah said...

This is a wow card very clever and thought out love it

Kathy Eddy said...

This is just adorable. I love the shaped card!

Art By Wanda said...

Love this, Robyn!!!

Charity Chamberlain said...

Super cute! Love the glitter embossing!

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