I was bound and determined that Easter was not going to get by without my having made – AND SENT OUT! – Easter cards! Yes, I made lots of Valentine and St. Patty's Day cards. But most of them are still sitting in my stash of unsent greeting cards. I am very pleased to say that every Easter card I made this year has been put into the mail! Yay!!!!
And, of course, most of my cards this Easter were made with the Stamp Set, Everybunny, and/or its companion Stampin' Around Wheel, Every Egg. This little Girl Bunny is just one of the cards that I made this week, and it's on its way to one of my granddaughters in North Carolina. I made another card with the same layout, and both of them used the Designer Series Paper set, Just Add Cake. I love the colors in that set, and it's got some designs that are so flexible that you can use them for any brightly-colored card you might want to make.
I colored in the little Girl Bunny with her Easter Basket using Poppy Parade, Wild Wasabi, Peach Parfait, and So Saffron Stampin' Write Markers. For her dress, I stamped the image on some of the Just Add Cake paper and then cut out the dress – hey, paper dolls!! Ooooh, I loved those when I was a little girl. I guess I still do!
Since I was on a mission to make a lot of cards AND get them mailed in a fairly short period of time, I basically set myself up for what we demonstrators call a "Stamp a Stack." Lots of cards with the same materials and basic design. Tomorrow I'll show off some of the others that I made.
And because this was such an easy card to make and since there are tons of Stampin' Up! rubber stamps that would fit in that little square, I've drawn the sketch out for you to use, too! Have some fun with it!!