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Wednesday, 4 March 2009

Salmon Pink Tiny Baby Little Cotton Rabbit

This is the card I made for my Australian friend's little girl.

The Sugar Nellie Little Cotton Rabbit image was very kindly donated by Sandra F (Annette) in a die-cut/image swap.

The rabbit image was watercoloured using Whispers Brushstroke markers. This was cut into an oval and matted onto a scalloped oval mat cut out by hand. Doodling was added to the edge of the scalloped ovals as were pricked holes.

The right hand edge of the card blank was cut away. Papers from the DCWV Nana's Nursery Baby Girl paper stack were adhered to the card front and the image attached over the top. A matching paper from the stack was attached to the inside of the card so that it shows from the front.

Prima flowers were coloured using Whispers Brushstroke markers, and highlighted with Craft Planet Irridescent Sparkle glitter glue. A green button was attached to the centre of the large flower using embroidery thread, and pink faux gems were attached to the centres of the smaller flowers.

The '1' was created using a foam stamp from the Papermania Large Numbers set. This was then cut out and highlighted with Craft Planet Irridescent glitter glue.


Kim Piggott said...

Such an adorable card I love it!
kim x

debby4000 said...

Oh this is so adorable, fabulous card.

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