Hello! It is Hannah, again! Yes, I did just share yesterday, but I’m catching up from being sick the past week and my wonderful fellow Design Team members picked up my slack. Now it is time for me to start pulling my fair share of the work and that means that YOU get to hear from me two days in a row! Lucky you!
Yesterday I showed you how to make a fun bunny spinner card, and today we’re still working with the same bunny dies! I’m making these adorable dies work for you, you’re going to get your money’s worth out of them before I’m done!
To start, though, I took the Cross Stitch Rectangle Dies and cut a panel of cardstock using the largest die. Then I centered the Brush Script Happy Easter Word Die in that panel and cut it out. While I’m talking about that die, have you checked it out in the Kat Scrappiness shop? Many of her sentiment word dies are really inexpensive! For $4.99 you really can’t beat the price! FABULOUS deal!!
I was really careful removing the word die from my cardstock, I was able to keep most of the paper bits in place and ran some Glad Press and Seal over the entire thing to keep all of them exactly where I wanted. I was able to move the sentiment and toss it, I wanted the negative pieces.
The Glad Press and Seal holds REALLY well. I was able to run my tape runner over all the intricate tiny pieces and edges so that I could adhere this panel, negative pieces from the letters and all, directly onto another piece of cardstock with little fuss.
Look how perfect that looks! Next, I die cut two bunnies using the largest of the Stitched Easter Bunny Outline Die. I lined them up where I wanted them to go on my card panel, and then taped the largest Cross Stitch Rectangle Die so that the cross stitch edge would provide a finished look where I wanted them to be cut off.
Carefully, I curved the bunnies so that they didn’t lie flat on the card panel. I only adhered them along the cross stitch edge, I wanted them to look like they were popping off of the card front. Scor-Tape was my adhesive of choice on this because it was strong and didn’t have a drying time. I used some Ranger Multi Medium Matte and my Crystal Katana (video coming soon on this awesome tool) to adhere some sequins that I used for eyes! How cute does that look? The mix from the Pastel Pop Sequin Mix fits this Easter theme perfectly!
While we are on the subject of Easter, have you seen Kat’s Easter selection? OH, you should go get your shop on! If you want the items I’ve used in this card or any others, feel free to use my discount code: HANNAH10!
For this card, I used the following items found at the Kat Scrappiness store:
Cross Stitch Rectangle Dies by Kat Scrappiness
Brush Script Happy Easter Word Die by Kat Scrappiness
Stitched Easter Bunny Outline Die by Kat Scrappiness
Ranger Multi Medium Matte
Pastel Pop Sequin Mix by Kat Scrappiness