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Have A Happy Easter With KatScrappiness

Hi there friends, LeeAnn here with my first Guest post with Kat Scrappiness. I am so excited to be here with the team this month and bring this great product to you.

For my project I have made an adorable Easter card using the Build A Bunny stamp set which is part of this months release. In making this card I used paper from the Echo Park “I Love Easter” 6×6 paper pad. I used Paper Studio mint green cardstock for my layers, and Recollections white as my base and for these adorable bunnies. I used Memento Tuxedo Black ink and stamped the bunny three times, for two of them I stamped the “fluffy” tail, and the third I stamped the face, collar, ears and paws… I love these little bunnies, they are just so adorable. For the two facing backwards I used a Pastel Pink tail on one and Pastel Teal on the other. I glued some of the egg’s from “Easter Egg Hunt” around some tucked under layers and some out in the open. I really had fun with this.

I hope you have enjoyed this post and project.

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2 Comments

  • Reply BECCA YAHRLING

    Super cute!! Love the darling bunny tails. Welcome to the team!

    03/09/2020 at 7:39 AM
  • Reply Sharon Gullikson

    The tails add an extra ADORABLE LOOK to these really cute bunnies.

    03/12/2020 at 2:31 PM
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