I had intended to post a card yesterday, but I was very busy stamping and coloring designs for all of the Easter cards that I want to send. In the end, I forgot to post something. Using colors for Easter cards is especially fun this year since we are all so tired of that awful word "Winter".
Two years ago I found this stamp somewhere after Easter and wanted it to use last year. Last year I forgot to use it. This year I was determined to do something with it.
I used three Stampin' Up! markers to color the bunnies, stamped it on white card stock and then cut and embossed it with a Spellbinders oval die. The yellow mat was also cut with a Spellbinders die.
The bunnies seemed to need something under them and I knew what our granddaughter, Taryn, would tell me. "They need grass, Grandma!" She loves using the Martha Stewart punch so I honored Taryn by adding some grass. It was shaped with the oval die after I had punched it.
The card base was embossed with the Swiss Dots folder and then I used the Martha Stewart Wild Flowers Edger punch. I really like the Swiss Dots with the pretty floral punched edge.
I'd love to know what you think of today's card. Thanks for coming by!