Easter Wishes!

Hi everyone! I have a Easter Slimeline card to share with you today. I have a little process video if you would like to watch here: https://youtu.be/1LDZUqQ6Y3Q

Aren’t these bunnies cute?? I love them!! I used the Four Window Slimline Die from CC Designs and the stamp/Die set is called Easter Egg Hunt. I stamped them onto Sweet Sentiment cardstock with Jet Black ink from Lawn Fawn using my Misti. I colored them in with my Copic Markers. I then cut them out with the coordinating dies. I had to redo one bunny because it might have moved when I diecut it. Also I had some bleeding when using my blender marker. I just used my white signo pen to help clear that up.

I used the window slimline die and first cut it out with white cardstock but it looked too plain with my bunnies so I used a paper pack from my stash that had pink polka dot embossed paper. I glued the pink diecut over the white diecut using my liquid glue. The diecut from the Slimline die leaves you with four squares so I put them on purple tape and ink blended my clouds with Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide ink using the MFT Mini Cloud Edges Slimline Stencil and my Cotton Tail Blending Brushes. On the rectangular piece I ink blended it using Peeled Paint distress oxide ink with MFT Grassy hills slimline stencil. I stamped my sentiment with Versafine Clair Nocturne ink onto my ink blended grass. I then added everything to my Slimline card base. I went a little crazy with Scrapbook’s Pops of Color in Pearl Soft Pink. I also added white gel accents to my bunnies. I hope you have enjoyed my card. I had a lot of fun making it.

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