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02/21/2017

Tue 21

Serene Rabbit
by Michele K. Henderson

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Hello Everyone!

This warm weather has me thinking about all things green and springy! So I created this adorable little bunny card that has a wonderful open and embossed texture and feel. Take a look!

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I used an old favorite, the Kaysen Oval Frame, along with brand new dies from our latest release, Serene Rabbit, Easter Egg Party, and Bellen Corner.  I also added a little "secret technique" with this cheerful card. By adding die cuts, such as embellished corners or curly cues the same color as the background, you can create an "embossed" pattern as simple or as detailed as you'd like. For this card, I just used the Bellen Corner to add a little fancy texture in the corners. It's another great way to get your dies to work for you, cutting, stenciling, and "embossing."

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Thank you so much for joining us today!

Michele Floral Signature copy

 

 

Comments

Morning Michele, Gorgeous !! Spring is definitely in the air with this card, this lovely bunny is finding all the beautiful eggs. I love it !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Sublime !!!
Bises
Thaly

So sweet Michele! Love it!

Wagging my cotton tail, Michele! This card is fabulous, and I'm loving that the only "solid" element is the white rabbit. You've given me several ideas that I'll be incorporating into my Easter cards this year. Thanks!

This is precious, Michele.

Awesome work!!

very cute, I love the decorating of the eggs, so sweet!

I like how delicate this scene is Michele, just lovely!

I love the bunny and those eggs are just gorgeous. Wow!

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