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Bunny Love
by Birgit Norton

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Do you have a special "some-bunny" in your life?  Birgit here with you today, and I'm revisiting some of the previously released dies.

Have you been enjoying the spring release so far?  Sometimes I can get so caught up in the new releases that I overlook the timeless dies from previous releases.  So today, I've paired the darling Wishful Bunny and other previously released sets to make a card for some bunny special in my life.  Let's get started!

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I started by cutting the Heartfelt Pinpoint Frame out of pink cardstock and mounted it to an A2 sized pink card base.

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I cut the Lovely Fringe Flowers out of white and the same pink cardstock.   I also cut the Wishful Bunny out of white cardstock and played around with the layout.  I added a pink gingham ribbon bow to the bunny to dress her up.

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Once I decided on the layout for the card front, I assembled the flower and mounted it onto a red paper medallion.

I cut a pink glittered heart from the Delicate Pastel Glitter Pad, using the Heartfelt Pinpoint Frame and glued that to the top of the flower.

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For the sentiment, I cut the Peace, Love and Belly Rubs out of white cardstock and trimmed off just the "LOVE" section for the sentiment and glued that to a Colwell Label.

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To complete the sentiment, I cut the letter "U" from the Marzipan Alphabet and glued it onto the bunny's extended paw, thus completing my card.

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Poppystamps Floral Signature

 



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Comments

Hi Birgit, This Valentine card is really lovely.
I am glad to see the Blog is back to normal, was beginning to wonder what was wrong.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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