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It's Bunny Day
by Tricia Barber

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Hello!  When I was young, I could not wait for my Easter Basket.  The one thing I always treasured was getting the big solid chocolate bunny in my basket.  It was something that would last a long time and we did not get things like this often so it was a special treat.   It's hard to find those now as most are hollow. I decided to use the Nordic Bunny die and used the outline die to create the big solid chocolate bunny.   I inked the edges for some dimension. 

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To create the card base, I used the Nordic Lacy Plate along with the Nordic Pattern Rings die.  I love all the details in both of these dies and did use my metal shim in my Big Shot for both.  I die cut the Nordic pattern rings from light pink, yellow and light purple cardstock.   I layered this onto a die cut circle that was just under the size of the Nordic Pattern Rings die.   The Nordic Lacy Plate was die cut with darker purple cardstock and I layered some light pink vellum underneath.   I added this to the card panel. 

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The sentiment is from the Spring Banners craft die.  I used the same light purple cardstock and white embossed a sentiment.  I die cut the sentiment using the flag die included in this set.   I adore all the details that the Nordic Lacy Plate and Nordic Pattern Rings provide!   Did you get Easter baskets when you were young?  What did you treasure most?    I hope you have a wonderful day! 

Tricia Floral Signature[9]

 

 

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Hi Tricia, A beautiful card, I adore the background and the colours you have used, the circle die-cuts look gorgeous and the cute bunny completes this card beautifully.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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