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Whimsy & Stars Studio - Spring Hat Bunny

Hello!  Happy Tuesday!  Today I have a card to share with you made using Spring Hat Bunny (digital stamp) from Whimsy & Stars Studio


2013-02-18 WSS Spring Hat Bunny WM


I tried a new (for me) technique although it is hard to see it in the photo.  I wet a scrap of burlap with Copic colorless blender and pressed it to the bunny’s hat to add some texture.    At this time, I didn’t put a sentiment on the card because I usually only need a couple of Easter cards.  I left it blank so I can use this for Easter or another occasion.


Thank you for stopping by today!  Have a great day!



  • Stamps:  Spring Hat Bunny (digital stamp) from Whimsy & Stars Studio
  • Papers:  Neenah Classic Crest solar white CS, Papertrey kraft CS, Bazzill Basics blue CS, October Afternoon Sidewalks paper pad
  • Tools:  Sewing machine, Stampin’Up edge punch, Big Shot, Papertrey Layerz Mat Stack #1, Copic markers
  • Embellishments:  Twinery honeydew baker’s twine, Hug Snug seam binding, misc. buttons




Desire Fourie said…
Gorgeous Cheryl. Love the sunny cheerful colours.
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Hanneke said…
This card you entered in MIM is adorable! I love the DP and image! The twine is a great touch. Hugs, Hanneke
Lisa said…
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Sudha said…
Its so pretty. I love this.

Sonia said…
Just wonderful card my dear friend^_^
Beautiful image^_^
Big hug,
Carla S. said…
Beautiful card, Cheryl! I love the papers and stitching! Darling image!
Pam said…
Your card is just so beautiful!
jimlynn said…
So pretty and cute! I'll have to try that technique now.
Davi said…
I always love checks and combined with the floral it looks sooo springy! That precious image and fun button for flower center look so very pretty with the dps ;)
Sue - bearhouse said…
Awwww Such a cute image and I love the pretty Spring colours. The texture on the hat looks fabulous.
Hugs Sue
Riet said…
What a beautiful card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
Creative M said…
A beautiful card!Lovely image!
Have a wonderful day,
Oi Cheryl, tudo bem! Amo quando você faz um comentário no meu cantinho, sendo seus trabalhos tão lindos e encantadores, gosto das combinações de cores em seus cartões, muito fofos, obrigado pelo carinho, e pelas visitinhas no meu Blog, beijo, boa semana!!
Tracy said…
Those bright spring colored papers are fabulous Cheryl! Your little bunny looks precious and I can see the texture pattern you got with the burlap. Fun! Hugs!
OMGosh this is so super cute!!! Love the fabulous design and the dp you used.
Cool technique with the burlap! I can totally see it in the picture!! Love the musical background too!!
Amber said…
Too cute, love the colors and you colored it perfectly!
Joan V said…
Darling card. Super cute image, too. Thanks for sharing.
Missy said…
This is so cute Cheryl, what pretty, sunny papers and adorable image!!!
Samantha said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl I love the bright colours ans sewing too! hugs me x
Audrey Pettit said…
So very,very sweet! Love the papers and all the yummy layers and that bunny is too cute! The texture you created on the hat is brilliant!
Cheryl said…
oh gosh adore this hun,its one stunning layout,and love the colours so bright and cheery too hugs Cherylxxxxxx

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