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4/6/20231 min read

Discover Fresh Design Styles for Cardmaking

Getting Started:

card base: 5.5 x 8.5, scored and folded at 4.25

card face: 5.25 x 4

Strip of white cardstock 1.75 x 4

small pieces of scrap cardstock for bunny and wreath

Card Face:

I ran the card face through an embossing folder, and put it to one side


  • The strip of card stock had two different colours applied with blending brushes. I used blue and green (I love these colours together) and a light hand as I wanted the card to have a light, springtime feel.

  • I die cut the bunny, and used some residual ink on the blue brush to make him coordinate with the strip of cardstock. Again, I used a light hand.

  • I die cut the wreath ( which is actually in three sections that nest into one another) and left it white.

  • I attached the ink blended strip to the middle of the card face.

  • Then I glued all three parts of the wreath down , centering both vertically and horizontally on the card face.

  • I glued the bunny slightly off to the side, as if he was sitting on the wreath.


I glued the card face to the base.

I added 3 clear gems to finish it off.

Final thoughts:

This bunny is adorable, and instantly ups the "awwww" factor on a card. I didn't add a sentiment as I didn't think this design absolutely needed one. I like the overall softness of the palette, and love how the elements combined to create a cute card.


ink: Stampin' Up!

blending brushes: Amazon,, Simon Says Stamp

adhesive: tombo aqua Amazon, Simon Says Stamp

bunny die: Amazon

wreath dies: Amazon

card base: Accent 100 lb, Amazon

card face: Accent 80 lb, Amazon

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