Check out this absolutely adorable bunny that I used on a card. She is part of a stamp set that I bought from The Greeting Farm online stamp store. Their stamps are all rubber cling mounted stamps sold in a sheet. So, you have to cut them out, then they stick over and over onto an acrylic block just like clear stamps, only the durability is far, far better than clear stamps. Their quality is very high just like my favorite stamps from Stampin Up!
Speaking of Stampin Up, they announced this week that they have been cutting costs everywhere that they can during this recession, but have finally decided that they are going to have to lay-off some employees at their offices in Utah! I feel so bad for the employees that will be the chosen ones. I have been there myself and I know how they feel. If you would, please take a moment and say a prayer for all of the home office employees.
Ok, so to cheer us up, look at this totally cute bunny. Is she the cutest bunny you ever saw or what? There were a few other bunnies in the set as well. I will put them on some cards as soon as I can fit them into my stamp schedule.
As usual, all card stock used is from Stampin Up. The half-circle that the bunny is on was made with Stampin Up's large scallop circle big shot die-cut. The bunny is colored with Stampin Up markers, The patterned paper under the circle is from Provocraft, the sticky gems are from Michael's along with the two sparkly brads. the partial flowers under the brads were made with Stampin Up's retired daisy punch. The flower ribbon is unknown; sorry. The border was made with a Martha Stewart Border Punch! STILL SEARCHING FOR THAT MS BUNNY BORDER PUNCH, BY THE WAY! I know, I sound like a broken record. That about sums it up, no complicated technique or anything involved here. However, if you have any questions, always feel free to contact me or leave a comment. Have a great weekend! Blessings, Lisa