Easter Bunny Escape Card


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CASEd from Kathy Blick.

I caught a glimpse of the Easter bunny, "butt" it looks like he's getting away through the knot-hole in that tree!  I can't resist a cute bunny butt!  If you have all of the punches, this is a quick and easy card to make!

I used the Woodgrain Texture Impressions Folder to emboss the 4" x 5-1/4" piece of Crumb Cake card stock, then I punched a hole with the 2-1/2" Circle Punch.  I added a 3" x 3" piece of Early Espresso behind the hole to give it depth.

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I punched a 2-1/2" Circle and two Scallop Ovals in Whisper White for the butt and feet.  Both were sponged with Pretty In Pink ink.  I also punched two Large Ovals from Pretty in Pink for the bottoms of the feet.  The pads are made with circles from the Owl Punch. 

What do you think of my fluffy tail?  I used one of the rosettes from the Flower Trim, lightly sponged with Pretty In Pink, then layered it on a Pretty In Pink Boho Blossoms shape.  TIP: Use Multipurpose Tombow glue to attach the rosette for best results.

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I finished off the card by adding a 1" tall strip of 2011 In Color Designer Series Paper in Lucky Limeade stripes to match the card base and simulate grass.  It was punched with the Scallop Edge Border Punch, then wrapped with the Old Olive Striped Organdy Ribbon.

The Teeny Tiny Wishes sentiment was stamped in Early Espresso, then double-punched with the Word Window punch to shorten the shape a bit.

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