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Tuesday, 7 April 2009

Bunny has been breeding!

I'm having a day off learning how to use the new toy in my crafting life to do some more bunny cards. Gave up forcing my printer to play with the 300 gsm card I'd just got, wonderful though it is and printed inserts for the lovely craftwork cards scalloped cards. They're a bargain at £6.50 for 50 with envelopes. There are other sizes and styles. Then I got the bunnies from Pink Petticoat which I'd already coloured with my new promarkers while I was watching telly. They are ace for colouring printer images 'cos they don't bleed if you're careful. No washing or shading, just lovely vibrant colours which matched perfectly with some cupcake collection papers that I'd already got. I also used some stuff taken from the new "bloomin' lovely" everyday goody bag . I wanted to isolate the image from the papers as they are so vibrant but I didn't want to make another mat which would have covered up the papers so I used the blooms and chopped 'em up to go further. Got to save money somehow! There's also some other bits'n'bobs in there-oh-and the card candy is "totally tropical" which also comes in the "bloomin lovely" bag along with a heap of other stash which I'm working on using instead of stashing. TTFN it's time for tea when I've got the piccies on

1 comment:

  1. Great idea for mass production. In answer to your question about the jar. They are from a very expensive and exclusive local supplier, each hand crafted to exact size and shape. They were made specifically for me to fit my Elzybells design on!
    (Well, the truth is, it was 80p in IKEA!!! lol)