Monday, March 8, 2010

                   
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Chocolate Bunny Artisan Swap


Happy Monday! I just realized I never got around to posting my Scrapbook Sunday yesterday, oops! I think I say it every week, but I don't know how the weekend goes by so quickly. I'm counting down, 5 days until Spring Break!


I didn't get much stamping done this weekend, but I do have this little Chocolate Bunny, or I guess I should say a White Chocolate Bunny, card that I made for an Artisan Swap with the other Stampin' Up! Artistan Award winners. I haven't got the swaps back yet, I can hardly wait. These girls make some fabulous cards! I can't tell you how many versions of this card I worked through before I found this one acceptable. It's a high pressure group for me! ha!


A few details...for the background shape, I ran the Sweet Pea patterned paper through the Big Shot with the Oval Scallop die. I used the inside piece to stamp the bunny in Versamark then emboss with White Embossing Powder, then I cut him out with scissors. Next, I cut small pieces of the green polka dot paper and the yellow floral paper and laid them on top of the Oval Scallop die, placing the edges together, making sure I had enough to cover the whole oval shape, then ran it through the Big Shot too. They came out two separate pieces, then I glued them down inside the blue Oval Scallop frame. Hope that makes sense, let me know if you have any questions!


Okay, better get a move on, busy day today. Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!


Recipe
Stamps: Chocolate Bunny, Teeny Tiny Wishes.
Cardstock: Kraft, Sweet Pea & Razzleberry Lemonade DSP.
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Versarmark.
Accessories: Big Shot, Oval Scallop Die, Heat Tool, White Embossing Powder, Rich Razzleberry Polka Dot Ribbon, Butterfly Punch, So Saffron Designer Series Button, Linen Thread, Janome Sew Mini.

18 comments:

Brenda Weaver said...

oh, Angie, you have nothing to worry about! Your card is fabulous! I love the oval in the center and the cute, cute bunny. Great details. The artisan girls will love it, I'm sure!

~amy~ said...

CUTE...love it!

Heather P. said...

This is gorgeous!! LOVE the way the oval nestie shape is used like an egg... Too cool!!

Shabby Horse said...

So cute! I think I need this oval die and also the chocolate bunny stamp. Love all the patterned papers. Very sweet!

Winter said...

So pretty! I love the white chocolate bunny! :)

Jen said...

oh my. love it! sooo fresh! makes me so excited for spring!!

clouds shadler said...

cute cute Angie, what an awesome card! I luv the choc bunny, hehe!

Hugs
Clouds :D

Juanita said...

This is so fresh and cute {and well crafted} I love the white chocolae bunny, that is very different from what you normally see. The scrappiness of this {with the sewing and the patterns} is very fun and spring-like.

Brooke S said...

Yummy! Super cute girlie:)
HUGS
BROOKE

Alex said...

CAUUUUTE! Love this card Angie, just super adorable, girl!! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

Cindy Major said...

This is yet another reason why I would LOVE to be able to enter the Artisan Award - the chance to swap with the other winners! How gorgeous is that card!!! Love all the sewing you've done on it and the white-embossed bunny! And how you sewed the middle of the butterfly. Such awesome details!

Will we be seeing pictures of the other swap cards somewhere?

Thanks for sharing!
Cindy :)

Deanna said...

Adorable!

Courtney Baker said...

Angie OH MY WORD LOVE THIS. I seriously just stared at it!

Kelli said...

I like how you stitched around the egg shape!

kathleenh said...

I love how you used two different pieces of dp for the oval and then stitched them. The ruffled ribbon running across the middle is the crowning touch!

Tiffany said...

Oh, how cute is this?! Loving all the wonderful colors!

Shelley Bohan said...

OMGosh I can't wait till I get mine. Love it!!! Great zig zags. ha!

Anthonette said...

Oh my goodness, Angie! Awesome, awesome, awesome!

How behind am I in looking at your blog? Love the details of real sewing.