Storybook bunny

Debra Burgin Storybook bunnyYesterday I devoted a lot of time to office work, as there were workers in both houses and my goal was to keep out of the way as much as possible.  No work being done near the office, so that’s where I hid.

So far I’ve corrected our address for over 60 entities, and I’m not done yet.  Indeed, life is as complicated as I’ve felt it to be!  Luckily, I manage many of my accounts (investments, subscriptions, memberships, etc.) online, so making an address change is easy.

Anyway, birthday cards got personalized and envelopes got addressed for August’s birthdays; they’re ready to mail, assuming I can find them after the move!  However, I did mail one late — this one, to a dear stamping friend.  She (and you) should know that I wouldn’t send this to just anyone.  In fact, it’s been in my stash for several months, and occasionally I look at it and admit that I should send it, but … then I think maybe I’ll use it for a camp card variation.  I wouldn’t recreate this one, as the mitered corners of the striped paper were a little tricky.

I cut just the top edge of the focal piece using this technique and used the pinch-and-cinch technique for the faux bow.  (Faux baux?)

But I love this bunny and his happy dance with the star wand!

Stamps:  Storybook Friends (p. 52)

Ink/Color:  StazOn Jet Black, assorted inks and markers

Paper:  Riding Hood Red (retired), retired DSP, Sahara Sand, Watercolor Paper

Other:  Big Shot, Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder, Labels Collection Framelits, 3/8″ Taffeta Ribbon (retired Riding Hood Red), Vintage Trinkets, Dazzling Details (Cherry Cobbler), Stampin’ Dimensionals

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2 Responses to Storybook bunny

  1. sue says:

    Faux baux!?! YES! hahaha.and I do love the colors on this card.

  2. Sally says:

    well done with those striped mitered corners!

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