Hello, fellow crafters! Simon's Just For You release is so sweet and adorable! I have a few card examples feature Hippity Hoppity ... the cutest stamp set ever! It comes with a good sized bunny image with a couple of options for features and lots of fun sentiments. I particularly love that the set includes both the front and back of the bunny ... perfect for cards with windows and toppers for Easter baked goodies!
The second largest die from the Nested Domed Arches set was used to cut both the card base and the card front. The panels were die cut cut at the same time to ensure the die cut arch would align.
The die cut panel and another panel of white card stock trimmed slightly smaller than A2 size were embossed with Blossom Field Embossing Folder.
The front and back profile of the bunny was stamped with Copic-friendly black Memento ink. The face and tail were stamped and the bunny was shaded with W0 and the ears, nose and cheeks coloured with RV000 and 02.
The bunny front and back were fussy cut.
Double-sided tape was placed down the centre of one side of the bunny and nylon thread adhered to it. The other bunny side was attached with liquid adhesive. To hide any cutting imperfections, a black gel pen was run around the edges.
Double-sided adhesive was place above and below the arch on the card base. The bunny was centred in the arch window and the nylon thread pulled taut and adhered to the tape.
The embossed panel with the window was adhered to the card base aligning the arches. The nylon thread was trimmed flush to the outside edge of the card.
The embossed panel was adhered to the inside of the card base.
Patterned paper was cut with the largest and 2nd largest dies from Nested Domed Arches two times creating a frames.
The die cut sentiment, Easter, was cut four times, stacked and adhered to the bottom of the window frame.
The card was finished off with clear iridescent confetti topped with Nuvo Crystal Drops Morning Dew. The bunny's eyes were coated with Crystal Glaze.
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The front and back profile of the bunny was stamped with Copic-friendly black Memento ink. The face and tail were stamped and the bunny was was shaded with W0 and the ears, nose and cheeks coloured with RV000 and 02.
The bunny front and back were fussy cut and adhered together.
Acetate was adhered on top of the egg die cut on the front of the card base The bunny and confetti were laid out on the acetate and a second sheet of acetate adhered on top of it sandwiching the image and confetti.
The embossed panel was trimmed on all four sides equally to keep the egg die cut centred until it measured 4" by 5 1/4". It was adhered to the front of the card base.
The two largest dies in Nested Eggs were used to cut purple card stock creating a frame. Using smooth runner tape (so the adhesive would not be visible through the acetate), adhesive was applied to it and it was adhered to the back side of the egg window.
The inside shaker window was created the same way as the other one but the acetate was adhered to the back of the egg die cut on the inside panel. These two sheets of acetate sandwiched only confetti. A pink card stock panel was adhered to the back of the card.
The panel was trimmed down to 4" by 5 1/4" and die cut with Stitched Rectangles for a pretty double stitched detail. The resulting frame and rectangle were taped together and adhered to an A2 sized card base.
Pattern paper and foam were cut with Nested Eggs, stacked and adhered to the card front.
The front profile of the bunny was stamped with Copic-friendly black Memento ink. The face details were stamped and the bunny was was shaded with W0 and the ears, nose and cheeks coloured with RV000 and 02.
The bunny was fussy cut and temporarily positioned on the egg so the sentiments could be stamped.
It was adhered to the egg using foam adhesive squares. The sentiment highlighted with half pink pearls.
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