Feb 142011

If you are here for the Virtual Valentine’s Day Blog Hop, please click here – BLOG HOP POST.  Thanks!

I recently discovered a new challenge blog, Desert Islands Crafts Challenge.  Those of you who know me well know that I have a difficult time resisting cardmaking challenges!  This one sounded pretty neat so I decided to play along – and then I realized the challenge ended in 2 and a half hours!  YIKES!

So here’s what I very quickly came up with.  The challenge blog listed 10 different elements, of which a minimum of three were required to be on the project to qualify for the challenge.  I had the bunny image from Amber Ink printed out as an “extra” from my blog hop card posted earlier today, and I colored it with Prismacolor pencils and odorless mineral spirits.  I embossed the white background panel with a Cuttlebug folder, added some ribbon and some Prima flowers, and added pearls for the flower centers.  I would consider the Nestabilities shapes to be die cuts, too – so that gave me four of the required elements.  Hooray!

I hope you’ll check out the Desert Islands Craft Challenge and help make their new venture a success!

Digital Image: Bunny Hug (Amber Ink)
Cardstock: So Saffron, Groovy Guava, Whisper White (Stampin’ Up)
Other: Premier colored pencils (Prismacolor); odorless mineral spirits (Houston Arts); flowers (Prima Marketing); pearls (Kaisercraft); Groovy Guava ribbon (SU); petite oval scalloped and petite oval plain Nestabilities dies (Spellbinders); Paisley embossing folder (Cuttlebug)

4 Responses to “quick as a bunny”

  1. I love these bunnies, tooooo cute, very pretty card!

  2. A Beautiful quick card, Thank You so much for playing along with us at The Desert Islands Crafters Challenge:)

  3. Wait! Deja Vu! Love these too!

  4. This is a great card! Such cute bunnies and you’ve done them up beautifully with the gorgeous colors =)

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