Hello Lovelies! Of course I couldn't throw away the pattern scraps I had left from the the Hippity Hoppity Mini Album. So today I have a very quick post on how I repurposed them in in this clean and simple patchwork card!
The Some Bunny die is the real scene stealer in this card with it's adorable ears! I think I may be very focused on bunnies this Spring/Easter season! Not sure what has gotten a hold of me, but at least it's cute.
Here's a closer look at today's key supplies:
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We won't need to go this far for our scraps to make today's card!
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SOME BUNNY LOVES... CARD - Die-cutting and Patchwork
Card Base: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2
Simon Says Stamp Pawsitively Saturated Ink: Lemonade, Spring, Marine, Heather, Carnation
CARDSTOCK PATTERNS LEFTOVER FROM BUNNY EGG MINI ALBUM
Check out this post if you want to make the gingham and floral patterns in the colors above. Otherwise just use background stamps that you have which will create a bold pattern or grab some of those paper pads that you have been hoarding and create your rainbow from that.
NOTE: I cut my strips at 5/8" x 4 1/4" and they ended up just a little shorter than I needed them when I stacked them together and so I had to compensate with a little strip of white glitter paper. So I suggest you cut your strips just slightly larger than 5/8" wide, an additional 1/16" would do and 4 1/2" long (or you will end up a little short like I did). :-)
Adhere strips to a 3 3/8" x 4 3/8" piece of white 80lb cardstock.
Large pic so you can see better (how i came up short on the right side :-))
die-cut the patchwork using the Chunky Scallop die
I'm short on the bottom, but it's still cute!
The white glitter sentiment really needs the darker grey layer to help it stand out against the bold pattern.
I can't believe I made another pastel rainbow card! LOL
Lovelies, I try not to hold onto things that I won't use in the craft room, but some scraps are worth saving and reinventing.
Thank you for stopping by and see you soon!
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