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Hoppy birthday!

Hello!  I was making some cards the other day using some distressed inks and thought I'd make one for TGF's (Spring Colors) latest challenge too.  I dug through my stamps and I think I have too many that I don't really use anymore.  I have to do some crafty cleaning.  Anyway, I thought these bunnies from TGF's Lucky Bunnies would fit well with some spring colors.  This is the old rubber stamp set so a little different than the clear stamp set when it was re-released.

Here are the three bunnies and I thought about making 3 different cards with each one but figured the bunnies looked cuter keeping each other company.  I put together the sentiment with various Lawn Fawn alphabet and sentiment sets.  I was in a punny mood so that explains my sentiment.

Here's another view.  I guess my spring colors are kind of bright and not very pastel-y.  I like bright!   

Hope you're enjoying this Monday!  Thanks for dropping by!


Comments

Denice said…
Awesome background and these bunnies are some of my favorites! I'm going to have to pull them out for Easter...they just make me smile!
Leanne said…
Love it!! That background is sooo cool! Now adays spring can be any color. Those bunnies are adorable!! They do look happy together. Totally cute card!
Lynn said…
I really LOVE this card because it is so bright and cheerful. What kind of inks or pens did you use? Did you mask off the rabbits or cut them out very, very well? Good luck on the challenge!
Rachel Parys said…
Bunnies!!!!! This is hands down one of my favorite TGF sets!! The bright background is gorgeous!!!
Cheryl said…
Great bright fun card! Nice colors for the background. Very festive bunnies.
Bead Crumbs said…
Crafty cleaning...gasp! Hope it doesn't mean getting rid of anything crafty! This card is adorable and I love the colorful background :)
Love the background colors, and those bunnies are just so cute....You are a crafter with so many talents....
Rosie said…
Oh my goodness, this is so stinkin' adorable!! Love the bunnies and that background is amazing!! Thank you for entering our FFF Challenge girl! Hugs, Rosie

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