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Hoppy in Love

Hi!  My brother's getting married.  Finally.  It was a bit of a surprise to say the least and the day is quickly approaching.  So I thought I'd actually make him a wedding card.  You know, I don't think I've ever given him a card, even a store bought card.  I found some inspiration at Paper Smooches August Sparks Challenge.


The challenge is to use the photo as inspiration.  It kind of reminded me of weddings.  Only after I saved the photo, did I realize it was a garter, like the kind you toss at weddings.

Here's my little Paper Smooches card.  I paper pieced the bunny from A Little Lovin to make a boy and a girl bunny.  I also changed up their eyes so they are looking at each other.  Hehe.  I think that makes them look super cute!  The sentiment is a mix of 2 separate stamps from A Little Lovin. 

The heart and grass is also from the same set.  The kraft heart is impressed with PTI's woodgrain impression plate.  There's some ink distressing around the edges of the paper and card.

I'll make this a short post since I'm falling asleep already.  Thanks for reading!

Comments

The bunnys are so adorable!with polka dots!Eva... how sweet!love the wood grain print on the heart,
hugs
Doreen
Cheryl said…
Congrats to your brother! Love your pair of bunnies! Ha ha, the side eye-ing is so cute!
Lorraine said…
Oh this is adorable, Eva! I love the colors and the paper piecing! and thanks for the Copic class tip!
Cathy P in AZ said…
What CUTE bunnies! LOVE this card!
Lorraine said…
YES, I did register! Thanks so much for letting me know about the class!
Kelly Braund said…
Super cute, love the polka dot bunny!

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