I’ve got a cute card to share today, featuring one of my all time favourite stamp sets!
Some Bunny Loves You Card
This week has been a bit of a “getting organised” mission, and among other things I’ve been going through the piles of coloured images and pieces that have been sitting in my “work in progress” drawer for longer than I’d care to admit! I found this adorable piece featuring one of my favourite Mama Elephant stamp sets, and just had to pop it on a card. I think I may have coloured it during one of Kathy Racoosin’s Daily Marker 30 Day colouring challenges.
Stamp set used: Mama Elephant Honey Bunny
This set has been in my collection for quite a while now, and I’ve used it several times. I just love the style of the squishy little stitched bunnies, and they lend themselves to a variety of occasions.
If you’re looking for Mama Elephant stamps and dies in the UK/Europe, I buy all of mine from Dies to Die For HERE. I may possibly have just ordered the latest release and a few other things…ahem…
I stamped the images using My Favorite Things Extreme Black hybrid ink on Make it Colour Blending Card before colouring with Copic Markers. I would love to share the marker colours I used, but as this was coloured some time ago, the notes have gone astray, sorry!
The sentiment comes in the stamp set, I stamped it using Versamark ink and heat embossed with a white embossing powder on black card.
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