You can get your hands on this adorable set right HERE in the Polka Dot Orchard store. The design of the set lends itself really well to a slimline card so that's what I did.
So, let's talk about making this card. I started by printing the stamp and sentiment out onto 80lb Neenah Solar White cardstock. I then cut it down using a slimline die from Trinity Stamps. I also printed it out onto regular copy paper. I cut the copy paper version out carefully and spread a thin coat of Tombow Mono Multi liquid glue. I set the mask aside to dry. Time to color the bunny and the carrot.
I used Copic markers to get some nice vibrant coloring. For the bunny I used E30, 31, 33 35 and 37 for the fur. For the inner ears and toe pads I used R30 and R32. The nose was T5. The carrot was YR18, 09, 07, 04 and 02. The greenery was G28, 19, 16, 14 and 12. I added touches of white gel pen in some of the highlight areas.
Next I lined my mask up over the colored image and got to working on the background. I created a mask for a hill and the sky. I just freehand cut a wavy pattern with cheap cardstock. I lined up the top part of the hill mask to color the bottom. I used blending sponges to add Lucky Clover and Mowed Lawn Distress Oxides.
Then I switched out the masks to work on the sky. Again, I used blending sponges with Chipped Sapphire, Salty Ocean and Tumbled Glass Distress Oxides.
And now my favorite part, peeling off the final mask!
Oooooooo! Isn't it fabulous??? I splattered on some clean water and blotted it off to create some added texture. I dried it completely with a heat tool before moving on to the next steps.
I cut a simple white rectangle layer to put behind the bunny panel. I created the card base out of 110lb Neenah Solar White. I cut the striped paper with one of the larger slimline dies from the Trinity Stamp die set. I thought the white on the striped paper was too stark so I sponged Salty Ocean along the edges of the paper. I glued it onto the white card base. I added a generous amount of foam tape to the back of the bunny panel and attached it to the striped paper. Card complete!
Here's another look at the completed card.
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