Rainbow of eggs

Hello Everyone,

Easter is approaching fast and I need to make a few cards for my mum’s colleagues. This is the first one in the row, using the cute bunny from the new Neat and Tangled Cottontail cuties set.

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I stamped and coloured the bunny and a lot of eggs from the stamp set with Shinhan alcohol markers. I used Spectrum Noir glitter pen on the eggs and glossy accent on the tiny hearts. I die cut them with the coordinating dies. Meanwhile it was drying I die cut the front white panel with a stitched scalloped border die (Pretty Pink Posh), an aqua stitched strip (Lawn Fawn Picket fence), a pink stitched banner (MFT) for the sentiment. I also cut 2 pieces of grass (Clearly Besotted die). From the white panel I die cut a stitched arch and applied Tumbled glass distress ink with a brush for a soft background for my bunny.

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Before assembling everything I took a rainbow striped patterned paper (Echo Park) and cut a strip to cover the bottom of my card base.  I used 3D foam tape under the white panel, the bunny and some of the eggs for more dimension. The sentiment I stamped with a pink ink (Altenew) and embellished the flag with light blue enamel dots.

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A little white gel pen and black glaze pen on the bunny and my card is finished.

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I will submit this to the Little Tangles Rainbow challenge #78, Simon says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Bit’O Green.

I wish you like my colourful springy card and will see you soon for another fun project.

Have a lovely day,



4 thoughts on “Rainbow of eggs

  1. Totally adorable Easter card, Zsofi! I absolutely adore those multicolor eggs! And the pattern paper is just perfect for the challenge too! Thank you so much for joining us at the Little Tangles challenge!


  2. Well, this couldn’t be any cuter!! Absolutely love the scene you created with this sweet bunny and is rainbow eggs. Your colouring skills are fantastic and really like your use of all the die-cuts in your design too. So glad you shared this with us at Little Tangles!


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