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Bunny in the woods

A cartoon-style bunny rabbit standing in front of a group of toadstools with a wooded path in the background.

This is another “from the stash” card. My brain is still not in card-designing mode at all, which is a bit worrying as I really should be thinking about starting on Christmas cards soon.

The bunny and the toadstools are two Some Odd Girl digistamps that I combined on my Mac and coloured during one of the 30 day colouring challenges. The background is one of the five lessons in Sandy Allnock’s mini Copic course “Autumn Scenes“. Making those scene backgrounds from scratch with just markers and a piece of card is a bit daunting, but, so far, they’ve all turned out nicely in the end.

A path through an autumnal wood, created with Copic markers.

I popped the bunny up using a ton of foam tape — it had to go through the post and I didn’t want to risk it getting creased on the way — and tucked a heat-embossed sentiment under to finish it off.

A close-up of the bunny.

Supplies:

  • stamps:
    Tim Holtz – crazy talk
  • digital stamps:
    Some Odd Girl – shy bunny
    Some Odd Girl – mushroom garden
  • inks:
    Versamark
  • embossing powder:
    Ranger liquid platinum
  • Copic markers:
    bunny – E11, E13, E15, E17, E18
    bunny chest – W0, W2, W4
    bunny ears – E93
    toadstool stalks – E40, E41, E70
    toadstool underside – E71, E74, E79
    toadstool white top – W00, W1, W2
    toadstool red top – R27, RV29, R39, W00, W1
    grass/shrub – YG17, G07, G46, BG99
    background – BG0000, G0000
  • paper and card:
    Neenah Solar white 216gsm
    Hunkydory Adorable Scorable pearly shimmer
    scrap of black card
The birthday card displayed on a small wooden easel.

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