I usually don’t post everyday but today I felt well enough to spend some time in my *atelier* 😉 and made this fun and super easy Easter card. You all probably know what punch art is – you take various punches, punch different shapes, and then put them together to create some funny critter. My card today is framelits art. The idea isn’t mine – I’ve found it on sizzix blog. To make this adorable bunny you need various heart sizes. I used Hearts Collection Framelits Dies from Stampin’ Up! And you don’t have to figure out which sizes you need – I did all the work for you 😉
Here’s the list of the hearts/colours you need:
– smallest heart: 2 x whisper white, 1 x crisp cantaloupe, 1 x strawberry slush
– 2nd smallest: 1 x crisp cantaloupe, 1 x strawberry slush
– 3rd smallest: 2 x crisp cantaloupe, 1 x strawberry slush
– 5th heart: 1 x crisp cantaloupe
My card base is A5. I guess it’s possible to downsize it to A6, where the smallest heart would be from itty bitty accents punches. But I like it big 🙂 I assembled my bunny first, before put my card together (except paws and feet). For eyes I punched two medium circles from owl punch. I love his “bright”eyes 😉 I also cut few tiny strips of paper for whiskers.
For sentiment I stamped Happy Easter from Crazy About You in Versamark, heat embossed in clear and sponged with Pear Pizzazz. Then trimmed it and backed with slightly bigger piece of Whisper White. I adhered paws so it looks like a banner held by bunny.
To assemble my card I layered my card base with So Saffron DSP and two stripes/banners of Pear Pizzazz. I adhered my bunny, his feet and added paws with sentiment. Also added wee flowers in the right bottom corner and card was done.
I love this card and had lots of fun creating it 🙂 Hope you like it too. As always thank you for stopping by,