Brighten someone’s day with this adorable Easter Bunny card!
In this video, I’m going to show you step-by-step how to make this adorable Easter card with the Easter Bunny stamp set and punch from Stampin’ Up!
Grab the Easter Bunny stamp set and punch to make this card!
Let’s take a closer look at the Easter Bunny because he is the cutest!!
- If you are going to color him in with Stampin’ Blends markers like I did, you’ll want to stamp him in Memento black ink. Tip: Use waterbased ink with alcohol-based markers so you don’t smear your image when coloring.
- Let that ink soak in for at least 30 seconds before you color him in to make sure it’s really set and won’t smear. You may want to stamp and color a bunch of bunnies at a time to make multiple cards.
- The Stampin’ Blends markers come in 2-packs so that you get a light and dark shade of a color. I usually start with the light marker and while there are two ends, I tend to prefer the brush tip. Then I’ll come in with the darker marker to add in some shading and then blend it in with the lighter marker again. Play around until you find what works best for you!
- To color the bunny I used the Crumb Cake Blends, then added a little pink to the ear and nose with the dark Petal Pink marker.
- This bunny stamp has a coordinating Easter Bunny Punch to easily cut it out! Turn the punch over so you can easily line up your stamped image in the bunny punch.
Easter Bunny Card Supplies: (click an image to shop)
A Few More Tips for Making this Easter Bunny Card:
- This is an A2 size card so the card base is a 5-1/2” x 8-1/2” piece of Balmy Blue card stock scored at 4-1/4” and folded in half. Watch this video for tips on how to fold straight card bases!
- The 4” x 5-1/4” piece of Crumb Cake card stock was embossed with the Cane Weave 3D embossing folder. Because it’s a 3D folder you’ll use the base platform #1, the folder with the paper lined up inside, then Plate #4 in your Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine.
- Stamp “Happy Easter” in Balmy Blue ink on Basic White card stock and cut it out with a banner die from the Stylish Shapes dies. Or this would make a cute baby card too!
- Use the largest circle from the Stylish Shapes dies to cut out Balmy Blue gingham paper.
- Pop up the bunny with Stampin’ Dimensionals to make him stand out even more!
- The final touch is this adorable tail! Just pinch off a bit of cotton ball, add a dab of glue and stick it on.
How sweet is that?!??!!
p.s. Want MORE Easter card ideas? Find all my favorites here: https://www.inkitupwithjessica.com/category/easter/
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