Tuesday, March 17, 2009

The Trouble With Bunnies



is that the bunnies sure do multiply! This was for two challenges, the first is to use the colors Riding Hood Red, Summer Sun, Kraft, and some Basic Black. I combined this with our Three Amigas challenge this week hosted by Sharon Graham to make a demented or humorous card. (TAWC for keywords if you would like to join in).
I stamped the strees using markers and the thumping technique, in honor of Thumper, using Celery, Olive, Cocoa, and Chocolate. Added pink dots since it is spring-y. Cut oyt all of these bunnies and popped some out on dimensionals.

Sharon

15 comments:

Jaspere said...

I just love all those bunnies and those trees in the background. Great card.

JulieA said...

LOL! Way to go, mi amiga! This is too cute. And what a LOT of work to cut out all of those bunnies. Totally cute!

Brenda said...

WOW! What a lot of work you put into this card---but it was worth it!

jacque4u2c said...

LOL! That is way to cute!

Sara said...

how sweet-love it

Betty Wright aka gbedwright said...

JOANNE!!!!!! This has to be the cutest bunny card EVER!!!!! Love all those multiplying rabbits in so many pretty shades!!!! Love your stamped scene!!!

joey said...

Hi Joanne, fantastic card its brill. Joey.x

JazzyH said...

That is so cute.

Cindy said...

Love those bunnies...and the "thumber" pun...great card!

xiumaiyuki said...

These bunnies are too cute!!! Love the way to created this scene with those trees in the background. Brilliant!

Joan Ervin said...

This is such a cute card, Joanne....I love all the little bunnies (that's a lotts cutting, gf!!!) and the trees look awesome!!!

Anne said...

Just adorable and delightful! Cute bunnies Missy, I love every one of them!!

Michelle Walpole said...

Lov e the comment on the bunnies multiplying...that had me laughing! Pretty little card...must have taken ages to accomplish!

Alison Anderson said...

I LOVE Oval All! Great card!

Elizabeth said...

This is so adorable! I love those little bunnies, they remind me of Thumper.