Spring Bunny Scene

Good Monday morning.  It ‘s starting to feel like Spring here in Florida and the warmer temps and blooming flowers inspired me to create a few spring cards this past weekend.  My project today was made using the Impression Obsession Bunny Set, Reading Tree, Picket Fence, Small Bird Set, All-in-One Frames Squares 2, Small Grass Border, Elizabeth Craft Designs Garden Edges Hyacinth and Garden Edges Tulip

KC Impression Obsession Bunny Set 12  righty

I started by cutting the hyacinth and tulip edges and assembling the tiny flowers and attaching them to the base of the flowers with glossy accents. I cut a few extra tiny hyacinth blooms and attached to the tree branches with glossy accents. Once the flower edges and tree were finished I cut the frame and grass border and attached them together with double stick tape. I added another layer of double stick tape to the back of the grass border and attached the two flower edges, offsetting the flowers so both would show along the fence line. I applied thin strips of mounting tape to the back of the frame and then attached the fence to the frame.  I wanted the fence to stand away from the card base so I attached a second layer of mounting tape to the back of the frame and attached it to the base.

KC Impression Obsession Bunny Set 12  center

I applied thin strips of mounting tape to the tree trunk and attached it in behind the fence.  I applied tiny rolled up glue dots to the back of a few key branches to anchor them to the frame.  I applied pink to the bunny ears and cheeks with a mini applicator and attached them behind the flower border with mounting tape.  I finished by adding three tiny birds in the scene.

KC Impression Obsession Bunny Set 12 left

Thanks for coming by today and I hope you have a great week.

Card size:  4.50” Square

10 thoughts on “Spring Bunny Scene”

  1. So beautiful Kittie…Spring is on its way…always love your bunnies….spring, summer and winter..love the hyacinths and tulips.. Have a lovely day.

  2. Wow…those hyacinths are so so tiny…beautiful. I cannot make flowers due to arthritis
    I really love the colors

  3. Another home run, Ms. Kittie! Absolutely enchanting card. Found myself looking for eggs or jelly beans hidden in the grass, but then the bunnies most probably told where they were……..

  4. Kitty, I just love your art! I hope you don’t mind, but I am just getting back into paper-crafting/card-making after a long hiatus, and I have been content to just copy some of your charming designs (thank you for listing everything you’ve used.) They are inspiring me to get back to creating something of my own. I love putz houses, and that just naturally crossed over into card making. When I recently discovered your cards, I was ecstatic! They are just lovely little works of art! Thank you for sharing your talent with all of us.

  5. Laura, I don’t mind at all that you are using my projects for inspiration. I am happy to hear you are becoming more involved with paper crafting again. It is such a wonderful creative outlet for me and I love sharing it with others. Thank you for your sweet compliment.


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