Good Monday morning. I have a die cut bunnies and Bendi frame scene card to share with you today using dies and stamps by Rubbernecker. The frame was made using the Nested Rectangle set and the background scene was made using the 3 Tree Pine Trees, Fall Foliage and Outdoor Master. I used the Bunnies, Small Birds, Tabbed Grass, Flower Buds and Leaf Group to create the die cut elements of the scene. Check out my Bendi Frame video and step by step tutorial over at Splitcoaststampers if you would like to see how I created the scene. The card for the tutorial is very similar to my project today.
The Tree Background
- Cut an 5.25″ x 4.25″ sized card using white cardstock. Note: the card base will be slightly narrower the frame to allow for the bend.
- Stamp the evergreen trees on the card base using Peeled Paint ink and lightly blend using a mini applicator to fill in the tree.
- Stamp the Fall Foliage tree using Vintage Photo ink. The trunk of the tree is hidden by the bunny.
- Fill in the leaf portion of the tree using the mini fern stamp from the Kittie Kits Outdoor Master using Peeled Paint and Shabby Shutters ink. and heat set.
- Apply Tumbled Glass ink to the sky area using an ink blending tool.
The Bendi Frame and Grass
- Cut a 5.50″ x 4.25″ piece of white cardstock.
- Cut a frame using the second largest die from the Nested Rectangle set.
- Cut three grass sections using green cardstock.
- Apply double stick tape to the back of the frame and attach a grass section.
- Apply double stick tape to the back of a grass section and attach to the card base.
- Apply mounting tape to the third grass section and attach it to the card base.
- Apply thin strips of mounting tape to the left and right side of the frame.
- Attach the left side of the frame to the card base, gently bend the frame to create the bow and attach the right side
Bunnies, Flowers, Foliage and Birds
- Cut pink flowers and form them using a tiny tipped stylus and molding pad.
- Cut foliage section using green cardstock.
- Attach foliage sections to all three of the grass layers using glossy accents.
- Attach the flowers to the foliage sections using glossy accents.
- Cut the bunnies using white cardstock and attach them to the scene using mounting tape and glue dots.
- Finish the card by attaching three birds in the sky area using tiny pieces of mounting tape.
I hope you enjoyed seeing this die cut bunnies and Bendi frame scene. It is lots of fun creating dimension with the bowed frame and grass layers. I’m sad that my pictures don’t really show off the layers very well. I really like the depth the stamped tree background adds to the overall appearance of the card. Thanks for coming by and I hope you have a great day.