Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Practical CAS-ual Friendly Critter...

Hoppy to announce a second card for the day!
CAS-ual Fridays challenge is to create a Clean & Simple project featuring something you'd find in an Easter Basket - so I've created my bunny and grass from my Easter egg foils.  Being made almost entirely from non-paper scraps this card is perfect for the Moxie Fab World Don't Throw it Away Challenge. I couldn't resist including my card in this weeks DYSU Challenge Friendly Critters too. 

Paper Smooches A Little Lovin' bunny was stamped using StazOn Black ink.  I wasn't sure how well it would work and I must admit I was a bit dissappointed to discover it worked first time - I really wanted an excuse to eat another chocolate egg!!!  The die-cut grass using foil worked first go too.  Both are adhered with Terrifically Tacky red tape.  The sweet sentiment is also from Paper Smooches A Little Lovin' set. 


  1. I think you deserve another egg for making such a great card!! The stamping on the foil was a brilliant idea.

  2. This is super adorable! I love the sparkle!

  3. A foiled rabbit is such a brilliant idea :0)...... I'd have had to have a few trial runs first just to make sure it looked good *wink* yum yum :0)
    Jenny x

  4. What a cool idea to use the foils-fab effect! Love this CAS card, it's adorable. Thanks for joining us at DYSU.

  5. So clever!
    You could start on next year's Easter cards RIGHT NOW! just have to eat your way to your supplies...

  6. Great card!
    Thanks for playing at CAS-ual Fridays!

  7. You're the smartest girl on the face of the earth!! What a clever idea to repurpose the candy wrappers - and darn it, I'd still redo it again . . . just so I could eat some more candy! LOL Great idea! Thanks so much for playing with us at CAS-ual Fridays!! We're so glad you did!

  8. Ooh, most adorable! I used to carry a pink bunny around with me every day for forever so your card brought back some darn good memories of when I was a little girl.


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