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Just For You Bunny Cards

Hey card making friends.  Tonight is the JUST FOR YOU NEW RELEASE from Simon Says Stamp and I have two Just For You Bunny Cards to share with you created with some of the new products.  I’m seeing lots of bunny and Easter in this release.  Of course many of these could also be used for spring birthday, anniversaries and even weddings too.  So let’s jump right in and check out the new goodies.

There is also a BIG new announcement from TIM HOLTZ today, check the end of my post for that.

PLEASE NOTE: This post contains affiliate links. See below for my full disclosure.

Just for You Bunny Cards

 

Here’s a quick video showcasing the fabulous products in this NEW RELEASE:

 

hand made greeting card with a bunny and shakers created with new cardmaking supplies from Simon Says Stamp

Just For You Bunny Cards – Shaker Card:

I’m starting off with a frameless/infinity edge shaker card.

Start by cutting the NEW Some Bunny die twice in white cardstock and stacking them together.

Next, cut a piece of Holographic Rainbow cardstock 4-1/4 x 5-1/2″, and glue a cut down cello bag around three sides, leaving the top open. (cut the cello bag about 1″ wider than the card front”.

Then, dump in a bunch of Holographic Rainbow Sequins and seal the top before attaching it to a top folding A2 sized white card base.

Finally, use the fine tip on the Bearly Art Glue to attach the Some Bunny Die cut to the center front.

hand made easter card with a rainbow die cut bunny created with new card making supplies from Simon Says Stamp

Just for You Bunny Cards – Die Cut Rainbow Bunny:

Starting with the NEW Bunny Egg Die and Stencil Set, use the die to cut out the background egg and the stained glass outline from Matt Silver Cardstock.

Next, work your way through a sheet of Holographic Rainbow Cardstock, die cutting the background pieces and then the bunny.

die cut pieces created to make the stained glass egg

Then, glue the stained glass outline to the background egg.  Use liquid glue to inlay the die cut pieces to create the stained glass rainbow egg.

Finally, emboss the card front with the Spun Glass Embossing Folder and attach it to a top folding A2 sized White card base.

White Heat emboss a sentiment from the NEW Pop Up Shape Puns and attach to the bottom of the card and then center the egg.

Check the ENTIRE RELEASE – Just For You over at SIMON SAYS STAMP

 

Announced today, Tim Holtz and Tonic have come out with a NEW ROTARY CUTTER – and it’s FABULOUS – You can order yours today from SIMON SAYS STAMP

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Card Making Supplies used for the Simon Says Stamp Just For You Release Bunny Cards:

Here are the products I used today.  Compensated affiliate links used  where available at no cost to you.

Clicking on a thumbnail link and shopping provides me with a small commission which supports my website and allows me to continue bringing you new projects and videos.  Thank you for your support.  Affiliate and product disclosure are found on my disclosure page.  All products were personally purchased except for Simon Says Stamp Bunny egg Die and Stencil, Pop Up Shape Puns Stamps and Some Bunny Die which were provided/sponsored by the company.  As always, I was not paid to do this post.  I only use and recommend products I love.  Click on the icons below each product picture to go to my favorite stores.



 

 

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9 thoughts on “Just For You Bunny Cards”

  1. All your cards are amazing Sandi but my favourite has to be that bunny shaker!! Such an amazing blend and looks fab with the die cut and all the sparkly sequins!

  2. Oh, my gosh, Sandi!!!!! I love ALL of these! They’re GORGEOUS and so cute! That shaker is BE – YOND!
    Lori S in PA

    1. p.s. I forgot to say what an amazing effect that holo stock has on both cards. Sorry I said “all” before –I meant “both.”

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