Fable Friends Bunny Easter Card for On the CASE

Who doesn’t love an adorable bunny card at Easter? You can make your own in this week’s On the CASE with Ann & Nicole!

Bunny Easter CardWhile I continue to break down samples from current Stampin’ Up!® catalogs, my On the CASE partner, Nicole, is using her investigative skills to solve CASES throughout the crafting universe. Let the fun begin!

Bunny Easter Card
Occasions Catalog Page 27

bunny easter cardWhile absolutely adorable, I really didn’t have a need for this Easter basket. However, I did need an Easter card to send to my son, Brady. Even at the age of 30, he loves “cute”, and I knew he would love a Bunny Easter card. So I set off to create one using this basket as my inspiration.

Bunny Easter cardNow this poor little card has been through the mill.  Unfortunately it was the victim of a canine card attack.  It seems a certain little someone has a thing about ribbons, and I guess the Calypso Coral ribbon was calling his name.

bunny easter cardDon’t let this innocent face fool you…

Bunny Easter CardGQ is indeed guilty.  So if you notice a  few ripples at the bottom of the watercolored panel, it’s because I cut it off the original card,  ironed it, reused it and recreated everything else.  I wished I would have snapped a few pictures of GQ’s distressing technique.  I’m sure there is a lesson to be learned. I hope you enjoy today’s card!

Colors of the Day

easter bunny card

Stamps and Papers and Inks…Oh, My!

Stamps: Fable Friends
Paper: Petal Pink cardstock (4-1/4″ x 11″, 4″ x 5-1/4″, scrap), Coastal Cabana cardstock (2-5/8″ x 4″), Shimmery White cardstock (2-1/4″ x 3-5/8″, 1-1/2″ x 1-1/2″), Vellum cardstock (1-3/4″ x 1-3/4″)
Inks: Balmy Blue, Calypso Coral, Coastal Cabana, Crumb Cake, Granny Apple Green, Tuxedo Black Memento
Other: Big Shot,  Stitched Rectangle Thinlits, Basket Weave Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, 1-1/4″ Circle Punch, 1-1/2″ Circle Punch, Bitty Blooms Punch Pack,  Aqua Painters, Calypso Coral 3/8″ Satin Ribbon, Clear Rhinestone Basic Jewels,  Mini Glue Dots,  SNAIL Adhesive, Stampin’ Dimensionals

“On the CASE” Notes
Your Step-by-Step Guide

1.  Score the Petal Pink cardstock at 5-1/2″ to form the card base. Fold and crease using a bone folder.

2.  Emboss the 4″ x 5-1/4″ piece of Petal Pink cardstock using the Basket Weave Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. Add a piece of 3/8″ Calypso Coral Satin Ribbon across the front, 1-3/4″ from the bottom edge. Secure the ends of the ribbon on the back of the panel, then adhere the embossed panel to the card base.

3.  Die cut a Coastal Cabana 2-5/8″ x 4″ Stitched Rectangle.

4.  Stamp the Bunny image in Tuxedo Black Memento ink onto Shimmery White cardstock. Watercolor using an Aqua Painter and the following inks:  Bunny – Crumb Cake; Jacket – Coastal Cabana; Grass – Granny Apple Green; Inside of Ears – Petal Pink; Shading Around Bunny – Balmy Blue.  Die cut using the 2-1/4″ x 3-5/8″ Rectangle Stitched framelit. Adhere to the Coastal Cabana rectangle using dimensionals, and add to the card base.

Bunny Easter card

5.  Using the 1-1/2″ Circle Punch, punch out a circle from Vellum cardstock.

6.  Ink the sentiment in Calypso Coral.  Stamp onto Shimmery White cardstock. Punch out using the 1-1/4″ Circle Punch.  Adhere to the vellum circle using dimensionals.  Add to the card base.

7.  Punch a small blossom from Petal Pink cardstock.  Adhere to the sentiment with a glue dot.  Accent with a single rhinestone.

8.  Add a Calypso Coral double bow.

For all the details on how to make today’s Easter bunny card,  just click on the tutorial button below.  You will receive your own FREE tutorial, which you can either save or print off.  For more inspiration, don’t forget to visit the 2019 PDF Tutorial Gallery.

easter bunny cardNow head on over to Nicole at  Pixel Maven’s Retreat to see the CASE file she has been working on.  Nicole always writes the BEST tutorials!tag card

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Won’t you leave me a comment to let me know what you think of today’s card? As always, if you ever have a question about the cards I create or the techniques I use, I am only an email away.  Until next time…


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  1. Boys will be boys and dogs will be dogs. GQ was just trying to put it’s own personal touch to Brady’s card. 🙂 GQ’s sad looking face looks like he’s trying to say that he was sorry for what happened.
    Both card and basket are adorable.

  2. Jeena Huntzinger

    Oh, Ann! You have such a clever way of telling the Tale of the Rumpled Card! Your Easter card is so lovely, as usual…I love the vellum touch. I think I want to use that on an Easter card I am working on. As always, thank you for your inspiration.

  3. Adorable card and if you had not said anything about the ribbon, you could not tell from the pictures of the card! GQ is adorable, at least when not getting into Mom’s cards and ribbons! Pat’s to all of your fur babies!! Better luck with your next card!

  4. Love that traditional bunny……made me think of Peter Cottontail. Your story about what happened to the card also reminded me of an advertisement about now where the owner asks “did you eat all your treats? and the dog is hanging it’s head in a corner They definitely feel guilt when they are caught.

  5. Funny story…The dog really DID eat your homework, lol! What a stinker!!! I’m sure Brady will enjoy the story behind his adorable card. Easter joy to you!

  6. Cute story, cute card. I love that DTIEF. Does GQ stand for something longer? He’s a handsome boy.

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