This cuddly bunny is perfect for an Easter card! Here I stamped him in Basic Black ink and used the "faux frosting" technique from the video above to make some "faux fur!" Here is a close up so you can see how puffy the bunny is:
I used Wild Wasabi and Pink Pirouette card stock and ran the Whisper White card base through the Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder in the Big Shot. The Wild Wasabi card stock was scalloped using the scallop edge punch and then layered one on top of the other.
I went NUTS for the little peanut stamp :) It inspired me to make a whole bag of nuts and create this fun greeting :) I broke down the fibers in a piece of Sahara Sand card stock by curling it with my bone folder over and over until the card stock started to look "aged." I then sponged it with Soft Suede ink on a sponge and cut it out to make it look like a bag. The word "peanut" was stamped with Soft Suede onto a small piece of Sahara Sand and glued to the peanut bag. I stamped the peanuts with a combination of Versamark and Soft Suede ink and heat embossed them with clear embossing powder. I then cut them all out - which was really easy since the peanut shape isn't very complicated :) I added them to the Natural Ivory card base using glue and dimensionals. The greeting was made with a combination of stamp sets. The "I'm" and the "you" are from different stamps in the Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set. The "nuts" was spelled out using the Calendar Alphabet & Numbers stamp set and then punched out using the small circle from the trio punch set. Finally, the "about" is from the Wild About You (retired) stamp set. I sponged all of the edges of the greetings letters & words and attached them using a combination of glue and dimensionals.
I hope you've enjoyed this week's Four Ways Friday! I had a lot of fun making these cards! I hope you have a wonderful and creative weekend!!!!!