Peter Rabbit Cards, A. Mucha Bookmarks & Easter Bunnies

Do you love Peter Rabbit Characters?

Tracy asked me soem Peter Rabbit images to create an adorable card,,,so hre is it,,,,woww,Good Morning bloggers, it's Saturday morning so It's time for a new challenge today at Allsorts.This week is our lovely Jo's turn to host and she would like to see 'Use Those Dies' Well my Grand Calibur certainly worked hard, I used some Beatrix Potter images from Nicecrane Designs. My best friend Brenda sent me the die cut shaped card, thank you hun, I cut flowers, leaves and flourishes to embellish. And finished off with some lovely Flonz butterfly stamps. Here's a view of the front, when it's all fold in and tied with an organza bow.

Adorable and so cute and unique P. Rabbit Card by Tacy


 A closer look at the images, I adore these, I just can't help loving Beatrix Potter, I have a special edition full box set of her books, I have ornaments and things like Tea tins.  Beatrix Potter is just timeless and will be around forever.

 Another view:-

Don't forget to head over to Allsorts for all the details of this challenge, and to check out all the fabulous inspiration from my very talented team mates.

More P. Rabbit Creations to inspire you.


So, you can`t miss this
 Peter Rabbit Save Pack:



Peter Rabbit Pack - Click Image to Close


Wishing you a Beautiful Day!!

Working with A. Mucha Bookmarks:
Ginny, asked me to work with my A. Mucha Bookmarks,,,,and I really love "Belle Epoque",,,,,so here is her stunning work directly from her blog,,, thanks Ginny:A few months ago, Steve and I were in a stamp store and I found this little stamp: 

Sometimes you need a simple sentiment to convey a big thought and this one does it for me!!

Incredible A. Mucha Card by Ginny Maxam

Enjoy these another Bookmarks:

Four Seasons Bookmaks by A. Mucha - Click Image to Close

French Bookmark

Alphonse Mucha Bookmarks - Click Image to Close


Vintage Funny Ester Bunnies

My friend Mary did this cute and unique Easter Card: Hi and welcome on a late Friday afternoon. More Easter Bunnies hopping round on this blog. I recently ordered some pretty digi images from Nice Crane, this Vintage Easter Bunny set being one of them. The image was printed on some nice, smooth Xpress paper and away I go!

-Nice Crane image diecut with an MFT pierced square, that just did fit the image within the die. DI Vintage Photo & Pumice Stone used to distress around the edges. A S/B circle was placed - blade side down, using the thick rubber mat to emboss/deboss the center circle around the main image motif. Not so easily seen in the photo, but IRL it does look quite nice.

- S/B Asian Motifs to die cut the mat beneath the image. Split this into qtrs. to make it fit the card base. Corners are from another S/B set.

- Card background was some of the spray paper waste where the colors were pretty. Embossed with a Darice woodgrain EF.

Added some green rhinestones to emphasize the greenery in the image, used 2 different sizes. There's a sentiment on the image, so didn't add another one. This was a very easy card and went together very fast!

Previous works with this sheet by Lisa Minckler:
 Here's all the little Easter bunnies together


Redanne March 29, 2014 at 9:23 PM  

I do love Peter Rabbit (and the other rabbits too), all of the creations are beautiful and the bookmarks are lovely too. A xx

misteejay March 30, 2014 at 10:28 AM  

So many lovely bunnies hopping all over the place - what fabulous creations from everyone.

The bookmarks are stunning - such beautiful rich colours. I love the card and the bookmarks that have been made with these images.

Toni xx

KarinsArtScrap March 30, 2014 at 3:23 PM  

gorgeous projects are made.

gr karin

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