Saturday, 7 March 2015

Lucky dip bunny

I've kinda fallen already at the first hurdle with Kathy's 30 day colouring challenge, but I'm back for Day 4 :)

I've been lucky-dipping into my stamp box again and came out with this oldie from Stamps Happen.  I think he was among the first stamps I ever bought, and I really couldn't tell you the last time he saw any ink, it's been years!

I've coloured my bunny with watercolour pencils. I coloured him first with a paler brown and didn't like it, so went over the edges again with a dark bark colour and blended it out.  Much better now!
Orange bling from stash.

Layout from Clean and Simple FTL2 take 2
Moving along with the Times - show us your bunny's
Papertake Weekly - anything goes
Addicted to Stamps #134 - CAS
Creative Inspirations #303 - something old
A Gem of a Challenge #139 - clean and simple


  1. Very cute! I love the touch of baker's twine on here!

  2. Beautiful water coloring on this darling bunny! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at ATSM!

  3. Have you fallen in love with this bunny again?? He is so gorgeous and I love the way you coloured him, he looks so soft. So glad you shared him with us at ATSM this week!

  4. Very cute card :o)
    Jackie xx

  5. Great stamp - not seen this one before. Great colouring, Jo x

  6. Love that bunny - even if he is on an older stamp! At my age, I appreciate "older." he he Your coloring is wonderful, and I love the simple design of your card.

  7. Beautiful - that twine finishes it perfectly.

    Thanks for joining us at a Gem of a Challenge.

    Helen N x

  8. Wow your bunny looks great! Your pup is so cute!


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