Sunday, 11 November 2018

Bunnies and flowers

Just a quickie visit to blogland tonight .. David Attenborough is on the telly and I just love his wildlife programmes!

This first card uses an LOTV bunny - coloured with watercolour pencils.  I used my new metallic ink for my background and also on the balloon - I hope it shows up in the pic!  (don't look too hard at my awful manicure, that's on my list to sort out next!)
MFT stencil.  Hand doodled border.



And this one is inspired by this weeks featured stamper over at Splitcoast - here's nicole's original.
Does anyone else use Splitcoaststampers?  For some reason when I look at a gallery on my Tablet, it won't let me go further than the first page of results and I have to power up the old laptop.  Drives me crazy!
I've used one of my oldest stamps - I've just noticed that I coloured one of the petals blue when it should have been pink!

14 comments:

  1. Oh, you're bunny card is so sweet and a great interpretation of the Muse card :)

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  2. These are both gorgeous! I love that little fuzzy bunny with the stenciled background and the pink dotty paper on the second card really makes the flowers pop!

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  3. Pretty cards! I love the sheen of the metallic ink. I've never used, but it looks like it would be fun to work with. Isn't it crazy how we don't see our little errors until we look at a photo? I've done that SO MANY times!!

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  4. Lynn these cards are both beautiful, love the soft colouring and the little bunny is so cute.

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  5. Two beautiful cards, that bunny is so cute! Great take on Anita’s card.

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  6. Love your bunny - he's adorable! As for Splitcoast - I am one of the Featured Stamper hostesses! So great to see you playing along there as well as at Muse!

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  7. Lovely cards Lynne and the shimmer background looks great (fab coloured nail polish by the way!!) behind the bunny xx

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  8. Just beautiful and adorable! A brilliant way to incorporate those metallics and super effective too. Thanks for joining us at Less is More x

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  9. I just love the LOTV bunnies, and so perfect for your interpretation of my Muse card. Love the doodled border too, I'm still too scared to do anything freehand on my cards! Thanks so much for playing along at Muse and Less is More, Anita x

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  10. Darling cards! and I just love the colors you used! So sweet and cheerful. I hope you are staying warm!! : )

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  11. Two beautiful cards. Love the sweet bunny on your first card and the pretty colors and bouquet on your 2nd card. Thanks for sharing you sweet bunny card with us at Seize the Birthday.

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  12. Beautiful - that bunny is adorable!

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  13. Very cute card... That bunny is adorable! Great idea to use metallic ink for adding more detail and texture to your CAS card. Love the doodled border too! Thanks for joining us at Less Is More!

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