Hello and Welcome! It's Designer Challenge time again and our theme for April 2023 is Bunny! For my card, I used the Parcel Pop-Up along with the Spring Animals, Wide Woven Basket Card and Easter Charms.For this card I started with an A2 sized card using heavy weight smooth white cardstock.
I recently purchased this beautiful patterned paper pack from Echo Park called It's Easter Time. I just loved the bunny paper with the pretty green background and used it for this card.
I added the background pieces, then cut out the Parcel mechanism from smooth white cardstock. I also cut a mechanism piece out from the patterned paper so that the white didn't show too much behind the bunny.
I used the Wide Woven Basket to create the front. The smaller woven basket just wasn't big enough. I trimmed the flap piece off the side of the basket. I used a piece of scrap blue gingham patterned paper to add to the basket.
I added the bow from the Parcel Pop-Up and made the tag (also from the Parcel Pop-Up) from a cream colored cardstock. Then I stamped the "To Some Bunny Special" from Lawn Fawn's Eggstra Amazing Easter.
I die cut two bunnies from the Spring Animals set and added whiskers and different colored ears and bellies. I also die cut some eggs and the chocolate bunny from the Easter Charms and added them to the basket.
I die cut a rectangle from the Rectangles - Crosshatch to give the sender a place to sign.
Lastly, I added the Happy Easter sentiment from the Easter Charms using black cardstock in the back and two different colors of cardstock on the front.For the front of this card, I kept it really simple. I used the largest Rectangle die and cut out a pink background. Then I used the next rectangle size down and cut a piece of patterned paper.
I added the Hello using white and yellow cardstock with black cardstock in between the layers to give the word some dimension.
Then with VersaMark ink and white embossing powder, I stamped the "May Your Basket Be Full of Joy" sentiment from the same Lawn Fawn Stamp set.
I love how this card turned out. It really shows that all the dies from Karen Burniston can be used together or separate. The options are endless! Thank you so much for stopping by for Designer Challenge and Happy Crafting!