Jane’s Doodles – Sweet Spring Time Bunnies Cards

Hi, hello! I’m up on the Jane’s Doodles blog today with these cute spring time cards. Most often Jane’s Doodles stamps are outline images that are fun to color, but this recently released stamp set called Spring Time also has 3 adorable bunny silhouettes.

I began by stamping the three images onto white cardstock using ink colors that are very close to the color of the flocking I wanted to use. Those colors were Sunkissed, Puffy Heart and Sea Breeze by Altenew. I used flocking powder by Doodlebug Designs  that I’ve had on hand for years and seems to be sold out everywhere. However, searching for a link for this blog post, I came across some alternatives. Stampendous still makes flocking powder and it is available at a few places. Besides that, I found another interesting option that I’ve never tried, but looks to be a less messy way to flock – Thermoweb’s Flock Transfer sheets.

I then colored each of the bunnies one at a time with a Zig glue pen. I let the glue dry to the tacky stage and then covered it with the flocking powder and gently pressed it with my finger tips before tapping and brushing off the excess.

I die cut the bunny panel with a Die-Namics Pierced Rectangle die, matted it with green cardstock and layered that over plaid patterned paper from Lawn Fawn. I stamped the sentiment with black ink and heat embossed with clear embossing powder. Each bunny got a little bow, tied from matching twine, as well as little beady enamel dot eyes.

After making a card in the typical easter color palette, I wanted to try a more sophisticated bunny card.

This time I stamped with Versamark ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder. Because I was stamping onto textured card stock I didn’t get great embossing coverage, so I colored the bunny first, with a white pen and then with the glue pen, before covering with white flocking powder. I wanted to use the plaid background paper – Gingham Farm by My Mind’s Eye, and I chose the olive green cardstock to match it. A white string bow and a few enamel dots complete this card.

Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the rest of your day!

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