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Bunny Fun!

I have been doing so much art journaling that it seemed strange to do a card!  I had to make a bunny card as I just got some new to me Tim Holtz bunny dies.  I received an Amazon gift card and purchased these bunnies and the Distress Oxide ink I used for the Ink/Spray/Smash background on this one.  

Aren't these bunnies cute?  There are three different bunnies in the set, but I like these two the best.  I didn't have time to go to Hobby Lobby and get the right sized pom poms so I bought some quickly at Walmart and cut them down.   The greeting is the DRS Designs Happy Tails To You Greeting.  It is $4 unmounted in the store (you can get it mounted too).  
Hubby actually likes this one, but said he was sure hoping I didn't want to mail it or it would cost extra. Like I care (LOL).

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz,

Nancy

Comments

  1. Wonderful card, the bunnies look so happy. Men can sometimes be so awfully practical! Have a great day, hugs, Valerie

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  2. A super card Nancy, you have created a fabulous scene for your fun bunnies and I love your
    sentiment.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  3. The bunnies are hilarious and SO CUTE!!! Love your fun card - cotton tails and all.
    Lynn

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  4. adorable and love those little bunny tails :)

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  5. Now that is a couple of silly bunnies that will make someones day:-) TFS Hugs..Nancy

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  6. This card is so fun and cute Nancy, I love their tails!
    Tammy x

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  7. Great card, I love those bunnies and their pom pom tails! xx

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  8. Such a fun card Nancy! Love the pouffy tails and muted colours!

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  9. I simply ADORE those bunnies, Nancy. The made me want to get up and dance. Very cleverly done, too.

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