Hello stampers and happy Friday to you. Today I am sharing a masked Easter bunny card with you. If you don’t celebrate Easter or send cards for Easter, you could also use this for a spring card, thinking of you or birthday. I used a simple masking technique to create this scene. The masks were used in two ways. The first was to make it look like one bunny is sitting in front of the other one. Secondly, I used die cut clouds with masking paper to make the beautiful sky.


Easter Bunny card with masking technique


Masked Easter Bunny:  With or Without the Carrot?


Which white bunny do you prefer? The one above holding the carrot, or the one below without a carrot? Little details can really make a difference. In the bottom card I decided to add some Easter eggs in the grass but they looked funny just sitting on top of the grass. What did I do? I cut a slit in the card with my paper trimmer and tucked the eggs in to the grass that way. Then I stamped some grass, fussy cut it and put it in front of the eggs for a more realistic look.



Easter Bunny card with masking technique


Easter Bunny Class in Chatham, Ontario


On March 29 my team member Kylee McCutcheon is teaching a class with the Easter Bunny bundle. She still has room for you!! Here is one of the cards that she will be making along with two treat holders and a second card. You can find the link to the event page here where you can comment below the class that you like and the person teaching that class will contact you to arrange payment and other details.



Kylee's Easter Bunny Card





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