Do you happen to notice this week's CTS Sketch?
I couldn't help but add a little shine on that carrot!
Planned random-stamping and
simple Copic coloring is always cute, right?
A little sentiment on vellum is perfectly unimposing!
OR one can always just get out of their comfort zone, and do a bit of fussy cutting! I haven't found the perfect detail scissors... do you have a recommendation?
This Easter Greetings paper from Lil' Inkers is a good match for my pencil-colored-on-natural paper!
It even provided my sentiment!
That's it for me this week... thank you for spending a bit of your time with me, and for all the kindness you've shared! xx
OH before I go... did you get the memo?
Adorable! They are all as cute as bunnies can be! Scissors...I like SU's little snips!
So sweet! Jo x
So sweet, I love your cards - every time I go shopping at the Altenew website I look at this set.
Hippity hoppity, aren't these CUTE! I like the pop of orange from the carrot on the first, the fabulous (and so you!) vellum sentiment cloud and the sweet little pair on your shaped card! I've had a pair of Cutterbee scissors for years and have never had them sharpened. They still cut like butter too. I like them because they're small.
Never knew Altenew had cute little bunny stamps Michele! I am adoring all your cards, they are just way to cute. Nice fussy cutting too! I don't fussy cut all that well, but I either use Cutter-bee's or a pair of Fiskar sharp scissors that you don't put your fingers through. I know that didn't make a lick of sense! lol Hugs, Brenda
I think these are all fabulous, Michele! You had a grand time with your new stamp set, it looks like. Fabulous cards! As for detail scissors, EK Success Cutterbee (the yellow and black ones). I've also used Close To My Heart's back in the day. I tried a different pair when my old Cutter Bee wasn't cutting well and did not like them at all, so went back to the yellow and black ones. :)
Whether celebrating Spring or Easter, those bunnies know how to do it. So cute, Michele.
Oh those bunnies are adorable! Sweet Easter cards!
Adorable-ness all the way around..... love those bunnies (and the perfect little carrot)!!
Freaking cute! I am so in love with their flowers I hardly notice anything else.
Such fun eye candy! Adore them all! But that Ruth one, got me like monkey clapping big time, LOL! LOVE!
Love these bunnies...chubby, sweet faced and cute. You obviously had a great time putting them together.
All three of these are absolutely ADORABLE Michele!! LOVE the 1st card with the simple gray and white and pop of orange for the carrot...speaks to my CAS heart!! But I adore the colorful 2nd card too and also the tag (you should enter that in the newest Tag You're It challenge!). Cute, CUTE bunnies...you might need to bring that set when we have our play date! And my favorite fussy cutting scissors are an older pair of EK Success Cutterbee's too...love them!! Have a great weekend my friend!! :0)
Super CUTE trio of cards, Michele! I love them all, but I'm a little partial to the CAS design on the first one...especially with your wavy stitched border and fabulous texture...so sweet!
I don't like fussy cutting but have found Fiskars 'Easy Action' scissors to be the best to work with. The Amazon link that I have is 3 lines long...but, do check them out there :)
All three of them are so adorable with beautiful coloring and fantastic designs, Michele! Love the shiny carrot and the textured background. The combination of the sentiment, the bunny, and the dots gives the random-stamping a sense of unity. And you did a super great job of fussy-cutting. I use Japanese scissors but I have a pair of Stampin' Up and EK Success Cutter Bee. I haven't used them yet but I heard that they were pretty good. Not good scissors and pens are my pet peevs. ;-P
All three of your bunny cards are so adorable, Michele. I love your colorful Copics coloring and the added shine to the carrot. Your fussy cutting looks great.
I have used my SU Papersnips for years and still nice and sharp. I clean with Go-Gone if necessary. Always use a different scissor for anything with adhesive.
TFS your sweet bunnies, my friend. Hugs..Nancy
Eeeek this stamp is so cute but your cards are all so fabulous Michelle! I especially love that you created a background. All beautifully coloured and extra sweet! Miss you my friend, I have been so out of the loop!
I think your fussy cutting looks amazing, I just found that the more I practiced the better I became... and now that I use dies mostly I am probably a little out of practice. The spring scissors from Tonic work well for me (I have a 'big' thumb lol, but many people love those little yellow Cutterbee ones. Love all of the fun you had with this set, thanks yet again for the inspiration!
Fun cards! Love your "random planned" -- I usually get that plan but it wasn't what I was trying for - lol! So cute!
Hey Michele. Thanks for your gorgeous comment on my blog re Therese and our friendship. I have visited your blog many times over the years - now you have a bit more of an idea who I am which is good. These bunnies are so darn cute - these cards will put smiles on faces I'm sure.
so adorable, cute and fun too!! love the fresh, happy colours.
What a sweet trio, Michele ... you sure had fun bringing these little bunnies to life ... each card is a wonderful showcase! Hugs, Anita :)
I'm in bunny love! This little guy is totally adorable and of course you've used him in the most cutest ways. The monochrome card with the orange carrot is so sweet but then I adore the bunnies stamped with the vellum sentiment too. Nope! I can't pick a favorite because they're all winners! I see some good suggestions for scissors here too, from your faithful followers. I hope you find just the right pair. Have a great week my friend!
Kara got me to buy some Cutter Bee scissors. They work better than my little Fiskars. Anyhoo...Your fussy cutting looks darn good to me, btw... Three sweet little bunny cards. Don't make me choose a favorite, though. They're all adorable and just in time for Easter. I finished my treat bags yesterday. Hope the kiddies like them! xo Bev
Adorable and super cute cards. Love the shiny carrot on the first, the way you did your fabulous stamping for the background and the vellum sentiment on the second and wonderfully cute third one x. I am no expert on scissors but I have loved reading what your followers have suggested x.
What a bunch of cuties! Your first card is especially precious with the gray monotone and the bright orange carrot. And the background of several bunnies is so colorful and fun. Like several of the others I'm still using my yellow Cutter Bee scissors. I've had them for ages and they always work great.
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