On the white cardstock, I colored the bunny image, with just a gray watercolor color crayon, blended the crayon with a Stampin Up blending pen, cut only the bunny, his backside, and his ears out, in two pieces, and pasted him onto the yellow dot basket. I used Tombow muti liquid glue (the green/white bottle) because it bonds really well and drys clear. Adhered the panel to the zig zag background paper and stamped sentiment with Ranger Tim Holtz mini distress ink in dusty concord.
I wanted Mr. Bun to look like he was in motion, so I added a swoosh behind the basket and some black lines randomly it to mimic motion.
I added a touch of sparkle to his sunglasses with a red spica glitter pen and added lime green adhesive gems to his wheels. And added the purple polka dot ribbon by American Crafts to frame the card. I hope you enjoy stamping and check out these adorable, whimsical stamps from "Eat Cake Graphics."
From our house to yours...may you have a wonderful Easter. ~Kim
Eat Cake Graphics Stamps:
5036-K, Mr. Bun in his speedy basket
8063-D, Are those jellybeans?