My last entry was for my Granddaughter:
I have seen several of this type of card on the many blogs I follow and thought I would try it but change it up a bit. It is a bunny peeking through a tree.
(This picture is sideways. I couldn't get it to turn around! LOL)
The base is kraft and I ran it through a wood grain embossing folder. I did all the cuts from the George and Basics Cricut Cartridge ( even the one on the kraft base) The bunny head is cut from 1 1/2 inch and 1 inch circles. The ears, centers, feet and foot pads are also 1 inch and 3/4 inch ovals. His nose is a heart at 1/2 inch. The pink paper was placed on the inside of the kraft for the background for the bunny. His cute eyes and smile are Peachy Keen Face Stamps with white gel pen enhancements. I cut a long strip and snipped banner ends. I then stamped my sentiment and folded the banner to overlap each end and glued it under the bunny hole.
NOW FOR THE CHANGE-UP!
On the inside is his bunny butt! I glued the head together and attached it to the front of the card, folding one ear down. Then I glued the butt to the head and placed the feet to dangle on the inside. A swirl texture circle makes the fluffy tail pop without adding a lot of bulk. The inside is stamped with "DID SOMEONE SAY CHOCOLATE BUNNIES?" Adding three flowers from the same cartridge brought a little color and spring to the card. I love how it turned out and my Granddaughter lovers her "babbit"!
Well, I finally posted and it was a challenge just getting that done. To make three cards was something entirely different. I am always thinking I will make cards up ahead to save some time, but I never do I tend to make each card personalized for the recipient. I also tend to do my best work under pressure Oh well!
Hope you enjoyed my post and challenge entries.