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Monday, May 6, 2019

Christmas Bunnies


Hi peeps!  I am posting a second card for today because the deadline for the new-to-me challenge, Christmas Kickstart, is almost up!  Their challenge this week is Christmas Bunnies (so cute), and the Global Design Project challenge is to CASE Brian King with this card:


So here we go, with one of the quickest cards I've ever made:


My Christmas bunnies are from 100 Proof Press, stamped in Smoky Slate; the sentiment is from a past Paper Pumpkin kit.  I added a border of Lucky Lime Twist, mounted it on a Gala Gingham panel and all of that went on a Smoky Slate card.  Everything was diecut with the Stitched Rectangles dies  The only wee embellishment I added was a rhinestone to dot the "joy"!!


Thanks for popping in again today!  Enjoy the day and be blessed!

10 comments:

Dotty Jo said...

Hi LeAnn, well done for making it under the wire! Your card is a beauty and I love that gorgeous centre panel and your fabulous colour combo. Thanks for joining us at The Christmas Kickstart Challenge and I hope that this is the first of many visits you make to the challenge, Jo x

Kampin' Karen said...


Christmas bunnies...who knew!Great CASE and good luck.

Linda Callahan said...

Perfect case of Brian’s card! That is a sweet bunny stamp!

nwilliams6 said...

You did a fab job casing Brian's card! The bunnies are so darn cute and the colors and bg make this a super fun and unexpected Christmas card. Love it!

ionabunny said...

Love your bunnies. They look very joyful. Thanks for joining the fun at the Christmas Kickstart Challenge. Hugz

Wendy said...

This is so pretty, LeAnne! Love your case of Brian's card using the bunnies and a Christmas sentiment! A job well done! :)

Lisa Elton said...

I love bunnies! Add in some gingham and it just gets better!

Fabiola said...

J'adore, les couleurs, les papiers, tout, biz

Brian King said...

Love it, LeAnne! This image of the bunnies is such a great one - a perfect combination of the two challenges. ♥

Jan Clothier said...

Such a pretty watercolour effect on those poppies, LeAnne. And just the right amount of splatter and of course, the lovely Subtle background. The rounded corners are a nice touch.