The stamp set is called Easter Bunny, and is made by Oxford Impressions. For the front of my card, I used this cute little bunny. I stamped him with Watering Can Archival ink and colored him with Distress markers. I stamped the image a second time onto coordinating paper and cut out the bow, layering it onto the colored image. The bunny was cut out and adhered to an oval panel cut using the largest oval from Karen's Oval Accordion card die set.
The paper I used is from Hobby Lobby (can't remember the name, but it's in the paper by the sheet section). I added some Lace from Maya Road, paper flowers, and Tim Holtz's Crinkle Ribbon.
For the label, I cut a piece of the same paper as I used on the front, using the pop-up die. I trimmed the label out and layered it onto the front of the pink pop-up, just to give it some contrast. The sentiment was stamped onto manila cardstock using Watering Can ink and cut using one of the companion dies in the Lucy Label set. I sponged the edges with Spun Sugar Distress ink and adhered it with pop dots.
Most of the supplies I used can be found at Inspiration Emporium via the links below. Remember to use my coupon code - stamptramp - to save 10% on your order!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Be sure and check out the Elizabeth Crafts blog tomorrow for another fantastic card and tutorial from Karen Burniston, and to see what the other designers have created for the challenge. You'll leave with tons of inspiration!