The Easter Bunny Stamp of the Month can be used to create some fun layouts. This layout does not have the traditional spring colors because I wanted the unique qualities of my children to stand out. I still wanted to create an Easter feel, so I used a floral border, bunny, and polka-dots to create the theme of spring. I’ll be sharing project ideas throughout the month with this stamp set, so be sure to visit often. At the very bottom of this post, I’ve included a list of the products I have used to create this layout.
Paper Needed: 12″ x 12″ Cardstock (I used Peacock), 11½” x 11¾” Cardstock (I used Champagne), 12″ x 4″ B&T Paper (Peacock Enchantment Fundamentals), 12″ x 3″ B&T Paper (Peacock Enchantment Fundamentals), (2) 12″ x 2″ B&T Paper (Pomegranate Enchantment Fundamentals), (2) 12″ x ½” Cardstock ( Colonial White), 3″ x 3″ Cardstock (Chocolate), 1″ x 3″ B&T Paper (Peacock Enchantment Fundamentals)
Here are a few techniques I used on this layout:
- The “Title” was created using our 2½” Circle Thin Cuts. (I love that we have circles!) I stamped the words using VersaMark Ink, then heat embossed them with White Embossing Powder.
- The Flower Border was made by repeatedly stamping the Floral image with Chocolate ink across Colonial White cardstock. This gave it a ribbon look.
- The Bunny image was stamped with Chocolate Ink onto Desert Sand cardstock, then shaded using Watercolor Pencils. (I used Sorbet, Chocolate, Brown Bag, Star Spangled Blue, and Grey Wool).
This layout was simple and easy to make and defiantly shows each of my kids’ personalities. Please feel free to comment with any questions about this layout or the products I used to create it.
12″ x 12″ Chocolate Cardstock