Next, I inked all of the pieces with some brown Distress Ink, especially the eyes and nose. Another option would be to die cut some of the elements out of “white chocolate” (a cream colored card stock).
Last year, when making THIS leather wallet card, I discovered that you can use Distress Glaze to give regular cardstock a waxy finish. Just apply a thin coat with a cotton rag (I use an old t-shirt) and gently rub it in.
I also added some Glossy Accents to the bunny’s eyes and nose and a little bow from the Kite Shaker Window & Frame Die-namics, that I die cut out of Red Hot Card Stock. I used the same card stock to make a little fish tail banner on which I silver embossed a sentiment from the Easter Bunnies stamp set.
The “tablecloth” is from the Gingham Galore Paper Pack and this red and white strip totally pops against my favorite Berrylicious Card Stock. I also added a rectangular frame cut out of Kraft colored cardstock to complete the scene.
As a last touch I added some matching enamel dots… I think the bunny looks good enough to eat, ha ha ha! You could also make it interactive, like I did HERE with the Friendly Fox Die-namics or HERE with the Raccoon Cutie Die-namics. Stop by the MFT blog for some more tips and tricks. Until next time!