Friday, March 31, 2017

Bunny Latte Entry #14

Well there was one more free digital stamp set that I wanted to use and finally I took a few minutes to make a quick design using the image from the Craftin Desert Divas Bunny Latte set. I think this is so cute and so I was hoping I could work in a design. And, of course, for some reason I had issues uploading the photo so finally opted to the solution of restarting my computer and thank the Lord it worked. So this will be my last card in the 2017 Spring Coffee Lovers Blog Hop.



I used Prismacolor Pencils and Gamsol to do my card. I also did some sponging of light blue around the edges of the die cut design. I combined the two circle images for an off set frame and layered this onto a My Favorite Things plaid paper. I also used elements from two different die sets. The plaid paper and the sentiment banner are cut with the Die-Namics MFT-914 Blueprints 29 set and the circles are die cut with the Gina Marie Designs stitched circles set. I added some pearls from Gina Marie Designs to the sentiment banner and once it all was assembled I added it to the white card base.

Thanks so much to all who joined in and came to visit and comment. I have really enjoyed this venture and I hope you have as well.

God bless,
Verna

25 comments:

  1. The tea cup bunny is adorable!!Totally cute card!

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  2. Such a sweet card, I like the colors and the design! :)

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  3. that bunny is really sweeettt and love your coloring him
    nice DP
    sweet card Verna
    thanks for visiting all my coffee card
    did you see my first post..its an stenciling card
    see you maybe there sweet friend
    hugs
    Monika

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  4. awwww...this is adorable! Glad you were able to upload it!

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  5. Oh so sweet! Love that bunny!

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  6. So Springy, Easter, Super Cute - I love it! How adorable. Beautiful work Verna.

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  7. Absolutely awesome. Beautiful card.

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  8. Verna, this bunny is so adorable that he/she (hard to tell with bunnies)needs a name. Bridget bunny comes to mind for me. Any ideas from the rest of you?Anyway, I always loved working with Prisma colored pencils and Gamsol, but that was a long time ago. Every time we have moved the movers will not take liquids in their vans so I ended up either giving it away or trashing it. I will have to buy some soon if I intend to start stamping again; I still have the pencils, though. I like everything about your 'latte' card, especially the off set circles and the faint blue you sponged around and inside the image. The latter makes one focus on the image.

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  9. Aw, darling card, Verna! I especially like how your stitched circles are slightly offset for visual interest. Your shading with colored pencils and gamsol is striking! Fantastic shading. It's been a long time since I used gamsol, and saw it recently on Gina K and thought I should try it again. Wonderful card, V! xo

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  10. This is beautiful, Verna. Love the plaid & that yummy green - perfection!
    Thanks for sharing your amazing talents; and your very kind comments!

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  11. Totally sweet! Just a darling card

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  12. Wow!!! Another amazing card! Love the layering! Patterns of papers are great and the bunny so cute!!!

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  13. so adorable! I love the plaid and how you tied the colors together around that adorable bunny!

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  14. Verna this is so very cute! I love the stitched circles and how you colored the image.

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  15. So cute! And congrats also on winning the coffee lovers commenting prize! You always leave such encouraging comments!

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  16. Really adorable Verna! The colors balanced Perfectly!!!

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  17. He is so cute and love the colours. Gotta get somewhere that I can purchase Gamsol and see how it works. Tried baby oil and almost put me out of the place with the smell. eeeek.

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