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Happy Spring!

Hi Everyone,

 I am playing in this month Memory box challenge. The theme is blossoms and bunnies. Time to pull out my Memory Box supplies - the pretty flower die and an ancient Memory box wood stamp. Since I don't have any MB bunnies, I used my IO bunnies for this card. 



The background is a quick spritz with Mr. Huey. Added Washi tape and enamel dots. 


I just love how this turned out. Initially I was planning a white card (not sure why...), but I just can't do that. Really like the fresh green accents. Color is just so much better, right?

Also linking up with:
Time Out Challenge - Easter a/o Spring
Challenge up your Life - die cutting
Challenge iconsGrab Our Badge!  Simon Wednesday Challenge Blog

Happy stamping!

Comments

Nora Noll said…
This is adorable!! I love the fun misting on the back with the white silhouettes. Fabulous card!!
Suchi said…
Those bunnies are so adorable running around the card! :P
Suchi xx
Mac Mable said…
I love the layout on the kraft card..I know you thought about white but the kraft is perfect. Yes the pop of vibrant green works so well. Loving the fun hoping bunnies. I didn't know you could mix dies for the memory box challenge so will hopefully find time to play along this month. (don't have their bunnies either). Thank you so much for the fun inspiration.
conil said…
Absolutely, color is awesome. As is this card. I happen to love those IO bunnies...that touch of washi just makes them pop. Think this would qualify for the current Simon Says Wednesday challenge, as well. http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/wednesdaychallenge/simon-says-bit-o-green/
Tanja said…
ah, Du hast wieder Deine süßen Häschen ausgepackt - wie geht es Dir?? - Liebe Grüße von Tanja
Jill V said…
Fabulous card - the kraft background with the splash of white is so much fun - and the pop of bright green is perfect (you are so right about colour!)Thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Jill
Greta said…
So cute, Cornelia! I haven't even used my IO bunnies this year! Clearly I have too much stuff--haha!
Ruth said…
It's gorgeous! I love the darker background and the White bunnies. Makes it really unique and pop out. Xx
Anita in France said…
Oh, this is just so sweet and lovely, Cornelia ... the spritz of white against the kraft makes such a gorgeous background for the crisp die cut blooms and bunnies ... and I love the pops of bright colour! So happy to have you playing along with us at Time Out! Hugs, Anita :)
Shirley said…
Color is great! Love your card especially the hopping bunny...so cute.
Flo said…
Süß diese Häschen!!! Und: Mr. Huey hat gut gespritzt *kicher*!!!
Am besten gefällt mir der obere Hase, der so eilig hinzu oder weg springt. Die beiden anderen sind auch schön. aber dieser bringt Bewegung ins Bild.
Schönen Sonntag und liebe Grüße
Bobby said…
Those bunnies look darling romping across your card, Cornelia.
Kim Heggins said…
Amazing card Cornelia...just love your take on spring.
papierelle said…
'Spring' im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes!! Super schön gemacht!!
LG Gundi
Ela said…
Tolle Karte, der Spritzer weiß im Hintergrund sieht super aus zu dem knalligen grün.
Vielen Dank fürs Mitmachen bei Challenge up your Life.
LG
Ela
cm said…
A fun misting background; perfect for your bunnies to frolick and play!
Hugs~c

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