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Katzelkraft - Happy Easter take 3

Hi Everyone,

it's Katzelkraft Wednesday!

I used the sassy Bunny from the Farm Animal set for this card. I put him on the little Ottoman from the Salon Set. I colored him with Inktense and die cut the eggs. The Happy Easter is from the set Holiday Quotes

The other sentiment I found on Pinterest and printed it on my computer.

Hope you liked this - I'll be back next Wednesday with more Katzelkraft inspiration!

If you feel the urge to buy any Katzelkraft products, you can also order them in the US from those companies: Lost Coast DesignsTopflight Stamps or Frantic Stamper 

Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:
Stampcorner - Easter
Simon Says Stamps - anything goes


Cute hip bunny! Fun card.
conil said… this bunny and perching him on that ottoman is so stinkin' clever. Oh, let's not forget the cool shade, too. Amazing fun card.
marilyn said…
I absolutely love this card & all the Katzelkraft animals...they just make me smile! Thank you for showing us all your creative ideas with them too!
Du bist einfach perfekt für diese schrägen Stempel - jedesmal muss ich schmunzeln und freu mich auf mehr!!!
GLG Elisabeth
Anita in France said…
Hahahahaha ... what a trendy bunny in those cool shades, Cornelia ... such a fun scene! Hugs, Anita :)
Dora said…
Cute and so funny
Rosmarie said…
Ha ha ha, ich lach mich kaputt! - Er sieht zu gspaßig aus, auf seinem Ottomann, mit seiner Brille und seinen Kaninchenzähnen! 🤣 Genial!!!

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