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Guest Designing at Just us Girls #531

Hi Everyone,

I have the great honor to be guest designing at JUGS for the entire month!

You know Easter is just around the corner. I think I bought this wonderful paper from Alexandra Renke last year and could not get myself to use it. But I finally gave myself a push and cut into it....

The theme is:

Using designer paper always feel a bit like cheating to me....I guess I should just get over that feeling.  I used a stitched square die by Simon Says and another Lifestyle Crafts regular square die to cut the Kraft paper. The die cut bunny is also by Alexandra Renke. The pretty sentiment is by Papertrey.

Come and join us at JUGS, getting your feathers some use! 

Stay home and stay healthy!
Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:
Craft Rocket Challenge - Furry Friends
As you like it challenge - animals or people
 (animals for me - prefer nature over people, I guess i am an introvert)
Blog BadgeAs You Like It ChallengeThe Diva's that cut ....paper!


Becca Cruger said…
Some bunny knows how to make an adorable Easter card. Hint... it's you! I agree that DP always does feel like cheating, but when it creates a card like this, I say cheat away!
Bobby said…
Maybe we need a challenge for using designer paper, Cornelia, since we all seem to have a lot. Those bunnies are adorable.
Vicki Dutcher said…
Pretty paper - love the die cut bunny too
Rosmarie said…
Ach die ist ja süss! Geht's dir auch so? Da hat man Tonnenweise superschönes Designpapier und dann traut man sich nicht es herzunehmen!
cm said…
Oh, that paper is lovely; I can see why you've been saving it! That said: thrilled to see you share it here, along with an adorable die-cut bunny! Cute and classy! Happy dancing that you're our GD this month!
conil said…
The Renke paper is gorgeous and the perfect backdrop for your sweet bunny. Something wonderful about square cards...this one is a good example.
Wonderful card with that bunny designer paper and your bunny die. So cute!
Sue VanDeVusse said…
I am loving that beautiful bunny paper! This makes for a perfect design and your die cut bunny sits perfectly on this. Great Easter sentiment as well.
Elaine Stark said…
A lovely cute card. Thanks for joining AYLI challenge. Elaine
Arlene said…
Such a sweet darling card. So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas for the April challenge of "It's all about the animals".
Nancy said…
This is such a darling card! Love the added die-cut really centers the eye!
Anita in France said…
Such sweet bunnies, Cornelia ... the soft watercolour look of the pp you cut into for them is just lovely! Hugs, Anita :)
Ina G said…
Such super dp Cornelia. No wonder you would find it hard to cut up. Gorgeous card and love the die cut bunny. Great sentiment fonts.
Cécile RIBON said…
Wow! This card is as cute as it can be! Those bunnies are so sweet. That DSP is lovely.
Anne said…
Thanks for joining the AYLI challenge with your adorable card - good luck!
Anne x
Renee Moran said…
what a sweet bunny card. thank you for playing along with us this month at the die cut divas "it's all about the animals" challenge.

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