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Hello and thank you so much for joining the Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop.  We are sharing Easter Projects this month!  My name is Jo Anne Hewins and I am joining you from North Carolina in the USA.

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I used my Stamperatus to help me with my card today.  I'm using the Sweet Little Something stamp set.  This bunny is so cute, but he is hard to line up.  There are three steps to stamp.  That's why the Stamperatus is so great!  There's actually four surfaces available to use.  My tip is to use scrap paper for all the stamping until you actually get all the bunnies aligned.  If you don't, you will waste a lot of card stock!  Oh, here's the card.

Sweet Little Something by Luv 2 Create

My next hint is that, once everything is aligned, you should make lots and lots of these bunnies to use in future projects!

Start with a card base of Thick Very Vanilla cut 5 1/2 x 8 1/2.  Score this at 4 1/4.  Use your Bone Folder to crease the fold.  Hint number three is that you definitely want to score thick cardstock.  It will fold much better!

The Pink Pirouette layer measures 3 3/4 x 5.  The next layer is patterned paper from the Bundle of Love Specialty Designer Series Paper.  It is cut 3 5/8 x 4 7/8.

The bunny uses Crumb Cake for the largest stamp with no detail.  Soft Suede was used for the stamp with some detail.  Early Espresso was used for the smallest stamp with the most detail.  Once everything is aligned on the Stamperatus, it really does not matter which order you stamp them.  Cut the bunny out with snips and add to the card.

The grass uses Pear Pizzazz card stock.  Cut this out using the Picnic Basket Builder Framelits.  I lined this up with the bottom of the pink layer.

The bow is from Pink Pirouette card stock and uses the Bouquet Bunch Framelits Dies.  The flower uses this framelits set as well.  The stem is Pear Pizzazz, the flower is Pink Pirouette, and the center of the flower is So Saffron.

The clouds are cut from the Up & Away Thinlits Dies in Very Vanilla.  The smaller clouds are attached with dimensionals.  The Happy Easter is from the Sweet Little Something stamp set.  It is stamped in Soft Sky.

Sweet Little Something by Jo Anne Hewins

This is a sweet little card made with Sweet Little Something.  I'm proud that I finally used some of that Bundle of Love paper.  Sometimes it's so hard to cut beautiful paper.

Sweet Little Something Easter card by Luv 2 Create

You will want to continue on the Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop.  There will be lots of great Easter ideas for you to enjoy.

My product list will follow the list of names of participants.  I would love to be your demonstrator if you are in the USA and don't already have one!  Thanks!


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Sharon Dalton

Jo-Anne, that bunny is so cute...
Cheers Shaz

Jessie Holton

Love your little bunny card, Jo-Anne & great use of the DSP in the background. Thanks for joining in with the Stampin' Dreams March Blog Hop! xx

Sandra Mastello

Great bunny card!

Jenny Hayward

Jo-Anne this is a really sweet card and I love your bunny. It's a great Easter one. Thanks for sharing. :)

Alejandra Gomez

Love your card!! that bunny is so gorgeous!!! thanks for the inspiration, Allie

Sara Levin

Great combination of elements to create a cute card Jo Anne.

Joanne Hodge

Sweet little bunny card!

Vicki Hunter

Very cute idea Jo Ann....I just adore this bunny he is too cute for words

Shannon Cole

I just love this bunny! Your card is super cute :-)

Kim Oliver

I adore this bunny, your design with the DSP and flower is so very cute. Love how you have decorated inside too x Thank you Jo Anne

Angela Meiritz-Reid

Gorgeous card Jo Anne, all your elements look great together x

Anna Krol

Such a cute card, Jo Anne! I love how you build up this sweet little scene with different die-cuts x

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