Nerdy Easter Card

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Nerdy Easter Card using Gerda Steiner Designs and Copic Markers
Oh my god, I found the cutest Easter bunny πŸ™‚
This stamp is from Gerda Steiner Designs and I can’t stop drooling. And you know what happened? My coloring turned out somewhat decent… LOL
I love how the hair and the glasses turned out. All that YouTube video watching was good for something πŸ˜›

For this nerdy Easter card, I colored the little grass piece and the Easter bunny with Copic markers and fuzzy cut them out. I used Tumbled Glass Distress Ink and the Dreamweaver Picasso tool to create the sky on a separate piece of paper. The tool works like a mask and makes it super easy to create clouds.

Creating a cloudy background with Distress Ink and the Picasso Tool

Then I adhered the grass pieces and the bunny onto the background and added the little speech bubble. After cutting a 1/8″ wider piece of green card stock and adding it to the back, I adhered both to the card base. And of course, I had to glitter the flowers πŸ˜‰

I really hope that the next bunny turns out as cute πŸ˜›

Supplies Used


Close Ups

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