Bunny Slopes Slimline Card by Katie

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Hey there friends, Katie here today with a fun slimline holiday card.  Today’s card features Catherine Pooler’s Bunny Slopes Stamp and Coordinating Die Set. 

First, I stamped the Bunny Images using my Misti on white cardstock.  I colored them with my Copics using grey for the fur. 

The bunny notes and ears were used with pinkish peach colors. 

I used blues for the bunny clothes, skis and sleds.  Once my bunnies were all colored, I cut them out using the Bunny Slopes die set and set them aside.  

Then I used the Lawn Fawn Lawn Fawn Slimline Scallop with Hearts, just the scalloped portion with a light pink.  I stamped some snowflakes directly on the pink using Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide. I then added some hills, die cutting Lawn Fawn Slimline Stitched Hillside Borders on white and adding more distress to the tops of the slopes. 

Once I mounted all the slopes, I stamped my sentiment in black and then came back in and mounted my bunnies using foam tape.  I added a white base to the back so I could mail it and finite.

I hope you enjoyed this card.  Thank you so much for visiting today!

Supplies Used:
Adhesives: 3L - Scrapbook Adhesives - Crafty Foam Tape - White, 13 ft, Scrappy Tape, ¼ inch, Glue Dots
Stamps: Catherine Pooler Bunny Slopes + Dies
Dies: Lawn Fawn Slimline Stitched Hillside Borders, Lawn Fawn Slimline Scallop with Hearts
Ink Pad: Momento Black, Distress Oxide Tumbled Glass, Distress Oxide Worn Lipstick
Copics: B26, B24, B23, B000, R20, R32, C3, C1
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