Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Sleepy Bunny

Hello and welcome!  Today I'd like to share with you a card I made using the now retired Sleepy Bunny Sprite from Aurora Wings for the bingo challenge on the Aurora Wings challenge blog.  For my card, I chose lace/doily, flowers, and ribbons or bow.

After printing off and coloring my image, I sponged some apricot dye ink around the edges of the image before layering and adding brads.  I then pulled out a cake doily I've had in my stash for years and sponged apricot ink all of it before adding a pre-made bow on a card with Echo Park Country Drive designer paper.  Once that was done, I added the image panel, some small resin flowers and then sponged apricot and marigold ink around the edges of the card.

Thanks for stopping by today.  Have a great day!!!

Stamps: Aurora Wings Sleepy Bunny Sprite
Ink: Stampin Up! Apricot Appeal and Marigold Morning
Card Stock: Stampin Up, Echo Park Country Drive Designer Paper
Accessories: Computer, Printer, Prismacolor and Copic Markers, Brads, Glue Dots, Sponge, Cake Doily, Resin Flowers, Bow


  1. This is just precious, Bonnie Lynn! Love your slightly brighter baby colors (would work for the yellow pink and blue row, too, eh?) and the sweet design. Your embellies are just perfect with the beautiful DP, as well. Actually, Sleepy Bunny Sprite isn't retired, you can still find her on Aurora Wings.com, so if you're ever looking for something and can't find it on Etsy, check there, where listings are permanent. Thanks so much for playing Bingo with us at Aurora Wings. xxD

  2. This is simply adorable, Bonnie Lynn! What a precious baby card with the Sleepy Bunny Elf! Love your color palette, use of a doily, and those adorable buttons and flowers. Thanks for playing Bingo with us at AWCB! Mitzi xx

  3. Cute as a button, absolutely adorable. Thank you so much for joining in the Aurora Wings Challenge.
    Laine - DT

  4. This is such a sweet card! I love the pretty colors, and the way you added the doily. Thank you for playing Bingo with Aurora Wings!