I suspect you'll see another flocked card for Easter sometime soon as I have a jar of the prettiest sunny yellow flock with glitter mix that I'm anxious to use. I see a cute Easter Chick in my future! I also have some tropical pink flock in my stash. I am betting it would be adorable on a pair of pink flamingos. What do you think? Should I??? Of course I should!
Another feature of this project is that I made the bow that is around the bunny's neck with a fork. Yes, I said a fork! Now maybe this was a rage that most crafters saw when it was a thing a few years ago (most videos on this are are 2-3 years old) but I just discovered it. It's really works to make a pretty double bow. I am going to try it next on a large meat fork so that I can get a larger bow. It makes the double bow super fast and easy. Check it out! Oh, and while you're there, please subscribe to my channel!
Thanks for spending some time with me and until next time, keep crafting!
A2 White Card Base-4.25" x 5.5"
Gray Mat-3.75" x 5"
Pink Mat-3.5" x 4.75"
Cricut Gray Rabbit-Easter 2010 Cartridge-Bunny-#M470E4-3.46" H
Cricut Easter Blessings Sentiment #M3CF00-1.49" H
Pink Paper Flower
White Glitter Ribbon
White Iridescent Sequins
Pink Glitter Paper-DCWV Glitter Brights Stack-#
Gray Flocking Powder
Pebbles Pink Chalk
Easter Stamps - Brand Unknown
Silhouette Double Sided Adhesive Sheet
Silhouette Flocking Powder
I'm excited to share this project in these challenge blogs:
Fantabulous Cricut Blogspot Challenge #295-Sequins
Crafty Creations Challenges #335 Anything Goes
Creative Fingers Challenge Blog.blogspot Challenge #125
Die Cuttin Divas Challenge #305 Animals
Hiding In My Craftroom #290 Any Holiday
Aud Sentiments Challenge-Animals Sentiment
Crafty Gals Corner Challenges #111 Anything Goes
Jo's Scrapshack #177 Always Anything Goes