Jumping Bunnies.....

Hello peeps.  I have been sadly lacking in my blog posts just recently but I am back today with a card that is soft and fluffy - well that is what it this jumping bunny makes me think of. 
I have used a stamp by House Mouse Designs that I have hardly used called Happy Hoppers .  When I first got into card making, I bought a few House Mouse stamps at the Hobbycraft Show at the NEC so I thought it was time to get them out and use them to stop me drooling over the latest releases from other companies.  With Christmas coming I am cutting down on my crafting purchases....well trying to anyway!!  It's soooooo hard.

House Mouse Designs 'Happy Hoppers'
I first stamped the mouse onto watercolour card using black Versamark ink and then heat embossed it using clear embossing powder.
I then used watercolours over the top and amazingly for me, I didn't make one boo boo during the creation of this card!!  Perhaps my noodle head is emptying itself of noodles and my brain will once again start working as it should? 
I won't hold my breath on that one!

Bunny Birthday card made using House Mouse Designs stamp and watercolours
I have used MFT Cross Stitched Rectangles and Mama Elephant Landscape Trio dies, hammered card and pink card by Papermilldirect.
 I am entering this card into the following challenges:-

Toodles noodles for now. 
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  1. Oh, this little bunny is so sweet and cuddly! Love the soft watercolouring and cross-stitched border, Wendy. SO cute indeed! Thanks so much for joining us at CASology this week!

  2. Love the bunny LOVE the water colouring and the dies and EVERYTHING about this card. Seems a lot of us at awol in posting these days. LOL

  3. Oh gosh.. this image is so adorable!

  4. I love the pink highlights on your bunny! Thanks for playing along with us at CASology this week!

  5. That is one happy bunny...super cute! Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

  6. Your little bunny is just adorable. I love how you water colored around him.

  7. Eeeeeek, that bunny is so cute! What a great way to use emboss resist and I love how the landscape die adds movement to the design.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

  8. Awwww this is just too cute. The bunny works perfectly here with the emboss resist technique, watercoloured to perfection and a great floaty BG. Thanks so much for playing along at Less is More with us. Sarah x

  9. This is gorgeous Wendy! I love that adorable bunny, and it's a super use of the emboss resist technique. The cloud die at the bottom is a perfect finishing touch <3 Thanks so much for playing along with us at Less is More :)


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