Bunnies and Glue Don't Mix!

Hello again.  I have managed to get another card made by doing the background before I went to work this morning and then finishing it off when I got back before whizzing off out this evening. 
 
 I have been after this bunny set for ages and snaffled it up when it came back in stock at Seven Hills Craft shop.
 
Snuggle Bunnies by MFT
 
 Perhaps it was because I was pushed for time that I had a glue disaster! I was trying to attach the frame to the background and so I used liquid glue as it is easier to wiggle it around.  The glue wasn't coming out when I squeezed the bottle so I squeezed a little bit more and then got annoyed and squeezed lots more and a big dollop came out all over the frame, me and the desk!  Grrrrr and Doh!
 
My Favorite Things - Snuggle Bunnies
 
Maybe I was a tad distracted  because I caught the bus home for a change - I can walk, as it's not far, but I was being lazy.  When I hopped onto the bus, the driver asked me if I was using my bus pass??!!!!!!!!!!!  Now I'm no spring chicken but I didn't think I was looking that worn out and I wasn't walking like Mrs Overall from Acorn Antiques (anyone remember her?) so I was slightly miffed!!!  Grrrr again!
 
Anyway, thank you for stopping by and listening to me rant!  I have listed the products I have used on this card down below.
 
Toodles for now.....
 
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Snuggle Bunnies - MFT
Up In The Air - MFT
Dual Stitched Rectangles - Lil' inker
Hey Hi Hello - WPlus9
Copic Markers
Distress Ink - Picked Raspberry, Mustard Seed, Barn Door
 

9 comments :

  1. A super card Wendy, such a cute bunny and lovely background.
    Perhaps the bus driver thought you had a season ticket or perhaps he 'needs to go to specsavers'!
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  2. Your little bunny is so cute and so nicely colored. I always love your sponged backgrounds, they are always look so smooth. Sorry about the glue. That sounds like the things that happens to me. Have a great day.

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  3. Such delightful card and so cute, that little bunny is so sweet and yes I'm a massive fan of MFT. That background is truly stunning with such lovely blending. I understand what you mean regarding the glue incident, boy I have those a lot and yes it tends to happen to me when I'm in a rush lol. Aw that is naughty, that driver must need new glasses for sure lol. Yes I too remember Mrs Overall, just loved how Julie Walters played that part. Thank you for visiting my blog too and the kindness you have shared. I'm will be following this blog from now on. Your work is stunning and you are so talented!! Hugs x

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    1. Aahhh...thank you Missy for your sweet comments. I shall be following your blog too as well especially as you are also a Cameo fan! x

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  4. Completely adorable, I wish I could do backgrounds like that :)

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  5. Can I ask what type of card you work on to get such clean images & colours :) trying to improve my CAS ness ! X

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    1. Hello and thank you for lovely comments. I really used to struggle with blending distress inks until I found Strathmore Bristol Smooth card which makes it so easy and it blends like butter! You will LOVE it.

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  6. Like butter is right, Wendy! Your blending is flawless and the colors are amazing! And that sweet bunny and birdie could NOT be more adorable!! Hugs, Darnell

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  7. You are REALLY good at colouring too, absolutely beautiful colours and card, hope you gave the bus driver a REAL glare! LOL.
    Faith
    x

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