What? You've been waiting for another clip from the CLDU vault? Wait no longer... if you'd like to see the bunny wobble and hear my voice watch the quick ditty above.
Making projects for charity is a great stress reliever and it's an excellent way to try new techniques and whittle down your stash. I was able to off load some things that I never thought I could use and just couldn't throw away (can I get a witness?!). This card base was from a class. I never finished the card and now it has a new home and purpose!
The stamp is from Stampin' Up! in a set called Eat Chocolate. I thought it was so fitting for an Easter card with a chocolate bunny on the front. The ink is from Clear and Simple Stamps - Espresso Your style hybrid ink.
I was so hungry I took a bite out of this card LOL. Naw, this cut is available on Cricut Cartridge Easter 2010. I cut the bunny from DCWV or Bazzill brown cardstock (sue me...I can't remember). The red bow is American Crafts foil cardstock. The card based were cut from cardstock donated to me from a crafty friend. It's from a variety of name brands such as Basic Grey. There is a delicate border cut on the edge of each card using the Sophie Cricut cartridge. An action wobble is what makes the magic happen with you touch or flip the bunny. So much fun! Hope the troops and their familes love it as much as I do!