Easter Bunny Hide and Go Seek Card

Happy Flash Back Friday!

With another interactive Easter Egg Surprise!

This card is a Flash Back from 2009, which can be seen HERE. 

  1. For the “egg”, I cut a large oval using Petite Classic  (and Scallop Ovals to back it) from Nestabilities.
  2. Stamped a plaid pattern for the “egg” with Plaid Plus and Hey Chick! stamps.
  3. Using Fiskars paper edgers – Peaks, Cut “egg” in half.Plaid and Daisy Egg card

Stamps to create this card: Honey Bunny Multi-Step Clear StampsHey Chick! Multi-Step Clear Stamps (flowers) and Plaid Plus! Clear Stamps from Kitchen Sink Stamps.

  1. Stamp bunny, grass, and sentiment to yellow scallop oval base.
  2. Use green flower brads to attach “pull ribbon” to egg top and attach and pivot egg top to yellow scallop oval base.

  3. Use more green flower brads to attach egg bottom to yellow scallop oval base.

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Plaid and Daisy Egg card - with Bunny inside

Paper: Barely Banana, Kiwi Kiss, Pink Pirouette, Pixie Pink and Shimmery White from SU!

Ink: (all SU!

  • Bunny:
    • Step #1-Sahara Sand stamp off 1x
    • Step #2-Sahara Sand
    • Step #3-Close to Cocoa
    • Step #4 -Chocolate Chip
  • Grass:
    • Step #1-Kiwi Kiss
    • Step #2-Old Olive
    • Step #3-Always Artichoke
  • Plaid: Barely Banana, Pink Pirouette and the Flowers in Pink Passion.

Embellishments: Petite Classic & Scallop Ovals from Nestabilities. Fiskars paper edgers – Peaks. Corner punch from SU! Bubbles Embossing folder from ProvoCraft. Ivory sheer satin edge ribbon and Pearl rhinestones from Michael’s. Green Flower brads from Making Memories (then added crystal rhinestones on top from Icons-My Big Ideas). Sakura Gelly Roll pen – Pink & Clear Star.

Plaid and Daisy Egg card - sentiment inside

2 thoughts on “Easter Bunny Hide and Go Seek Card

  1. Cute design with the bunny and the opening egg.

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    1. Thank you Sue… it was fun to make!

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