Monday, March 27, 2023

Hoppy Easter w/Really Reasonable Ribbon

Hello to all my ribbon loving friends and crafty peeps, and thanks so much for stopping by my blog today as I share a sweet little Easter card that I created for Really Reasonable Ribbon.  As I've mentioned many times, one of my all-time favorite trims is Baker's Twine.  There are well over 20 fabulous colors of Baker's Twine at Really Reasonable Ribbon and it costs just ten cents ($0.10) per yard and adds SO much great texture.
I used purple cardstock and then a white cardstock that I pressure embossed using an Organic Linen Embossing Folder from Altenew.  I added yellow, purple and pink oxide inks to the white cardstock before embossing it.  I used the same colors of oxide ink on more of the white cardstock and then cut my bunnies using a cute Frantic Stamper die-cut.
I tied Solid Lemonwood Baker's Twine around one of the bunny's necks, Solid Pink Baker's Twine around another, and Solid Purple Baker's Twine around the other.  I placed a small white cotton ball tail on each of the bunnies.  I used Scor-Tape Adhesive to attach everything securely.  The sentiment was stamped using a stamp set from Paper Sweeties.
Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions about my project.  You're always sure to find lots of great products and deals at Really Reasonable Ribbon and loads of FAB inspiration on the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog.  Thanks again for stopping by to say hello.  I always enjoy and appreciate your visits.  Have a blessed and creative week.

I'm playing along in these fun challenges:

Can You Handle The Pressure Challenge Blog - Use an Embossing Plate - Anything Goes/Optional Twist Easter - For this card, I used the Organic Linen Embossing Folder from Altenew.  One of my all-time favorites.

Dar & Diane's Double D Challenge Blog - Easter/Spring - See Inspiration Photo Below - The adorable bunny (and his cotton tail) inspired this card.

Cut It Up Challenge Blog - Challenge #274 - Use Embellishments.  I used tiny cotton ball tails, baker's twine and a miniature rusty paperclip as my embellishments.  The die-cut I used isa cute Frantic Stamper bunny die.

Pammie's Inky Pinkies Challenge Blog - Challenge #2312 - Anything Goes - I always love to play along here when I can.  

Hoppy Easter,


  1. Absoluty sweet card 👏💐☺️have a great day

  2. very cute those bunnies are just so cute

  3. Great use of your colours and the embossing Karen to back a perfect back drop for your bunnies

  4. Your card is adorable. Thanks for joining our Add Embellishments challenge at Cut It Up.


  5. Love the inking and the bows and bunny tails. Great card. Thank you for joining our Cut it Up Add Embellishments challenge.
    Larelyn (CIU owner)

  6. that is so cute, I love their little bunny tails

  7. Those little bunnies lined up in their Easter colors with bow ties and cottontails are so darn cute! Thank you so much for sharing with us at Double D!

  8. Oh Karen, this is just ADORABLE! Love all those little bunny tails! Great job! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Can You Handle the Pressure challenge! Good Luck and we hope you’ll come back often.

    Can You Handle the Pressure
    Triple B ... OUR NEW CHALLENGE BLOG where it's all about birds, butterflies & blooms.

    PS ... thanks for also sharing this cute, inspiring creation with us over on Double D. Good Luck!

  9. Super bunnies, I love the little pom poms for their tails.


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