Baby Bunny Card in Sepia Tones

Sweet Little Something Stamp Set

Sweet Little Something

What is not to love about the cute baby bunny image from the Sweet Little Something stamp set by Stampin’ UP?  I decided to show the cute bunny image off by creating a Sepia look tonal image using the 3 step stamp.  It has that classic 1800’s old photo look. Just stamp the image in the lightest shade of Sahara Sand, then Soft Suede and Chocolate Chip.  The sweet little bunny looks classic with her wood flower as an accent.


Add Shine

The beautiful image requires very little effort to get a great result.  The card base is Sahara Sand card stock.  The second layer is Soft Suede. But, I still felt it needed a bit of shine so I added a border of Champagne Foil as a frame on top of that.  The sentiment is from the stamp set as well and is perfect for a baby shower card.

On the Inside

The inside of the card has a frame of Soft Suede.  The sentiment is stamped in Chocolate Chip and I used some of the shimmery washi tape that I had on hand as a border on the bottom.


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Sweet Little Something Stamp Set

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