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Holiday Kickoff

Hi Everyone! The holidays are just around the corner, can you believe it?! I decided to dig in and make my first halloween card. I'm always looking for creative ways to use my stamps. I love getting as much mileage out of them as possible. So for today's card I took an Easter bunny, gave her a costume and...


...now she is perfect for Halloween! The options are endless. For easy costume making, I stamped the bunny image in white ink on the felt. I then cut out the pumkin shape considering her head and feet using the inked image as my guide. I then flipped over the felt and put on her custom taylored costume. *smile*

I also want to point out that I created the card shape using Nestabilites Labels 8. I ran the largest die through on two sides to create fun new look!

Have a great day!

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Comments

Lin said…
Oh, this made me smile - really cute!
Barb said…
Such creativity! I love this Ashley! How cool to cut just the two sides of the Nestie for a fun shape! Love that! I also love your cute bunny in the pumpkin costume! Adorable idea!!
donna mikasa said…
Oh, this is too cute, Ashley! Love the bunny's original costume! And I love how you used the Nesties--what a neat look! Must practice that....
Tiffany Ervin said…
Oh my gosh, super adorable Ashley, love the wonderful colors for Halloween!
Alice said…
wow! love the unique cut/shape!! so fun and the felt custom is too cute!!! this makes me smile!! fab halloween card!
Jane said…
Ahhh this one made me scream! So darn FUN!!! LOVE it!
Virginia L. said…
This card screams HAPPINESS and FUN!! Love your new blog look and this card is just adorable to the max! LOVE your inspiring work, Ashley!
Kelly Booth said…
SOOOOOOOOOO Cute!!! Love this!!!
Elizabeth Allan said…
Great card! I love the outfit you made for the bunny.
JulieHRR said…
OH MYLAAAANTA!!! This made me giggle so much! TOO CUTE!!!
Tiff said…
This is adorable!
Deirdre said…
Love the label idea and the outfit is just unbelievable.... so adorable and a neat idea. TFS.

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