March 6, 2022

Easter Bunny Interactive Wobble Card

 Hello! Today I am sharing a cute Easter Bunny interactive wobble card.

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I colored the Crackerbox Stamps Bunny Butt stamp and Crackerbox Stamps Carrots stamp with Derwent Chromaflow Colored Pencils and then fussy cut them out. On a cream-colored piece of cardstock, I stamped the Crackerbox Stamps Shake Your Cottontail stamp. Then I attached the carrots and attached the Bunny Butt with an action wobble so he truly shakes his cottontail. I attached all the paper layers using my Xyron Mega Runner.

Watch the cute little bunny butt shake...

To create the texture on the bunny tail, I used some White Puff Embossing Powder.
Here is a closeup...

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  1. This card is too cute. My 3 year old granddaughter loves the chicken dance song and shaking her tail feathers. haha I can't wait to case this for her Easter card. TFS! Have a blessed day!


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