Bunny Hop

Hello friends,

Today’s card is for the Cut It Up Challenge with the theme “Hopping Down the Bunny Trail (Easter)”. Actually there is a story behind this card as it is also part of another challenge – so let me explain. As most of us are in isolation, lock-down, quarantine, etc around the world, an awesome group of ladies challenged each other to do a Covid-19 Relief challenge. What a great idea to lift our spirits, get us out of our daily routines and  do some crafting to help us mentally and emotionally. At the bottom of my post you will find the names of these awesome group of ladies and links to there blogs that participate in this challenge. Please visit and share some love during this time when we all need a “cyber” hug!

I created my card in the shabby chic style in my favourite colours, cream, pink and green. The cheerful bunnies are part of a new die set I purchased recently and I love them.  They are so happy and to do them justice I layered them on a pastel floral background. The doodling on the die cut bunnies was inspired by a card I saw at sarascloset. I  added  two layers of entwined green circles to frame the happy couple. For a “Spring” feeling I added soft pink roses, leaves and gemstones. I finished of with a marker sign and sentiment.

Challenges I entered:


A close-up of the bunnies


The roses and leaves


The marker sign and sentiment


A peep at the inside


Project details

Cream, green and pink card-stock — Couture Creations designer paper “Peaceful Peonies” — Sizzix Tim Holtz Thinlits “Bunny Hop” (664421) — Elizabeth Craft Designs “Entwined Circles” (1254) — Cottage Cutz “Marker Sign” (CC-MINI-055) — Leane Creatief sentiment die  Pigeons” (45.1222) — Cheery Lynn Designs “Build a Snowman” for bows (B844) — Unbranded die “Leaves” — Prima flowers (Item #639839) — Gemstones — Tim Holtz distress inks “Antique Linen”, “Bundled Sage”, “Victorian Velvet”, “Pumice Stone”

The group of ladies who joined the challenge are:










That’s it from today! I hope you like my card. If you do, please leave a comment – I love reading them. Have a great day and happy crafting.



15 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. larelyn
    Apr 14, 2020 @ 17:34:33

    I love your card! It’s so unique. The dimension is fantastic and the bunnies are wonderful. Thanks for joining our Cut it Up Challenge.



  2. Lena Fonkert
    Apr 14, 2020 @ 05:50:36

    This card is so soft and delicate and sweet. From the beautiful papers to the lovely card design and sweet bunnies, it’s all just gorgeous!
    Thank you so much for playing along with us at Dies R Us Challenges. We hope to see you again next time. Have a wonderful day and stay safe and well.
    ♥ Lena ~ DT
    Dies R Us
    Lena’s Creations



  3. Birgit Norton
    Apr 13, 2020 @ 13:23:19

    I’m back Amelia, but this time for DRU. I still think this is a lovely card! Your bunnies are so darling and I love the feminine look to this beautiful shabby chic card. Thanks so much for linking up to the DRU “Anything Goes” challenge. Best of luck to you.



  4. Conniecrafter
    Apr 10, 2020 @ 03:51:23

    Beautiful, love the shabby chic feel to it!



  5. kathy krug
    Apr 09, 2020 @ 20:07:08

    Gorgeous card, Amelia. I love th bunnies and your vintage style is always a cut above. This was fun.



  6. Judy Woodland
    Apr 09, 2020 @ 15:58:53

    OH MY GOSH, this card is just beautiful, amazing, and most of all CUTE!!! I adore those jackrabbits, they just make me smile. And as always, I love your shabby chic style. Stay well, my friend!! And HAPPY EASTER!!!



  7. Rachelle O.
    Apr 09, 2020 @ 15:54:31

    OMGoodness! Those dancing bunnies are amazing! This card just made me smile and perfectly reflects the one-word sentiment! We really appreciate the “Cyber” hug sent to us by from the Double D Team and thanks so much for joining us for this “Hoppy” Challenge!
    Rachelle – DT@CIU



  8. Vicki R.
    Apr 09, 2020 @ 15:21:06

    Delightful, Amelia! Love the pastels and those bunnies! Great design. Thanks for joining the Cut It Up, “Hopping Down the Bunny Trail” Challenge.



  9. Evelyn
    Apr 09, 2020 @ 13:53:49

    What an amazing card. I love all the details you’ve added. Those are the most interesting rabbits I’ve ever seen! I often wonder what the animals do when humans aren’t looking.

    Thanks for joining us at Cut it Up as we Hop Down the Bunny Trail! And Happy Easter!




  10. Darlene Pavlick
    Apr 09, 2020 @ 13:33:01

    OMG I’m LOVIN’ these bunnies … brought an instant smile to my face! LOVE how they are having fun ‘kicking up their heels’! Beautiful coloring and design (as always)! I’m so happy you played along … fabulous inspiration! Stay safe & healthy … AND, keep crafting!!



  11. Birgit A Norton
    Apr 09, 2020 @ 12:46:43

    Oh Amelia, you’ve knocked my socks off with your beautiful card! I love that we used the same bunnies but in two completely different ways. Mine, more primitive and yours,shabby chic. The doodling on the bunnies is delightful and I’m so going to give it a try. I’m thrilled that we all did this challenge together. Thank you for your sweet friendship. ❤



  12. Barbara Campbell
    Apr 09, 2020 @ 12:44:04

    I love these bunnies in every way! They are so different and I like the difference. Now I think I need them. Love how you made them vintage. Great card!



  13. Donna J Phelan
    Apr 09, 2020 @ 12:42:14

    Gorgeous card, beautiful wreath and I loooooooove that bunny!!!



  14. anyasofia
    Apr 09, 2020 @ 11:44:51

    Amelia this is stunning and I am in love with this die…we are lucky to all be in our design team and working together in any way we can…proud to be part of it.xx



  15. Diane H
    Apr 09, 2020 @ 11:35:02

    There are those bunnies again, geez, I need these lol! Your card is beautifully created in your pretty shabby chic colors and always fabulous details!! Stay safe!!



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