This week's inspiration photo at the Fusion challenge is a cute one: an Easter bunny wreath. There's also a sketch that you can follow, but I stuck to the Easter bunny theme with an Easter card for my Chicago granddaughter.
Awhile ago, I ordered three of the Simon Says Picture Book dies. One of them was the cutest bunny. It seemed perfect for a 14 month old little girl's Easter card.
I photographed the card on a cute stuffed bunny from Target. All five grandchildren are getting one of these bunnies (in brown and pink or white and blue) for Easter. First I die cut the bunny in three colors and pieced it together. I popped it into a heart die cut with a My Favorite Things heart from a white stitched square backed with some patterned paper from the Avery Elle collection, "The Sorbet Collection." That was all adhered to a square card made from Cotton Candy cardstock from Simon Says.
Although the photograph makes the Spellbinder banner look as if it's been cut from a different cardstock, in real life, the banner matches the card perfectly. The sentiment is from Papertrey Ink's "Bunny Basket."
Easter is likely to be snowy. Matt and Betsy are planning to have the Easter egg hunt inside this year. We'll enjoy it wherever it happens. There'll be lots of inspiration for sure at the Fusion Challenge, and I'm thinking of trying the sketch for another card.