Easter Thinking Of You

MFT And Friends- March Product Launch

YAY! It’s release day!  The March My Favorite Things Release is now live and available for purchase!  Do you know what you’re going to get? All of the new products you’ve seen these past 5 days can be found HERE.
I have one more card to share from this fabulous release…
I couldn’t resist pulling out this Stacey Yacula Easter Bunnies stamp set. The images are so whimsical, and will put a smile on anyone’s face. I colored the bunny first with Copic Markers: E44, E43, E41, E40. I then picked out coordinating brown Polychromos to use for details. once I was happy with the bunny, I did the same thing for the grass and flower buds. I colored the grassy hill with YG01 first, then went over the coloring with coordinating green pencils for detail. I used purple pencils for the flowers. I used Copic Marker B0000 to color in the sky.
I die-cut a card panel using the largest rectangle from the Stitched Rectangle STAX Set 2, then used the outside stitched circle from the new Rainy Circle Die-namics to cut a frame out. I stamped the sentiment under the frame. I attached the bunny scene to an A2 card base, then added the frame using foam adhesive.
Thank you so much for joining me for the March release launch! You can find more inspiration and all the products now available on the MFT blog. That’s all for today!

71 Replies to “MFT And Friends- March Product Launch”

  1. Such a cute bunny and sweet card! Awesome coloring! Love the details from your colored pencils!

  2. Your coloring is amazing!! It looks like a professional did it. Maybe you are professional? If so, that makes sense. AMAZING

  3. The coloring of the bunny is so crisp and beautiful. Very impressive. Thanks for sharing your creativity!

  4. Super adorable! Amazing job on the coloring, especially the fur on the bunny. Love all that fine detail. Some bunny is going to be so happy to receive this card!

  5. Amazing how you created the fur on the bunny – I need to practice and practice and practice!!

  6. Oh my, what a gorgeous bunny! Stunning colouring and nice to see no dies used. I always buy dies because I struggle without them but I think I could have a go at something like this (but not as fancy! hehe).

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