Hippity Hoppity Easter is on the Way

I’ve had the best time creating Panorama cards since I came up with the first one last Fall.  When I got to thinking about what I would like to make next for Easter, I started thinking about the sugar eggs I used to see when I was a child, that have a scene in them.  One side was open so that you could peer into the egg.  Ah ha! another excuse to make a Panorama card.

This one’s a hybrid, meaning I used both My Digital Studio and traditional paper crafting to create the finished product.

Panorama Easter card by theartfulinker.com





I didn’t have a bunny stamp so, I turned to My Digital Studio.  This bunny is from Little Additions.  I added him to my page and then stretched him into three different sizes, flipped one so that I could have one facing in from the left and colored them  all Soft Suede.  But, he needed a little texture.  So, I added one of the overlays from Eventful Year and changed the color to Early Espresso.  Then, I printed and cut them out.

My card base is Soft Sky.  I cut the openings with the Oval framelits. and then added my bunnies.

Using the Fringe Scissors I cut several pieces of “grass” from Pear Pizzazz.  For my flowers, I used a combination of Wisteria Wonder, Blushing Bride and Summer Starfruit cardstock and ink.  Some flowers were stamped using the Petite Petals stamp set.  All of the flowers were punched with the Petite Petals punch.  I layered flowers around, shaping some with the Bone Folder.  Bottom layers were adhered with Multipurpose Glue and top flowers were placed on Stampin’ Dimensionals.  The final touch was adding a frame of Basic Pearls around the largest opening.

I’m quite pleased with the way this turned out.

You still have time to get your supplies for Easter projects and collect a free Sale-A-Bration item(s) with a qualifying order.  Only 5 more days.  Go to my  store before it’s too late.

Edited: Tutorial available here

And be sure to create something today,


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  • Reply
    Kay Capps
    April 2, 2014 at 7:03 am

    Hi- I love your panorama bunny project. How did you put the layers together to get the spacing? Thanks so much!

    • Reply
      Sara Levin
      April 2, 2014 at 7:39 am

      Kay ~ I’ve had several questions about the panorama bunny project. So, I will have a tutorial posted tomorrow. Thanks for asking!

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