Layered Scene Card

Hi everyone, thanks so much for stopping by today! I have a fun layered scene card to share with you, featuring the adorable Bunny Hop stamp set from Newton’s Nook Designs!

With Easter right around the corner, I felt this is the perfect time to break out my Bunny Hop set. And one of the things that I love about the images in this set is that you could actually use the stamps year round… I’m always looking for great ways to stretch my supplies! :)

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I started off my card by stamping all the images onto white cardstock using the Simon Says Stamp Intense Black ink. I love using this for my Copic coloring because the ink is specialized for Copics… however, as a side note, its also perfect for watercoloring too! Here’s a video tutorial showing how I used the Intense Black ink for watercoloring.

For my coloring, I used the following markers:

  • Bunny: C00, C1, C3, RV000, R81
  • Flower Pot: E31, E33, E35, E47, E57
  • Grass: YG03, YG21, G07, G28 (the grass die cut is from the My Favorite Things Grassy Hills borders)
  • Flowers: Y11, Y21, RV91, RV63, V15
  • Eggs: G000, YG41, BG34, RV000, R81, Y11, Y21, RV63, V15

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Once I had everything colored, I layered my elements onto a white linen cardstock circle; I had added some Tumbled Glass distress ink onto the circle to hint at a bit of sky.

My card base is created from white cardstock and I stamped the new Simon Says Stamp Peeps Background onto it using Frosty Pink Altenew dye ink. I also added some stitching detail to the edges of the card using My Favorite Things Basic Stitch Lines border dies.

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I layered my scene and some pattern paper banners onto the card base and scattered a bunch of sequins from Pretty Pink Posh all around to add some additional color.

Finishing touches are always important to me because I feel that they really add that little “wow” factor to the card. So I added a bit of Wink of Stella glitter to the eggs and flowers, as well as some Glossy Accents over top the eggs.




Looking for more Easter and Spring card inspiration? Here are some recent cards I’ve created that might be of interest to you… click on the pictures to be taken to the corresponding posts.

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If you are interested in any of the products used in this post, I have them all linked below to both Simon Says Stamp and Ellen Hutson. Affiliate links used when possible.

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5 Responses

  1. Jen says:

    This is so adorable! I absolutely LOVE how you created the grass with different greens and accents of white! So pretty! All the layers are beautiful too!

  2. Tatiana says:

    Absolutely adorable fun and super cute! Great wonderful coloring! I’m in love with this card!!!

  3. Lisaerica says:

    Nina, this is so stinkin cute, great sentiment too, lol. I love all the texture the grass has and how you made it round, really neat! Thanks for sharing and always inspiring!!!

  4. Shirley says:

    Oh, so CUTE. The sentiment is perfect for your card.

  5. Teresa Doyle says:

    Oh Nina, this is such a sweet card. Love the sentiment!

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