Saturday, March 13, 2010

Bunny by Ann Clack

As today's designer, I wanted to revisit one of those older techniques!  This one uses those oil pastel crayons that you've had lying in your stash that never seem to see the light of day!  This technique is called Oil Pastel Gesso from the February 08 newsletter.  The image and words are from Dustin Pike (sorry that I reported it was from another company initially!)  and is colored with copics.  The 'out of the box' with the rabbit's basket and grass is also a TJ technique and even though I used Nestibilities to cut out the image, the technique was still quite easy to do.   The corners are an EK Success punch.  The oval for the words are Stampin Up punches.  The oval and scallop oval are Nestabilities.   This card will be going to one of my grandkids!  Hope you enjoy it!

8 comments:

Evelyn S. said...

Another very, very cute card, Ann! So much wonderful color!

stamps&cars said...

follow-up

Beth Norman said...

Very cute. I haven't tried this technique yet. It works so well for Easter. Your colouring is awesome.

leenda said...

Love the bright colors Ann! Great job!

Lynn Stevens said...

What a fun bright and cheerful Easter card. Sure to be Loved!

Hetty said...

Lovely bright and cheerful Easter card, Ann!

Evelyn S. said...

So...I already commented??? My memory is worse than I thought! However, I will repeat the compliment about your Copic coloring, as well.

Beth said...

Adorable image Ann and beautiful work on the technique.