Thursday, March 26, 2009

Flight of Challenge (Rubbernecker Wacky Wed. #4)

The Rubbernecker Wacky Wednesday challenge was to make an Easter card suitable for a child.
I'm sure children of all ages would be amused by bunny bottoms and anything that uses stickers.  I took piano lessons for ages and gave piano lessons for several years and I still haven't outgrown my love of stickers.  (For those who never took piano lessons it is quite common to put a sticker on the page when you "passed" a particular piece of music.)

Stamp - Rubbernecker Grand Bunny Bottoms
Paper - Wausau Papers, DCWV and Making Memories (eyelet pattern paper)
Paper Frills - Doodlebug designs (pink paper rick rack)
Buttons - Favorite Findings by Blumenthal Lansing Co.
Scrapper's Floss - Karen Foster
Ribbon - Making Memories
Stickers - American Greetings
Felt Easter Scatter - World Market Cost Plus


  1. Too cute! Love the buttons and the bunny bottoms!

  2. I love those little bunny bottoms,. too! YOur card is so darling.

  3. I love your bunny butts. I figured out how to leave a comment on this site! I don't have to use anonymous anymore. I'm soooo sad! lol

  4. This is just way too adorable! Love the embellishments.

  5. I LOVE those bunny butts!! And your card is just too cute!!

  6. COOL!
    LUV them bunny butts!!!
    Such fun kid colors, too!!!

  7. This is sooo cute...the bunny butts are adorable and I just love the colors you used!!! The buttons and ric rac are such wonderful embellies!!!