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Thursday, March 7, 2013

Bunny Bricks

Good Afternoon:
This week has the first Tuesday of the month, and you know what that means! It's time for a brand new challenge at Technique Time Tuesday. It is a very simple one called 'Brick Wall' and won't take you very long to make up a card to enter our challenge. As always, the lovely Mynnette had done up a fabulous tutorial to help you out which can be found HERE.

March's Top Winner will receive 3 digital sentiments made by Mynnette, and each stamper who's card is showcased will receive 1 digital sentiment made by Mynnette  ! ;) Here's the best part--THE WINNERS get to choose what they want their sentiment to say and what style! If this doesn't sound like something you'd like, you could choose from some sentiments that she already has made. :)

With Easter fast approaching, I decided to use this technique to get an Easter card done. Here it is:
I decided to mount my image on a bit of a tilt to give my card a different look.

Close-up of my bow with a flower in the centre that is attached to the bow with a brad.
Close-up of ribbon and flower at bottome of card. I used a brad to attach this flower to the ribbon also.

Card Recipe:
Image: Memories of a Lifetime - Birds & Butterflies "Joyous Easter"
Cardbase: Recollections
Cardstock: CTMH
Patterned Paper: Stitchybear Stamps - "Eggtravaganza" Digital Papers
Ribbon: Recycled from a flower arrangement
Flowers: Michaels
Brads: My stash

Please visit the blogs of my wonderful Technique Time Crew Mates too; they have some awesome creations to share with you this month.

Hugs, xo


  1. That is such a cool technique and I love the finished card. It makes it really something special taking the time to do all those bricks. !! FABBO
    IKE xxxx

  2. This is a very neat take on the brick wall technique, so versatile! Very excited to be a part of the team with you at Technique Time Tuesday :)

  3. I really love that image of the Easter rabbit couple, Tracey! It's so romantic! :)

    A lovely card!

    Claudia xx

  4. Very Easter-like with the blue and yellow colour combo and your traditional Easter bunny image. It looks great in the brick wall style and, wow! what a bow - gorgeous! Looking forward to working with you

    Louise xx

  5. What a lovely Easter card! I love, love, love that image! Great use of the technique.


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