Sunday, March 4, 2018

Easter Girl Card with Inlaid Die Cuts

We had a bunny:  Little Bo Binkin.  He lived 13 years.  He loved cinnamon toast and would actually beg for it.  He really like carrots, too, but cinnamon toast was what he lived for!

Isn't she sweet with her little bunnies?  These bunnies obviously love carrots!

The background of this card is really pretty with inlaid die cuts.  Packs a lot of punch for something so easy!

I just got these pretty medallion dies and think they're perfect for this technique.

Basically, inlaid die cuts is just placing the die back into the negative space created when you cut the die.  Simple, but effective.

This Easter cutie is ready for download if you would like to create a little something with her.

Download Easter Girl with Two Bunnies HERE.

Dropbox seems to work differently for different people.  Either right click and save when image appears or click the download button in the top right corner.  If neither method works, email me and I'll send the files to you. 

Little Bo was really a great pet, but he had one BIG problem.  He would chew anything and everything.  Furniture feet?  Yummy.  Couch pillows?  Yummy.  Lauren's toys?  Yummy.  When he was out we had to watch him like a hawk.  It was a little stressful.  At least, I can enjoy these cute bunnies without having the chewing issue!

Have a lovely week!


  1. Thanks for your kindness Lori, this image is so cute and you made a lovely card with it! The background with the inlaid die cuts looks so beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
    I have never had a bunny, but I love them (and all the animals :) )

  2. Such a pretty Easter card - love the way you used inlaid dies to create a beautiful background!

  3. Ooh, how Pretty Lori! Love the inlaid look... those dies are so elegant! Fab Easter card!


  4. I've always loved bunnies & have quite a collection of them for home & yard decor, so today's card really appeals to me! Love the sweet background done with the inlaid die cuts--absolutely love those medallion dies! The little vintage girl with the bunnies is such a darling image & I love the bow & cute little tag for your card, Lori! Guess I better get a move on & make some Easter cards!

  5. Beautiful card. I
    had a miniature bunny
    named Honey Bunny. Very
    sweet and she would wait
    outside our bedroom door
    in the mornings, waiting
    for me. She liked to chew
    the door frames also and
    had to make sure electric
    cords were out of her reach!
    Carla from Utah

  6. Those inlaid die cuts make the perfect little peekaboos for that orange gingham in the background. Super sweet card Lori.

  7. A lovely sweet Easter card! Adorable girl image and darling bunnies! We had a white bunny many years ago, Bunny Foo Foo. I was afraid of him because he would nip at me and my son. But, my husband the “animal whisperer” did well with him!:). Anyways, a lovely card, Lori! Love the cut outs, polka dots, and pretty bow, too!

  8. OMG Lori - that image is pure vintage adorable ness (is that a word)? Love her. Thanks so much for sharing.

  9. those little bunnies are too cute with the little girl. That is cute your bunny liked toast. We had bunnies but they stayed outside, in the winter we made a trail in the snow for them to hop around in without getting lost. The inlaid flowers make a beautiful backdrop to your card!

  10. I just love how you inlaid the dies with the fun papers to coordinate with this adorable vintage image! Such a sweet card! I can't stop chuckling over imagining a bunny begging for cinnamon toast! Love that :)

  11. It's a darling image, and I love the orange gingham behind the die shapes, which are so elegant. Love the cinnamon toast story. We have a friend who has bunny pets - #1 was Raymond, who lived a long time. Now Rachel is there, and has the run of the kitchen. Bunnies can be a little messy too! But they surely are cute. TFS

  12. What a sweet card! Love that vintage printable, and I am smiling from ear to ear over your cinnamon toast-lovin bunny story! The inlaid background you made with those medallion dies is stunning! Love that peek of gingham!


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