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Swish n Pop Bunny

This was my very favorite Easter card I made this year!

This brilliant design is by Megan Quinn and I recreated it pretty much exactly like hers.

I had owned the Swish n Pop die since it came out about a year ago and had surprisingly never used it. I knew I wanted to make this card for Easter but I didn’t have other cards in mind during the year and just never got around to trying it. And of course like most items, now that I’ve used it I really want to find other ways to use it more. This design even required me to use the Swish n Pop “backwards” so I was learning how to use it and changing it all at the same time, but it was very easy.

The hardest part about this card was the different layers. I liked the look of the plaid, then white, then sky, but Megan had the grass at the bottom match the white layer instead of the size of the sky, and for some reason that got confusing when I was figuring out how to build the Swish n Pop mechanism. If I made another Swish n Pop card I would try it with only 2 background layers and not overly complicated things.

Seeing the Swish n Pop in action on this card is so fun! It’s just the perfect thing to have this bunny hopping over the basket and the recipients loved it. Now I hope I can find more ways to use it on cards!

Materials used:

  • Large Stitched Rectangles
  • Perfectly Plaid Remix petite paper pack
  • Outside In Stitched Rectangle Stackables
  • Small Stitched Rectangles
  • Distress oxide inks: Salvaged Patina, Mermaid Lagoon, Twisted Citron, Mowed Lawn
  • White copic paint
  • Happy Easter
  • White embossing powder
  • Simple Grassy Hillsides
  • Swish n Pop Pull Tab
  • Butterfly Kisses (grass and butterfly)
  • Eggstra Special Easter
  • Some Bunny

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