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Today I’m sharing a new project highlighting the adorable Bunny Garden Digital Stamp, one of my favorite Rachelle Anne Miller illustrations.
Working with digital stamps is so easy and fun! Digital stamps are digital line drawings that, once purchased, come in the form of high-resolution images (PNGs) ready to be printed on your home printer. In this way, you can resize or flip the image before printing it out on your favorite card stock and start creating!
This time I decided to create something different than the usual card and ended up with a cute framed picture.
To begin, I printed the adorable Bunny Garden image on Copic friendly card stock, using my inkjet printer. Next, I colored it with Copic Markers and cut the panel into a square.
For the frame, I used the stunning Happy Frames Die set from ModaScrap to die-cut the frame pieces out of pastel yellow patterned paper. Then, I cut them to the size I needed and carefully assembled them to create the square frame.
I finished off my project by adhering the colored image behind the frame and adding a bunch of sparkling clear sequins as embellishment. Hope you like the result!
Don’t forget to check out Rachelle Anne Miller Website for a close look at her wonderful digital stamps and more ideas using them.
Thank you so much for stopping by!