Bunny Burrow

I always wanted to live in a house built into the hillside when I was a little girl. We go down to Cornwall every couple of years and always visit a place called Hidden Valley Discovery Park  where you have a tonne of clues to follow to solve a mystery. The adults and the kids love it. The kids love finding the clues and watching the adults scratch their heads trying to figure it out. One year a clue was
7+8+5+9+1+0+7+6+88=9 We decided to go for a coffee as we were stumped! It was then my husband started to doodle and colour in the 0's on each number!!!!! Bingo!!! The answer was found purely by accident but had 6 adults staring at it for some time.
We first went the year Jack was born and have watched it grow and develop over the years. A few years ago they built a hobbit hole and I swear it is just like this stamp!!


There is a video on my YouTube Channel


Card Making Supplies 

Bunny Burrow Stamp and Die set by Trinity Stamps
Heffy Doodle Slimline Trio Stitched Slimline Die
Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers
Spectrum Noir Finesse Ink Pad in Rustic Brown 
Distress Oxide in Tumbled Glass and Twisted Citron
Clearly Besotted Cloudy Day Stencil 
White Card
Happy Birthday Sentiment by Gemini
Distress Ink in Peacoxk Feathers

Card Making Tutorial

Using the white card I cut the slime line frame and stamped my bunny burrows using post it notes to mask

The bottom was masked and blended with twisted citron 


The top of the burrow was then masked and using the cloudy day stencil and tumbled glass I created the sky


The images were coloured and the animals die cut out



These were adhered using foam squares.
The sentiment was stamped in peacock Feathers onto a piece of white card and blended with twisted citron distress oxide. This was trimmed and the corners rounded then glued in with foam squares.

Thank you for reading
Happy Crafting
Claire xx


20 comments:

  1. love your story and fabulous colourful card the critters are adorable

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  2. This is really cool I love the stamp set l may have to get one

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    1. Thank you I got mine from the little paper tree

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  3. Just adorable, fabulous colored animals and what a cute design.

    HUgs Diane

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  4. AWh, this is so cute! Love that stamp set! Crafty hugs Linda

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  5. Sweet and colourful card Claire and I enjoyed reading about your holidays and the puzzle.

    Have a good weekend

    June x

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  6. Super creation Claire and love the little tale with it! Shabneez x

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  7. That's an adorable scene!! Love it

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  8. This is so cute Claire, you have created a wonderful scene and your colouring is fabulous.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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