Vintage Rabbit Easter Card


Hello friends and crafty peeps! Time again for another fun hop with the crew at Really Reasonable Ribbon.

This month we’re using the February Purple & Green Ribbon Club Assortment. So perfect for Easter and Spring!

You should be coming to me from my friend Gloria. If you’re just joining in you’ll want to go to the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog to start at the beginning.

I created a very vintagy inspired Easter card….

The lavender egg in the rabbit’s basket matches the ribbon perfectly!

This purple and green combination really helps me think Spring. Even whilst is freezing rain today here in mid Michigan.

The burlap string helps to fill in this floral arrangement.

More string here to create a double layered loopy bow topped with a vintage button. There’s also a sweet butterfly charm clipped on to a die cut frame.

Please enjoy this tutorial on how I created this card……

Your next stop in the hop is Miss Cheryl.

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~Really Reasonable Ribbon~ February Ribbon Club Assortment

Wishing everyone a happy and productive day : ) G

12 responses »

  1. OMGosh Ginny I LOVE your vintage Easter card, I think vintage Easter is just the best!! Every detail is perfections and the colors make me happy in my snowy and cold part of lower Michigan!! We lost power yesterday due to the ice…anyhow a FABULOUS creation!!

  2. what a beautiful easter card…you did such a wonderful the vintage bunny and the lavender colors….ohh im in heaven that’s my favorite color…..I may have to order these ribbons…thanks so much for sharing.

  3. the colors of this ribbon collection are so pleasing…definitely brings on my creative joy! Gorgeous card! Perfect use of ribbon. Well done!

  4. You steal my heart every time! LOVE this card and all the details like that Vintage bunny, lavender ribbons and blossoms!! So gorgeous!
    Beverly Jordan

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