Is this not THE cutest little Sweet Bunny you ever did see?? I had to order it right away – and I’m gonna be coloring it as much as I did that crazy giraffe last year, I think. Sooooo cute!
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Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.
I loved this lil bunny so much I didn’t even add anything to embellish it–just added it to the card base…
And if you’re wondering why this card is called Dust Bunny….this is the sentiment on the inside. For what occasion should I send this card??? LOL!
Here’s the paint set used in this video:
Sketcher sets Includes: Hansa Yellow Medium (EH DB) Quinacridone Rose (EH DB) Ultramarine Blue (EH DB) Cerulean Blue Chromium (EH DB) Monte Amiata Natural Sienna (EH DB) Transparent Red Oxide (EH DB). My additions: Nickel Azo (EH DB) Serpentine Genuine (EH DB) Undersea Green (EH DB) Cobalt Teal Blue (EH DB) Sedona Genuine (EH DB) Bloodstone Genuine (EH DB) Moonglow (EH DB) Payne’s Gray (EH DB) Neutral Tint (EH DB) Lunar Black (EH DB)
There’s a sale going on for 25% off these Altenew goodies using code meetALTENEW- and I had these two cards made in all my practice for the upcoming rain classes using Starry Flowers, which are in the sale category. Yep you’re welcome! Classes in copic, watercolor and pencil are coming March 1, if I can get all the voiceovers done and videos uploaded over the next week…wish me luck!
And one more tidbit: for the Rainy Days classes, the Copic colors I’ll be using are these – in case you want to add one or two to an order this week. But remember you can substitute. With colored pencils I generally assume everyone has a good selection of colors since they’re much less expensive; and for watercolor, you’ll be able to mix colors, most likely, but I’ll be using my main 2019 palette (not all colors in it but if you have substitutes you’ll be just fine). A white gel pen is recommended for all the classes OR a fine brush and some acrylic white paint of some kind if you don’t find a gel pen works for you.