This cute little chocolate bunny looks good enough to eat!
I used PicMonkey to change the PNG file of the Happy Easter sentiment from the Easter Blessings Digital Stamps to a lovely purple Spring colour and printed it off onto white cardstock. I love the font and the way it looks like a distressed stamped image!
Since I was sending this to my scrappy friend, Sandy, I wrote her a little note inside and added another digi stamp sentiment from Chocolate Bunny with Distress Ink sponged around the edges.
Ok, I would have to say this is my favourite stamp set this month - and my kids loved it too ;) The Bunny Conversation Digital Stamps just makes me laugh! I'm sending this to one of my sisters, as I know she'll chuckle when she opens the envelope. I added a few more SpiegelMom Scraps sequins for a bit of bling!
I used my alcohol based markers again and shaded in a milk chocolate and dark chocolate bunny, adding a bit of pink Distress Ink around the edge of the panel.
A pretty flower with a rhinestone pulls together the Easter colours.
Inside, I used the same sentiment as above, but printed in green this time. PicMonkey is really so easy to use - and if you have some PNG files its worth playing around with! You can change colours and change directions of the stamps themselves, as well as layer them!
Here's a look at the four new digital stamp sets released.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Be sure to check out these fun new stamps - and more - at the Pretty Cute Stamps store, and have a fabulous weekend!
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