Today I'm sharing a tag that was featured on the Lawn Fawn blog on Monday. It features Winter Bunny which was one of the very first Lawn Fawn stamps I ever purchased (along with Frosties). The first time I saw winter bunny I was sold. My mother loves bunny rabbits, and I bought it to make a tag for her for Christmas that year. This time I have paired this sweet bunny with Let It Snow.
I embossed winter bunny with versafine black ink & clear embossing powder on water color paper and used distress markers and a water brush to color him. The polka dots I added using a white gel pen. I stamped the chevron trees from Let it snow on the blue tag using two shades of green ink and then stamped the snow in the sky with white ink. Before the ink was dry I applied perfect pearl powder to give the snow some shimmer. For the snow bank I cut a second tag out of white then cut the shape of the bank. I applied glossy accents to the entire piece with my finger and dumped Rock Candy dry stickles on top to create the crystal snow. Mom might be getting another bunny tag this year! :)
On a totally unrelated note...My husband and I escaped to Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge for a couple days earlier this week. We visited the Salt & Pepper Shaker Museum while we were there and as silly as it sounds it was really a fun experience. They have over 20,000 sets in this museum and they are for the most part grouped together by theme (vegetables, fruit, animals, etc). Here are a few pictures I took with my phone. It only cost $3 and it was a really fun to see all the creative design that went into the thousands of shakers.