I made an Easter card for my DD - and also for the SCS Free for All Friday challenge F4A109 of 'Three or more' where you are to use 3 or more of the same type of thing whether it is the image or embellishments. Here is a link to the deets on the challenge: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/fo...a-t550835.html
I used 3 brads to fit the challenge.
I stamped the image onto my white cs, then stamped the egg again onto the same dp I used on the background so I could paper-piece the pink and green portions of the egg. I also stamped the egg again onto watercolor paper and coloured just the yellow section with watercolor pencils and cut that out and popped it on top of the original stamped image on the white cs. I stamped the bunny twice more onto watercolor paper - once for using the whole bunny image and the second for just cutting out an extra layer of the two paws to give bunny a little more dimension that he/she is holding the egg. I colored the bunny and grass/ground with watercolor pencils - not that there is much to color - quick and easy!
I lightly went around the image with Kaisercolour blue chalk to represent the sky and added some pink and lemon chalk here and there using I-Kan-dee pearlescent chalks, then punched four tiny pink hearts using my EK Success Arrows border punch (they are the leftover punchies that look like tiny hearts to me) and glued them around the image.
I smothered the pink ends of the egg with Kindyglitz Crystalina glitter glue.
The brads are velvet brads by Doodlebug and feel so soft and fluffy - love them so much :-)
Lastly, I added the ribbon in two separate elements and the bow itself was made with my Bow Easy.