I have to admit for some reason I've been a little intimidated by stencils. So many of the stencil creations out there are so cool and "artsy" - two adjectives I would never use to describe my own work:) When I went through my supplies I came across an old Stencilability brass stencil called Happy Bunny (you know, the kind we all used back in the dark ages with our light tables and a stylus!) and thought to myself, "Hey! I got this!":
I used Superior Memories Unicorn white pigment ink to sponge his body and Ranger spiced marmalade and peeled paint distress inks for the carrot. Decided his ears needed a little color so I added a little bit of Ranger worn lipstick. The background was created using Hero Arts CG139 Cling Dots. The sentiment is also Hero Arts(don't know the product #) and I thought it went perfectly with this happy bunny!
Other Supplies Used: Papertrey ink white cs, Stampin' Up melon mambo and crumb cake cs, WPlus 9 banner die, Cricut George and Basic Shapes cart (die cut tag), Martha Stewart baker's twine, ribbon and pom pom from stash
Since I used Sketch #2 and some Hero Arts products I'm going to enter it in their current challenge:
And since I used an animal why not enter it in the current Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge Animal Antics!
Have a great day and thanks for all the constructive comments!