Well, it seems that Linsey's Uptown Girl extended an invitation to have another friend to shop with. So here's my stylin' (but oh so modest so she needs clothes, albeit a bathing suit) Bunny ready to hop around in her pink daisy platform heels* to prove to the world 'It's a Girl Thing'! Great minds think alike because this is the card I worked on last night & was so giddy to share but was going to today. Last night when I saw Linsey's bunny I told her great minds think alike because I made my bunny with a purse too (I didn't divulge the details about her clothes or other accessory though so she would be surprised). I took a cue from Melanie's onesie piecing tip. I guess bunny coulda used something in her hair (fur) too but I didn't want to distract from her dress detail or purse bling (can you see her little cleavage?) I guess my blog may be rated PG-13** now?!
My card, because I used 2 different patterns of designer papers, also qualifies for the Try a New Technique Challenge TLC157 on SCS this week (why don't I do these challenges more often? Probably because my full-time job tends to suck a lot of my energy! I almost forgot - if YOU want to have a TON of fun with the Just so Hoppy set by Gina K - illustrated by Melanie Muenchinger...HOP on over to Gina K Designs & get it! Only $17.95 for 24 images and have you noticed how great they work with the Just so Hippy set?! Double the Pleasure, Double the Fun!
The heels are from the It's a Girl Thing by SU! that was a free set moons ago that I'm glad I still have! Wonder how I got a left AND a right shoe?! It was not hard. I stamped the left foot on a piece of vellum and put temporary adhesive to the back side of the patterned paper I wanted and traced around it. Then I placed it on the front side of the patterned paper (at that point I got my mirrored image) cool huh??
**Edited to add per Melanie's reply.