For my card I opted to just use the color scheme since I don't have any cute little bunny stamps.
I'll be honest, this card didn't come together very easily for me, it was a comedy of errors. I started with a sheet of watercolor paper and heat embossed the 'happy' and 'to you'. This is a cheaper and thinner paper then what I normally use and when I painted in the letters the water and color spread past the heat embossing instead of being contained within it with other papers I have used. So, I had to find a way to try and cover that...thus the grey shadows. Then I wasn't happy with the plain white background. Enter the blending of the orange ink, which is suppose to have water splatters. However, when the splatters dried they were not even visible and since I used Distress inks, I'm blaming the paper again. Lastly, I had to blindly adhere my shaker panel to the front of the card and ended up leaving way too much white space at the top and this sucker was stuck down nice and tight to the card. So I pulled out some glitter tape and stuck a strip at the top. Oh well, crafting isn't always perfect!
I die cut the 'birthday' three times and adhered them together for some extra dimension and went over the top with a Wink of Stella pen.
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Stamps and dies are both from Create a Smile
stamps: Crystal Letters Upper
dies: Cool Cuts Birthday