Midnight Hare Card
Sophie started working for Ellison in February 2015. Since then, she has enjoyed developing her style and skills within the company, and most of all, has enjoyed seeing her initial sketches and designs become products. She studied Art and Design at Central Saint Martins and has a degree in Textiles Design from Manchester University. She has always been strongly inspired by current trends, illustrations, surface patterns, natural elements and travel. When she isn't at work, she's still continuing her love of design by producing hand-printed textiles and papers while finding time to draw and experiment in her sketchbook.View Designer
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A truly exquisite die that combines fantasy and mythical trends with delicate shapes and elegant design, as seen within this card.
Sizzix Die(s) Used
- Sizzix Thinlits Die Set 3PK - Midnight Hare
- Sizzix Accessory - Cardstock Sheets, 80PK (20 Colours)
- Sizzix Big Shot Machine Only (White & Gray)
- Sizzix Big Shot Plus Machine Only (White & Gray)
- Sizzix Big Shot Express Machine Only (White & Gray)
- Sizzix Big Shot Foldaway Machine (White and Grey) with Exclusive Extras
Other Supplies: Glue, ‘my friend’ stamp
- Fold the white cardstock to form a card and trim to desired size.
- Cut the hare die out in dark cream, dark pink, light pink and green.
- Cut the stars and moon out in yellow.
- Cut the bunny off the green cut-out and stick the remaining two groups of plants onto the cream cut-out.
- Cut two flowers off the dark pink cut-out and stick onto the cream cut-out.
- Cut two flowers off the light pink cut-out and stick onto the cream cut-out.
- Glue the bunny and flowers onto the white card in the middle.
- Glue the moon next to it, trimming the lower point so that it sits close to the hare.
- Arrange and glue the stars around the hare.
- Using black ink, stamp your phrase underneath the hare.