Gerda Steiner March


This is my take for Gerda Steiner´s progressive Challenge. For March we got this sweet little “Carrot Bunny” to work with. If you are not taking part – jump in at any time – just purchase this month image, join in the Challenge and you get next month image for FREE. Isn´t that great ?

Das ist mein Beitrage für Gerda Steiner´s progressice Herausforderung. Für März haben wir diesen süßen “Jump Rope Bunny” bekommen. Wenn Du noch nicht teilnimmst – steig ein zu jeder Zeit – einfach diesen Digistempel kaufen, an der Challenge teilnehmen und für den nächsten Monat bekommst Du den Stempel gratis !

“Frohe Ostern” is German and means “Happy Easter”.


  • Supplies
  • Image: Gerda Steiner “Carrot Bunny”, Stempelküche 365
  • Paper: SU White, PTI Velllum
  • Other: Sewing Machine, Stamped Dots as background




8 thoughts on “Gerda Steiner March

  1. Pia 13. March 2016 / 21:59

    Your own made paper with spots looks great, perfect with this image and the colors of the carrot. Nice stitching too, I’m addicted to stitching on my own cards, you might have noticed, lol.


  2. Larissa 12. March 2016 / 19:29

    Aww this is really cute Imke! Love the vellum and layout.


  3. kathinwesthill 11. March 2016 / 16:47

    your card is adorable Imke…love your polka dot background and how you used vellum to soften it…thank you for joining in the fun this week at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge…Hugs kath xxx


  4. Joanna Moore 11. March 2016 / 1:15

    This is REALLY cute Imke! I love the vellum. I haven’t figured out what to do with MY image. I still have a bit of time.


  5. Cathie C. 8. March 2016 / 20:27

    The stamped dots background is perfect for this card and the bunny is adorable. Thanks for entering it in the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Cathie ❤


  6. Jessica 8. March 2016 / 17:21

    What a sweet card! Love your little bunny and the vellum! Thanks for joining us at Creative Corner Challenges! Jess -DT


  7. karensteele0873 8. March 2016 / 8:24

    This is such a fab Easter card Imke! Love the bunny and how you have used the vellum – it looks really effective being able to see the spots underneath!


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