For the title I used my Gypsy to weld "my first" and "bunny" from the All Mixed Up Cricut cartridge. After cutting, I inked the edges of the word (and all of the mats as well) with Dew Drop chalk ink in Gingerbread. Then I used a white gel pen to add some faux stitching. So CUTE!
For the word "chocolate" I used my Gypsy to weld the letters from the Batman Cricut cartridge (even if you aren't into Batman, this font is fabulous and makes the cartridge well worth it!). After cutting it out, I thought it needed a little something extra so I used a Sakura clear Glaze pen to trace around the edges of the letters ( I also did this for the chocolate bunnies on the page). It makes the chocolate look more chocolaty, I think. LOL
The color is kind of off in this particular photo, but you can really see how the glaze pen makes a shiny embossed look on the lettering. LOVE IT!!!
This coloring in this photo is more true to life...I'm still learning how to work my DSLR camera :)
This border was made using a Martha Stewart Drippy Goo edge punch and then I traced all the little goo drips with the glaze pen.
Now, most of you are probably thinking I used the Easter 2010 cartridge to create my chocolate bunnies on this page...but I didn't! I still want that cart, but it's just not in my budget right now -so I improvised. I noticed there is a bunny shape on the Gypsy Wanderings cartridge. Well, it didn't have the cool half eaten bunny ear look, so what I did was drop a scalloped circle from Mini Monograms onto the ear using my Gypsy. Just make sure you don't weld it. (Yet another reason YOU NEED a Gypsy!) I think that is a great way to make something look like a bite has been taken out of it.