Friday, July 17, 2015

Easter Bunny Fun!

Happy Tuesday!

Nothing says "a Friday in July" quite like an Easter project *lol*.  Ya, ya … I should have posted this in March … just think of it as being ahead for next year!

I can't take any credit for these little cuties.  I found them all over Pinterest … but my main CASE came from fellow demonstrator Dee Slater ...
So.  Stinkin'  Cute!

Dee was kind enough to post very specific instructions, materials and method to make these little gems. Figured I'd CASE that too rather than re-invent the wheel!  Thanks you so much, Dee, for sharing your project and instructions!  The girls and I made about 10 of these for grandmas and friends for Easter.  I really should hold a class next year.  SO cute!

It uses Stampin' UP!'s Fry Box Bigz Die 132966 and a little punch art for the face. 2013-2015 In Colors Backgrounds Designer Series Paper Stacks 1310136 used to make the box. The stack comes with 40 sheets - 4 each of double-sided designs in 5 colors. Baked Brown Sugar used in our example!

Bunny Fry Box

The Fry Box assembles so quickly! It stands ~3-3/4" tall (back) and is ~ 1-1/4" wide. It's smaller than a fast food fry box - more petite and a great gift-giving size!

Bunny Fry Box Side ViewThe Designer Paper is light weight so you'll want to be careful not to overload. If you need a sturdy treat container, sub out the designer paper for card stock :)


Ears - Extra Large Oval 119859, Large Oval 119855
Eyes - 3/4" Circle 120906, 1/2" Circle 119869
Cheeks/Mussel - 1" Circle Punch, Heart from Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack 133787

Other Materials:

White Bakers Twine 124262
Stampin' Write Black Marker 100082
Strawberry Slush Ink Pad 131178
Sponge Dauber 133773
Multipurpose Liquid Glue 110755 (Tombo)
Stampin' Dimensional 104430

General Instructions:

Punch face and ear parts. Ink around edges with sponge dauber and Strawberry Slush.
Make 3 dots on 1" circle and use top of dauber to make pink on cheeks.
Adhere bakers twine to back of cheek circles.
Assemble as shown using dimensionals (foam dots) to pop up the cheeks.

FINALLY a cold, miserably, rainy day in Edmonton.  I'm in the middle of purging / rearranging our Bonus Room.  PERFECT day to make some progress … and maybe a *little* time for crafting!  Whatever you get up to today I hope you have a stampy day!


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