I made these super cute Easter Bunnies with punches. I had a craft sale last weekend and these were one of the items that I was selling - I got a lot of compliments on how stinkin' cute they were!
I'll sum up the punches and framelits I used in case you wanted to make some for yourself. All supplies are from Stampin' Up! For the legs I used the 1/8" Cello Bags and filled them with jelly beans, but you could use Smarties, M&M's, or any other small candy that will fit in the bags.
I used the Oval Framelits to make the bunny body. I cut the largest (scallop) oval and cut it in half, the 3 largest for the bunnies face (I cut 2). I cut two to use on the back to cover the glue on the back of the bags (legs). Both were cut with Crumb Cake cardstock - I made some with Whisper White also.
Now for the punches:
4-Extra large oval punches for the bunnies ears and feet (Crumb Cake)
2-Large oval punches for the inside of the ears (Primrose Petals)
2-1 1/4" Circles punches (Crumb Cake) -and add some whiskers with a Black Stampin' Write Marker.
1-Small heart punch for the nose (Primrose Petals)
2-3/4" Circle punches for the eyes (Whisper White)
2-1/2" Circle punches for the Iris of the eyes (Baked Brown Sugar) -you can use any colour you like.
2-1/4" Circles from Itty Bitty Shapes punch pack for the eye pupils (Basic Black); 6 for toe pads on feet (Primrose Petals).
2-1" Circle punches for feet (Primrose Petals)
1-Word Window punch for lips (Primrose Petals) -I cut it in half and just had a tiny bit showing.
1-Petite Petals punch for flower (Crushed Curry ink on Whisper White) -you can use any colour.
Use a glue gun to attach the 1/8" cello bags to the Largest Oval Framelit (cut in half) - add more glue to the back and add the other half to secure the legs in place. I added a dimensional to the top to secure the upper part of the diecut. Then I added the 3rd largest Oval Framelit to the back to make it all tidy on the back. I used a glue gun to attach the feet also - you can add a white pompom to the back for a tail if you want. I hope you like these adorable bunnies, they are super cute and easy to re-create. You can also adjust to use punches that you already have. I will be giving some of these out at my class in April - so hopefully my class attendees will like them!
Here is another one I made, but in white! It's the same process and materials, I just used the second largest oval framelit for the body!!
Have a great day, bundle up and stay warm :)
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