Friday, March 19, 2010

Bunny Behind card

I thought it would be fun to do an easter card with Peter Cotton tail and showing his fluffy tail from behind.  I finally broke down and used my Parisian DSP which is retired and I wish I had bought much more of it!!!


Stampin Up Punches needed:
body parts punched out of parisian dsp and tail punched out of textured white cardstock
Ornament - body
1 1/4" circle - head
Small oval - ears
Butterfly (cut in half) - feet
Boho Blossoms - tail

Create the fluffy tail by misting the boho blossom pieces with water (I like to use Febreze).  Wad up pieces to wrinkle.  Unfold and let dry.  Glue pieces together (layering one at a time).  Fluff up edges.  Sponge edges of body pieces with chocolate chip ink.



Card layers measurements:
6 x 12 kraft or caramel colored cardstock folded in half for base of card
5 7/8 x 5 7/8 flower print Parisian DSP
2 x 5 7/8 striped DSP
4 1/2 x 3 polka dot DSP
sign die cut with Nestabilities Label #1
Well Scripted stamp set for easter stamp in chocolate chip
kraft taffetta ribbon

12 comments:

Rhonda Miller said...

Oh my goodness, this is so cute. I love the little bunny. Thanks for sharing the deets.

Joan said...

Awesomely cute - I love how you layered the flowers to create his tail!!! I love this paper too.

Linda said...

That is an adorable bunny. Thanks for sharing.
Linda Martin

Sharon Carr said...

This bunny is just so adorable! Thanks for coming up with these awesome ideas!!

Patricia Gessner said...

This bunny is adorable. Thank you for sharing.
Patricia

soka said...

This is so cuUutte ! you do a great job, it's too bad we dont have all punchies in france !
Thanks for th directions.

Jonia said...

I may have to case you on this one. I just love it!

Alex said...

How adorable! Love this idea for an Easter card :)

Thanks for sharing,

Alex from England x

Donna said...

Just love this idea and I just ordered a bunch of your other ideas, just love it.. Always wondered what else I could do with my punches and I sure don't know how you have time to come up with them. You must not sleep! LOL Thanks again for all the ideas!

Candy said...

Cute as a button! Love it :o)
Hugs, Candy

Anonymous said...

I love bunnies on Easter cards and this is the cutest. TFS

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Thank you for sharing how to make this adorable bunny! When I make mine, I will happily link back to you :) Happy Valentine's Day!

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