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Monday, March 18, 2013

Magnificent Monday, Punch Art Bunny

Magnificent Monday Guest: Barb Wetmore!

Thank you to the Pink Paper Bakers for inviting me to post on their blog!  I have a daughter in college who is working in Florida this semester and with Easter being around the corner, I wanted to send her an Easter card.  Alas, I had no Easter stamps (lots of Christmas and Halloween stamps, but no Easter!).  Fortunately, geometry came to my rescue and I was able to make a bunny out of circles, a collection of Easter eggs out of ovals, and a cute little bunny tail out of the recently released Flower Trim, from the Spring Mini catalog.
 
 
The bunny's ears were also constructed from a circle punch. I punched a 2 1/2" circle out of Very Vanilla card stock; then reinserted the punched circle into the circle punch, and punched only a portion of it.
 
I sponged the edges of the bunny in Crumb Cake, and gave his tail a little sponging too!  I embellished the eggs with an embossing folder and Tea for Two Designer Series Paper and sponged their edges in Crumb Cake as well. 


Ingredients:
  • Paper:
    • Lucky Lime Aid:  Card base 
    • Pretty in Pink:  4" x 5 1/4"
    • Very Vanilla
    • Tea for Two Designer Series Paper
  • Ink: Crumb Cake
  • Tools and accessories:
    • Dimensionals (under the bunny's body and under the Pretty in Pink embossed layer)
    • 2 1/2"circle punch for bunny's body and ears
    • 1 3/4" circle punch for bunny's head
    • Large oval punch for eggs
    • Flower Trim for bunny's tail
    • Vine Street embossing folder
    • Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder (for eggs)
 
Warm regards from a slow-to-get-started-but-now-totally-hooked stamper,

Barb Wetmore
 
Thanks for sharing with us, Barb!
 
 
 
 


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