Easter Bunny Cards

Hello All,

Well it’s another late night Friday Highlight. But what with my three year old son and five month old daughter being so fussy I can’t seem to get an early start. But as a mom I have to roll with the punches.

Well on to today’s Freebie:

Bunny Back Silhouette

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Be sure to save and print this out if you don’t have a cutting machine.

For the egg shape I got it from Birds Card this is a free SVG card but if you don’t have a cut machine you can just save and print. Nothing more fun the paper piecing – http://www.birdscards.com/easter-eggs/

Now for the construction of the cards, all the materials are optional you do not have to run out and buy any of these items. If anything I got a lot of my stuff when they were on sale. If I were you I would just use what you have at home you never know what you can come up with just by trying something unexpected.

Easter Bunny Card

Materials used:

  • (2)  8 ½ x 11 Recollections Spice Market off white card stock
  • (2) 12 x 12different pattern by The Girl Stack from DCWV
  •  Small bag of fluff balls assorted pastel colors
  • Pop Dots foam and gel
  • ATG Gun
  • Color Box Petal Point Pigment Inkpad

Ditto Glimmer Sprays

  • Rust Red
  • Lime Green
  • Dark Green
  • Metal Blue

Hardware and tools

  • Silhouette Cameo
  • Laptop
  • Craft Mat
  • Tape (if mat is un-sticky which mine is)
  • Scissors
  • Bone folder

Silhouette Image– Design ID# 12182 (Boarder Woodland Grass by Samantha Walker) http://www.samanthawalkerdesigns.com/ if you don’t want to buy this image you can Google grass clip art.

Cuts:

  • Recollections Spice Market off white card stock  5 1/2 x 8 1/2
  • Recollections Spice Market off white card stock with Bunny image in the middle 5 x 3 7/8
  • Recollections Spice Market off white card stock with Egg image
  • (2) Different Pattern Paper 5 1/4 x 4
  • Silhouette grass image was cut at 1 1/2


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