Monday, April 18, 2011

My Bunnies Are Haning Out With A Chick

It's A Bunny Hop At Heart 2 Heart

I made some Easter treat baskets for each member of my family. I used the large tuna cans (I recycle cans and jars) and covered with the pear polka dot paper from Sophia. I stamped a bitty flower from the Mayberry stamp set on each polka dot.

To make the bunnies punch a scallop circle for the face. The eyes are 1/2" circle punch(white), 3/8" circle punch(black), 1/2" circle cut in half(blush) for the eye lids. The nose is an upside down heart. Whiskers are waxy flax and ears are petals from a flower. Use chalk for the cheeks. To make the handle cut a 1" X 10" strip of card stock. Cover with BTP and decorate. Attach to the can with brads. I punched a hole on each side of the can with my Crop a Dile. To make the chick punch a scallop circle. Eyes are the same as the bunnies. The wings are 1/4 section of a scallop circle and fan folded. The beak and feet are cut free hand. The top hair of the chick is a punched flower attached to the back of the chick. Use chalk for the cheeks.

CTMH Supplies:

Paper: Sofia, Hooligans

Cardstock: Sunny Yellow, Gypsy, Sunset, Blush, Hollyhock, White Daisy

Ink: Blush, Gypsy, Pear, Sunset, Sunny Yellow

Stamps: Mayberry, Tag the Occasion

Embellishments: Waxy Flax, Big Pinks, brads

Other: Assorted ribbon from the recycle bag, punches, mini safety pins, Easter grass, Candies

Be Sure to Hop Over to Heart 2 Heart and experience the Bunny Hop

14 comments:

ALessner said...

These are really cute and very creative. Great way to recycle!

Jennifer Lee said...

So cute!

Corina said...

OMG Jody! These are so so super cute! You totally ROCK. I'm so glad you joined us for our first ever Bunny Hop!
-Corina
p.s.
Thank you so much for the blog award, I'm trying to catch up and follow the directions. Thanks so so much again!!!

Nikka Geers said...

im not big on punch art but urs is really cute

Deb Fortin said...

these are so cute and a really good way to limit your chocolate intake.lol
great "green" idea.

Pamela O'Connor said...

These are so stinkin' cute! =) You inspire me!!!

Ann said...

Another great way to use the scallop punch! These are just adorable!

Karen Day said...

What an adorable Easter project! Love how you've used the scallop punch - thanks for hopping along with us on H2H this week, Jody!

Jessica said...

Oh my goodness, these are way too cute.

Lorrinda said...

I just knew you'd have something awesome for us this week! You never dissappoint! Thanks for hopping along with us at H2H :)

Creatique Innovationz said...

Judy these are soooo YUMMY adorable! HUGS

Tamra Meservey said...

Love the additional uses with the scallop punch.

Debbie Carriere said...

Jody, these are absolutely adorable!! Wonderful & inspiring project, as always :) Thanks for joining the Bunny Hop at H2H :)

Haley D. said...

So excited to be on the H2H Design Team with you!!!!