Saturday, February 13, 2016

Fry Box Bunny


Saw this Fry Box Bunny made up by "Penny627" on SCS. Too cute not to make one myself. Supplies used:

Fry Box die
Hardwood background stamp
1 1/2" circle punch (bunny body)
7/8" scalloped circle punch (tail)
1 3/4" x 7/8" oval punch (two feet)
5/8" circle punch (large pink circles on feet)
1/4" circle punch (three bunny toes)
Small flower punch for flowers
Vine punch for vine with leaves
Crystals for flower centers
Glue dots
Red sticky tape
Sponge
Inks
MISTI tool

To begin with I cut out the Fry Box die. Using a hardwood background stamp I stamped my fry box piece--the front and back and the inside back piece you can see from the front of your fry box. Here is a photo of the back of this stamped fry box:


With your fry box cut out and stamped used red sticky tape on the two front sides and put the fry box together. Punch out your two vine/leaves pieces and put them on the holder using micro mini glue dots. Punch out four flowers and put them on the fry box using glue dots. Add crystals to the center of the flowers for some sparkle:



For the bunny punch out your pieces and sponge all the edges using a light brown or gray ink but do not sponge the scalloped circle piece for the bunny tail. Put all the bunny pieces together using glue dots. I put my bunny on the fry box using two large glue dots on the bunny body only. The feet are stuck to the bunny but not to the fry box.

Using a small clear bag from the candy aisle at the craft store I put small candies in that and tied it closed with a ribbon bow. Filled the fry box with coloured paper shred from the dollar store and put the bag of candies inside.  Cute holiday holder and free standing so another nice table marker. Thanks to "Penny627" for sharing her idea for this Easter treat holder. TFL and YOLO

1 comment:

Brenda said...

This is adorable Candee! Hugs, Brenda