Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Bunny Hop Holder #3


Different take on a chocolate bunny --- no calories, but is fuzzy.... Used brown flocked card stock for my bunny and added a white flocked card stock for the tail.

Supplies:

Sizzix/SU Two Tags die (cut 2 of pink)
MFT Easter Elements and Embellished Eggs for the eggs
SU Bitty Banner dies (greeting tag)
SU Trio Flower punch (bunny tail)
SU Blossom Builders punch (cut 2 of small leaf for ears)
3/4" circle punch (cut 1 for bunny head)
3/4" x 15/16" SU oval punch (cut one for bunny bottom)
Flocked brown card stock (Joanns)
Flocked white card stock (Hobby Lobby)
Green checked card stock (Hobby Lobby)
Pop dots
Glue dots
Red sticky tape

To begin cut two pink tags from your die. Using a piece of matching pink card stock cut it 4 1/2" x 3 1/8" and I scored this at 1" on all four sides -- I scored it as I kept turning it until all sides were scored. Using scissors clip your ends so you can form your box:



Use glue dots to keep the ends closed. Using red sticky tape put tape on the bottom side of one of your tag pieces. Then tape this on top of the other tag bottom half and that will be the holder. Using red sticky tape on the bottom of your box/insert center this over the taped bottom of your tag pieces.

For the bunny punch out your pieces from your flocked card stock. If you should have trouble punching your pieces out using the flocked card stock then try punching it from the backside as that may work better.  I put the bunny pieces together using glue dots and used those to add the eggs to the front as well.

Used a piece of scrap checked card stock from Hobby Lobby for the green paper and for the greeting stamped it with the stamp and cut it out with the Cuttlebug and the Bitty Banner die set. Added the bunny to the front with pop dots.  Ribbons from the stash and tied them in a knot.  Will add paper shred from the dollar store and candies for the treats. These tag holders would be good for the table setting on Easter or for favors at the office or kids class at school.  These holders/bunnies, and such were all made with scraps from my new scrap system that was done by Tonya Gibbs and the Iris plastic storage box with photo keeper boxes inside. WORKS GREAT and I HIGHLY recommend this system. I have used it every day since I started it for me. Thanks Tonya for sharing it ---



Quick treat holders to put together and the flocked bunny adds another texture to the treat holder front.  TFL and YOLO

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