We are less than 2 weeks until Easter and it is snowing in Wisconsin. While it isn't unusual for snow in March, I'm ready for it to be warm. There are many signs that spring is on the way. I heard that a robin was seen not too far from here and there are many brand new baby lambs in the pasture down in the valley and my daughter started softball practice last week.
Yesterday, I made chocolate funny bunnies for my Hostess Club. They are made out of a 2-4-6 box with a flap for the face.
Here you can see him from the side. He is just squeeeeezed shut and closed w/ a piece of velcro under the flap. He is 4" tall so you can fit candy inside him. :)
I added a little curve to his ears and some whiskers--there's also a little white tail in the back made from a scallop circle punch. No bunny can be without a tail.
Here's some directions for this little guy.
Start with a piece of 8 1/2 x 8 1/2 piece of cardstock. Score it a 2", 4" 6" and 8".
Turn your sheet and score at 2" and again at 6".
Here's how to make your box to make the bottom and the flap.
Here he is all ready for Easter!
Cardstock: Chocolate Chip, Whisper White, Basic Black
Punches: XL and Large ovals, 1", 1/2", 3/4" and 1 3/4" circles, scallop circle, small heart punch, heart to heart punch (retired) or heart collection framelits, word window
Accessories: snail, dimensions, signo white pen, Basic Black marker, sticky strip, velcro
If you would like to order any of the supplies or get more information from me, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.