Monday, February 29, 2016

Fry Box Bunny Easter treat basket

This will be one of my class project.  At Easter, I always like to make a treat holder with a treat in it.  I haven't purchased the treats yet, but I have made the Easter basket.

  • one fry box was die cut using Hello Honey cardstock; another was die cut using the Flowering Fields DSP.  The two were adhered together.
  • After burnishing the fold lines, the fry box was adhered together using strong tape.
  • Large Oval Punch - 2 punchies in Hello Honey
  • Medium Oval Punch - 2 punchies using the Flowering Fields DSP
Adhere the two sizes of oval punchies together  to form the two ears.  Then glue them to the back of the Fry Box.

  • 1" circle punch in Whisper white for the cheeks  - punch 2.  Daub some Pink Pirouette ink on each to emulate some blush.
  • Eyes:  3/4" circle punch - punch 2 in Whisper White; 1/2" circle punch - punch 2 in Basic black for the pupils.  Adhere black circles to 1/2" white circles to form eyes.  Glue them to the top of the front of the basket close together. Highlight the eyes using a white gel pen.
  • Place a couple of dimensionals on the back of each 1" circle and stick 3 pieces of Baker's twine to each.  Glue these circles under the eyes to form the cheeks and whiskers.
  • Heart punch from the itty bitty accessory pack - punch 1 in Real Red.  Turn it upside down and glue it for the nose.
Using the small nib end of a basic black marker, draw 3 circles on each cheek.

Fill basket with grass and treats. 

In summary, supplies used were as follows:
1.  Fry box die
2.  1" circle punch
3. 3/4" circle punch
4. 1/2" circle punch
5. Large oval punch
6. Medium oval punch
7. White Baker's twine

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