Bunny Butt Design from PPBN – http://www.ppbndesigns.com/products/wheres-my-basket-scrapbook-page-kit.html
As Cute As… Font – http://www.dafont.com/search.php?q=as+cute+as
The Bunny feet on the sentiment are from the pattern from the Bunny Butt – I converted them to a png using Adobe Illustrator then inserted them into InDesign where I created my card insert.
1. 3 Stampin Up punches – 2 1/2″ Circle, 1 3/4″ x 7/8″ Oval, Scallop Oval (about same size)
2. Gray, Pink, White, Brown and Black Cardstock
3. Tree Bark Embossing folder
4. Foam and adhesive
5. Brown Ink Pad
6. Score board, craft knife
7. Computer / Printer
8. Font and File (listed above)
Cute 2 pieces of brown cardstock – 5.25″x 4″ Run one of the pieces through with the Tree Bark Embossing Folder (Leave the other one smooth)
Ink the Cardstock with a darker brown ink pad to make the lines stand out – also ink the edges.
Bunny Card – This is a pdf that will allow you to print the sentiment and the Hoppy Easter for the front of the card.
Once they are printed out, punch the Hoppy Easter with the small oval punch, then punch a dark pink scalloped oval for behind it.
Cut out the inside sentiment to measure 3 3/4″ x 5″ – Once I cute the 8 1/2 x 11 in half then half again I had to cute 1/2″ from the top of the sentiment and then 1/4″ from the other two sides – in the picture below I measured over 4″ then cut the 1/4″ from the outside (leaving the remaining piece larger than half.
Using the 2 1/2″ Circle punch – Punch out a circle from the brown tree piece. Then take a 3″ x 3″ piece of black cardstock and glue it behind the circle so that it looks like the tree is hollow.
Cut a piece of White Cardstock (as your base) at 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″ – Score at 4 1/4″ on the 5 1/2″ side.
Glue the backgrounds and sentiment to the base of the card.
Using your cutting machine, cut out the Bunny Butt (link above). You can see actual piece sizes in photo. Bunny Butt should be about 2″ wide (not including the legs).
Cut the Bunny pieces and put some foam behind it.
Place Bunny so he looks like he is climbing into the whole – then place the sentiment underneath.