As Easter is approaching I wanted to make a decoration for my sofa table, and I saw a darling bunny on CreativeTry-als on Pinterest that sparked an idea, and you know how bunnies are! One leads to another and another.... well,
that's how Miss Decor Bunny was born!
Mine started with the Easter 2010 Cricut Cartridge, which has been modified so it will stand up, then pieces have been popped out, layered, covered and coated with ModPodge.
These flowers are cut from the Flower Shoppe Cartridge, and the paper is K&Co.
Thanks to my friend, Rosemary, for the file for cutting the pieces! I also have a pdf. for cutting with scissors.
This will be my feature piece for my UStream Class Tuesday, March 20th at 8:00 pm eastern time.
I do hope you will be able to join me! Just click on the icon at the upper right corner of the blog and it will take you to the channel. Register and join in the chat!!
(If you can't be there, the class will be recorded, and you can watch at a time that is better for you♥)
1 12x12 chipboard, or double it's equivalent in cereal boxes, etc. so you can layer it.
2 sheets of matching designer paper.
Adhesive for totally securing your paper to the chipboard... can be glue stick, Mod Podge, white glue.
Adhesive for layering chipboard layers. Can be glue gun, White glue, strong double sided tape.
Paint (optional) and distressing ink and sponge applicators for edges.
Scissors or die cutting machine for cutting out chipboard and designer paper.
2 Eyes (I used flat back pearls, but you could also use buttons, etc.)
Flowers or other embellishments for both sides of Miss Bunny.
Ribbon for bow.
Download your MTC patterns here!!
Download your PDF patterns here!!
Download your SVG patterns here!!
Note: You should download the pdf. file even if you do get the mtc. file,
as it has written directions on it.
Where will you be putting your little Decor Bunny?