I just had to get one more punch art in for Easter.
I saw one like it on our Demonstrator website, Stampin' Connection made by Judy Lynn, and knew you would want to see how it's done. Then once I made one, I had to create a smaller version. The supplies include quite a few punches of course!
- face - largest smooth Heart Framelit
- cheeks - 1 3/4" circle punch
- tongue - 1/2" circle
- nose - 1" circle
- eyes - 3/4" circle
- ears - Blossom petals builder
- bow - Black dotted scallop ribbon
- face - second largest smooth heart Framelit
- cheeks - 1 3/8" circle punch
- tongue - Itty Bitty punch pack circle
- nose - 3/4" circle
- eyes - 1/2" circle
- ears - Blossom punch (Occasions mini) & Blossom Petals Builder
- bow - 1/4" pink grosgrain ribbon
I did also use a black marker to add the whiskers and dots plus a Signo white gel pen for the eyes. Sponges for the cheeks and nose plus dimensionals under the cheeks and nose too.
Here's how you make the baskets:
Here is how I made the basket for the larger bunny. I started with a 7 1/4" square of Pretty in Pink card stock. I scored it 1 3/4" from all edges and cut up to that scoreline to create the tabs. In hindsight I might change the box size to 7 1/4" X 6" to create a rectangle box instead of a square. You could easily jazz up the edges of this basket with border punches or ribbon.
For the handle on this box I cut a narrow strip of Pink card stock and adhered a length of our 1/2" Pretty in Pink Scallop Dots ribbon to it. The Lace Ribbon Border punch would also be fabulous for the handle.
Thanks for stopping in for today's Punch Art.