The Easter Bunny has arrived
Happy Easter to you all, hope you are having a lovely weekend spending time with your family and friends. I’m off to spend the day with my girls, grandchildren and my parents, can’t wait.
I made these cute little Easter Boxes for my grandchildren after I saw one on the internet and although there were no instructions it seemed simple enough.
I started by cutting my A4 card in half and then scoring at 2, 4, 6 and 8″ across the width. I scored at 1-1/2″ and 3-1/2″ down the length. I cut away most of the top section of the card, leaving one long piece which I punched using the Scallop Tag Topper Punch. You can download a rough drawing to help you here.
I created four of these using Melon Mambo card and two using Marina Mist. I embossed squares of Whisper White card using the Perfect Polka Dot Embossing Folder and attached them to the outside of the lower section of the box. I punched a piece of Whisper White card using the Scallop Tag Topper Punch and embossed it using the same folder to decorate the section at the back. I used the Fringe Scissors on pieces of Old Olive card to create grass and attached it to each of the lower sections of the box. My Digital Studio came to the rescue to create my Chocolate Bunnies. I simply coloured them Chocolate Chip and printed them out. I cut out the bunnies and attached them to the front panel behind the grass. I punched Marina Mist, Daffodil Delight and Melon Mambo card, embossed them using various embossing folders and added them to the side panels, behind the grass to look like easter eggs. I used My Digital Studio again to create the greetings (All Holidays Stamp Brush Set Digital Download) which I printed in Chocolate Chip, punched using the Large Oval Punch and then attached them to Scalloped Ovals. I used the Fringe Scissors on some scrap Old Olive card to create a little shredded card for my eggs to sit.
Unfortunately, the large egg is a little big for the box, not that the children will mind!
Bye for now,