Sunday, March 13, 2016

Tic Tac Bunny

This was not my original idea.  I saw a picture that Lynn Starlz had posted on her blog, but Connie Stewart had used another stamp set and these are the measurements she used to make Tic Tac Covers plus I added a bit of my own information. I thought it was so adorable that I had to make one and I hope to make more in time for Easter.

  • Cut Blushing Bride cardstock at 4-5/8" x 3".  Score at 2" on each side.  Use the Bone Folder to crease the scored lines. You could round the corners if you wish.
  • First I placed my approximately 12" of the 3/8" Stitched Satin Ribbon inside so I could tie it later, but that is optional.  Then position Tic Tac on the inside with Tear and Tape on the inside of the back cover. 
  •  Use the 7/8" Scallop Circle Punch first and then the 1-1/2" for his Whisper White body and sponge it with Blushing Bride around the edges.
  • I kind of made a pattern (2" x 3") for the front so I would know the  placement of the 7/8"scallop circle through the Blushing Bride front and used a pencil to draw where to punch so the Tic Tacs would show through.
  • The stamp set is Friends Flowers and I stamped everything with Archival Black ink on Whisper White cardstock.  The set coordinates with the Festive Flower Punch to create the bunny ears and feet and then colored in with a Blushing Bride marker.  For his head, you will need the 1-3/8" Circle Punch. I used a Dauber to brighten his cheeks/
  • Adhere ears to the back of his head with Glue Dots and then attach with Dimensionals as well as his feet.
  • Tie the ribbon on the side (optional)
  • It will make a cute Easter gift for somebody.
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