I am sure you have heard the saying, "Multiplying like rabbits". Well, it is certainly true. Rabbits do have a tendency to multiply, especially this week in my Stampin' Studio. I was happily cruising through Pinterest when I came across the cutest rabbits created by Pamela Staples. They were screaming PIN ME! Suddenly I was collecting rabbits and they were quickly multiplying. You can see my collection HERE. Eventually I stopped collecting and started creating. All told I ended up with a dozen adorable rabbits. Here are three that hung around long enough to get their picture taken.
You too can invite Peter to visit.
To make a PINK rabbit you will need:
Big Shot (113439)
Top Note Die (113463)
Oval Framelits Dies (129381)
Hearts Framelits Dies (125599)
Small heart punch (117193)
1" circle punch (119868)
1 3/8" circle punch (119860)
1 3/4" scallop punch (119854)
1 1/4" scallop punch (127811)
7/8" scallop punch (118309)
Crumb Cake stamp pad (126975)
Rose Red stamp pad (126954)
2 Daubers (102892)
White Pen (105021)
Anywhere Glue Stick (104045)
Early Espresso marker (119789)
1 Sheet of Whisper White (WW) cardstock (100730)
1 scrap of DSP Paper approx. 6" x 3"
1 scrap of black card stock approx. 1 1/2" x 2 1/2" (121045)
8" of ribbon
Cut two 5 1/2"x 4 1/4" cards from WW cardstock
Layer the cards and run them through the Big Shot using the Top Note Die (back and front of bunny)
Die cut six ovals 2"x2 5/8"from WW cardstock (4 for ears and 2 for feet)
Die cut two ovals 1 1/4" x 2 1/8" ovals from DSP paper (inside ear)
Die cut one 1" heart from DSP paper (nose)
Punch two 1 3/8" circles from WW cardstock (cheeks)
Punch two 1 1/4" circles from DSP paper (feet pads)
Punch six small hearts from DSP paper (feet pads)
Punch two 1" circles from black card stock (eyes)
Punch one 1 3/4" scallop punch (tail)
Punch one 1 1/4" scallop punch (tail)
Punch one 7/8" scallop punch (tail)
Daub Crumb Cake around ALL WW cardstock pieces
Daub Rose Red around ALL DSP paper pieces
Draw highlights in black eyes with white pen.
Draw whiskers on cheeks
Assemble by looking at the above photos.
Note: I created a box to go between the bunny front and back. It is the perfect size for a small treat. If you would like the pattern to the box, leave a comment at the bottom of this post with your email address and I will send you a pdf of the box template.