Punch Art Easter Bunny

Punch Art is something I really enjoy doing, as do those who attend my classes. So, for Easter this year, we had some fun creating this cute bunny.

Inspired by Laurie Zoellmer, I made a few alterations to my card and am pleased with the result.

The very first card I made was in Blushing Bride – it turned out to be a beautiful card for the birth of a baby girl. The one pictured here in in Melon Mambo. Why not have a try at making your own with your own colour of choice. The shapes for the bunny were created using the following punches/framelits:

Face: XLarge Oval Punch x1
Feet: Large Oval Punch x2
Small oval framelits (Sizzix set) in DSP x2
Ears: Large Oval Punch x2
Small oval framelits (Sizzix set) x2
Small oval framelits (Sizzix set) in DSP x2
Cheeks: 3/4″ Circle Punch x2
Arms: Modern Label Punch (retired) x1, cut in half
Nose: Heart from the Owl Builder Punch x1
Eyes: 1/8″ Hole Punch x2
Mouth: Itty Bitty Punch Pack circle (retired) x1
Tail: 1 x Itty Bitty Punch Pack flower (retired) x1
Corners of the background were created using the Curvy Corner Trio Punch.

 

Punch Art Bunny (1)
Easter Bunny in Melon Mambo.
Punch Art Bunny (2)
Sentiment from the ‘For Peeps Sake’ stamp set.
Punch Art Bunny (3)
Beautiful corner boarders created with the ‘Curvy Corner Trio Punch’.

Work of Art Easter Egg Card

Easter is a time where I join with many others to remember the death of Jesus Christ on the cross, and to celebrate His resurrection three days later. Seeing the egg as a symbol of new life, I enjoyed creating this card, as inspired by Tami White. Using the stamps and punches that I had on hand, I was able to create my own version of her card. I love the way this card uses the incredibly versatile Work of Art stamp set and colours from the Subtles Inks range. Featured punches are: Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack – flower, Petite Petals Punch, the Bird Builder Punch for the leaves, and the retired Curly Label punch for the sentiment.

The oval frame was created using the Ovals Collection Framelits Dies.

The stamp set.’For Peeps Sake’, is retired.

Colours featured in this card are: