Good Tuesday morning. My project today is a sweet die cut spring bunny scene using the Rubbernecker Stamps Bunnies set paired with the Tulip Tops, Tulip Stems, Deckle Hills, Cloud Trees, Small Birds, Grass #2 and framed with the Rectangle Combo #3. I love the spring colored tulips surrounding the bunny holding his tulip bouquet. I wonder who he is going to give it to.
The Frame and Grass
- Cut the rectangle frame using white cardstock and attach the sections together using double stick tape.
- Cut a deckle hill layer and grass pieces using green cardstock.
- Attach the green layer to the back of the frame.
- Apply strips of mounting tape to the back of the frame and attach to the white card base.
- Tuck the grass pieces in behind the deckle grass layer and attach with glossy accents.
- Cut the tree trunk using Kraft cardstock.
- Cut the cloud tree top pieces using dark green and light green cardstock.
- Tuck the tree trunk in behind the grass and attach with a piece of mounting tape.
- Attach the back cloud tree topper pieces to the card base and frame using pieces of double stick tape.
- Attach the outer cloud tree topper pieces over the base layers using pieces of mounting tape.
- Cut the tulip tops using pink, yellow and purple cardstock.
- Use mini applicators to apply Worn Lipstick ink to the pink tulips, Wild Honey ink to the yellow tulips and Shaded Lilac to the purple tulip tops.
- Gently form the tulip tops using the large round stylus and molding pad.
- Cut the tulip stems using green cardstock.
- Apply glossy accents to the tulip stems and attach the tulip heads.
- Tuck the tulips in behind the grass layers and attach using glossy accents.
The Bunny and Tulip Bouquet
- Cut the bunny using white cardstock.
- Apply a light layer of Antique Linen ink to the whole bunny body using a mini applicator.
- Apply a darker shade of Antique Linen and Vintage Photo ink to the ears and back portion of the bunny using a mini applicator.
- Add a touch of Worn Lipstick to the cheek of the bunny using a mini applicator.
- Attach three tulips together using glossy accents to form the bouquet and attach it to the back paw portion of the bunny using glossy accents.
- Apply a piece of mounting tape to the back of the bunny, tuck him in behind the tulips and attach to the card base.
- Tie a tiny pink bow and attach to the bunny paw using glue dots.
- Finish the scene by attaching two flying birds using tiny pieces of mounting tape.
- Check out my Coloring Animal Tutorial if you would like to see step by step pics of how I colored the bunny.
I hope you have enjoyed seeing my die cut spring bunny scene. I think it is a perfect Easter card appropriate for any age. I love the bunny holding his tulip bouquet. Thanks for coming by and I hope you have a great day.