Bunny Boxes

Aren’t these the cutest boxes ever!  I don’t know which I like the best – the pink or the blue.  I’m always partial to pink, but I just LOVE the blue baseball hat!

Blue bunnyThe box is actually made with 4 die cut Scallop Envelopes.  The head, face, ears and feet are all punched.  Debbi did Bunny Blue in Bashful Blue and white.  She cut strips of DSP to cover the front and sides.  We debated about the hat and finally turned to Clip Art.  Deb found a hat she liked, sized it, and printed it on cs.  It is actually a white hat that she colored blue.  This box is perfect for hiding candy or little gifts.  We will be hiding a few jelly beans in ours.  Now, let’s look at Bunny Pink.

 

 

 

 

 

Pink bunny

Bunny Pink was our prototype and we learned from her.  First and foremost – you CANNOT bend all 4 Scallop Envelope flaps.  We did on this one causing the head to flop.  We ended up lowering the head in order to provide stability.  If you compare Bunny Pink with her sibling above, you will note that his head is much higher than hers.  We also learned that it is best to score the strips running around the base of the box.  This provides a crisp look.  Deb used the wooden bow maker to fashion the little pink bow.  Isn’t she just toooooooooo cute????

We will have paper out to make a blue, pink, or green bunny box.  In addition, there are several DSP patterns to choose from.  Remember – this is all about choices!  Pink bunny with a pink baseball hat?  Green bunny with a pink bow?  What will you choose? 

We have plenty of Welcome Spring Stamp Camp space for stampers on both Friday and Saturday.  At this time, I am only aware of 5 people attending.  Friday, April 1st, 3 PM – 9 PM and Saturday, April 2nd, 9 AM – 4 PM.  4 projects for just $11.00.  We will be wet embossing, dry embossing, using the Big Shot, learning the faux pressed flower technique, and walking away with the know-how and instructions to reproduce all the projects.  Give me a call if you have any questions – 630-759-3089.  Hope to see you soon. 

Plan now for our May Stamp Camp is Blossoms, Butterflies and Birds” – A stamp camp dedicated to nature.  Friday May 6th, 3 PM – 9 PM and Saturday May 7th, 9 AM to 4 PM

 

Don’t miss out on your FREE PRODUCT for every $50.00 order placed by March 31st.  Give me a call today – 630-759-3089.

 

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