Patch of Paper Bunnies by Audrey Pettit
Epiphany Crafts Square 25 Shape Studio Tool and Square 25 Clear Bubble Caps
Epiphany Crafts Round 14 Shape Studio Tool and Round 14 Bubble Caps
Epiphany Crafts Square 25 Silver Charm Settings
Epiphany Crafts Round 14 Silver Brad Settings
Patterned Paper: My Little Shoebox, WeRMemoryKeepers, My Mind’s Eye
Vintage Clip Art: Crafty Secrets
Dies: Papertrey Ink, Sizzix
Ink: Clearsnap, Stampin’Up
Other: Fabric, String, Polyfill Fiber
If you’re looking for a quick and easy last minute Easter idea, try these sweet paper bunnies. They make a great gift, or a fun home decor project. Add a name tag, and these would look great as place settings on your Easter table. And since they are so fast to put together, you can make a whole patch of paper bunnies in no time.
Download and print the bunny pattern. Using the pattern as a template, trace the bunny onto patterned paper. Cut out paper bunnies. Edge each bunny with brown ink.
Adhere bunnies onto cardstock, leaving enough room for a 1/8″ border. Stack onto a second sheet of cardstock. Stitch around bunnies, leaving the bottom open.
Cut bunnies out, leaving a 1/8″ border of cardstock around each rabbit. You now have a little “pocket” in the bottom of the bunnies. Edge bunnies again with brown ink.
Stuff openings with polyfill fiber. Use a ruler or wooden skewer to help push the stuffing up into the rabbit. Don’t overstuff, as you will end up with creases in your paper. And don’t worry about getting stuffing up into the ears. Stitch bottoms closed.
Now have fun embellishing your paper bunnies with fabric and trim ties, hand-stamped banners, and die cut leaves.
Create custom brads for the center of each bow using the Epiphany Crafts Round 14 Shape Studio Tool and Silver Brad Settings.
Create custom charms to hang from each bow using the Epiphany Crafts Square 25 Shape Studio Tool and Silver Charm Settings.
Hello! It’s Christina here. Easter is just around the corner and this week we are sharing ideas for making quick Easter treats.
For my project I put together these cute treat boxes using my Silhouette Cameo and the Epiphany Crafts Studio Shape Round 14 Tool.
The Silhouette machine was used to quickly cut the pieces for the treat boxes. Once assembled, Epiphany Crafts tools and accessories were used to add finishing touches to the project.
Start by stamping a sentiment on cardstock. Use the Epiphany Crafts Studio Shape Round 14 Tool to punch out the sentiment.
Add the punched circles to the Round 14 Charm Settings and finish with the Round 14 Bubble Caps.
Punch a small hole and add jump rings to the areas where the charms will be used.
Attach the charms and the project is complete. These boxes make great treats to give to your kids on Easter and are quick and easy enough to make for class parties or larger groups as well.
Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Round 14 Tool
Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio Round 14 Bubble Caps
Epiphany Crafts Round 14 Charm Settings
Bunny, Chick, and Carrot Treat Box Studio Files
Recollections White and Black Cardstock
Crafts Etc. Pink, Yellow, and Orange Cardstock
Bazzill Green Cardstock
Papertrey Ink Tea For Two Additions Stamp Set
Red Heart White Crochet Thread
ColorBox Frost White Ink
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Before we go today we’d like to extend a BIG BIG thank you to Designer Audrey Pettit! Today marks her last day with us and we want to let her know just how much we’ve enjoyed having her on the team and all the amazing projects she’s made! Thanks so much Audrey!