2 posts categorized "Bunnies"

Bunny Faces With Colorful Accents
by Jyoti Adhikari


Dive into the whimsical world of crafting with me and some of the products from the Scandinavian Spring Release. Today I am featuring the delightful Bunny Faces Craft Die, Nordic Pattern Rings Craft Die and Nordic Lacy Plate Craft Die. 


Layering Bunny Faces:

Using the Bunny Faces Craft die, cut out the bunny faces in two layers - one in white for the fur and the other in pink for the ears. The pink layer peeks through, adding a sweet touch to the bunny's appearance. Carefully color the eye area of the pink layer with a black marker to complete the cute faces.


Colorful Accent Nordic Circle Rings:

Next, take the Nordic Circle Rings die set and cut out three circles. Opt for vibrant colors that will pop against the card's background. These circles will serve as playful accents, enhancing the overall charm of the design. I only used the two inner circles for today's card.


Crafting the Background:

For the background, utilize the Nordic Lacy Plate Craft Die. Layer a shimmering gold cardstock behind it, allowing the gold to shine through the intricate design of the cover plate. This adds an elegant touch to the whimsical theme of the card.


Arranging the Elements:

Now, arrange the three Nordic circle rings in a triangular formation on the background. This arrangement creates visual interest and draws attention to the focal point of the card - the adorable bunny faces. Secure the bunny faces onto the circles, completing the enchanting scene.

Incorporating the Bunny Faces Craft Die, Nordic Pattern Rings Craft die, Nordic Lacy Plate Craft Die and elegant gold layering with colorful accents, this card project captures the essence of whimsy and charm. From the playful bunny faces to the vibrant circles and shimmering background, each element contributes to a delightful creation that is sure to bring smiles to those who receive it. Let your creativity soar with Poppy Stamps dies and stamps, and bring a touch of magic to your crafting endeavors.



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Cuddle Bunny!
by Rachel Duong


Hi crafty friends! It's Rachel here with 3 clean and simple cards using the Poppystamps "Cuddle Bunny" die. I fell in love with this bunny the moment I set my eyes on it-- absolutely sweet and so easy to assemble. 

The "Cuddle Bunny" is five pieces and creates this adorable furry friend. The bunny can be transformed with floppy-ears by trimming them off, turning them upside down, and adhering each ear to the opposite side of the face.


To create my first card, I die cut the "Cuddle Bunny" many times using creme, white, three shades of pink, and grey. I cut small strips of black to insert behind the eyes. I adhered all the pieces together, making one with floppy ears. Next using an A2 size kraft card, I arranged the bunnies and glued them down. 


Then I stamped the sentiment with Versafine black ink from the Poppystamps "Spring Banners" clear stamp and die set. Clear "Fairy Drops" framing the sentiment finish the card. 


There are many more ideas to add to this card--a foiled background, a natural jute twine tied at the top, and patterned paper pieced bunnies. I can't wait to create the later!


My second card is to encourage a special someone. I die cut the "Cuddle Bunny" in white. I used pink for the ears. A black strip is placed behind the eyes. Then I adhered the pieces together.


For the flower embellishment, I used pearl paper from the Memory Box "Vintage Pastel Mirror Pad" and die cut the Poppystamps "Nordic Flourishes" die. (I save the extra pieces). Next I die cut the "Scallop Pinpoint Hearts" die using the Memory Box "Rainbow Reflections Mirror Pad" in shiny red and the Memory Box "Glitzy Glitter Pad" for the heart outline in sparkly red. I hot foiled the sentiment from the "Modest Banners Greeting Hot Foil Plate" set in gold on black paper. I cut out another banner in charcoal grey and trimmed it down to go under the main banner as an accent. 


Finally I adhered it all together onto an A2 charcoal grey cardbase. A true sweetheart!


My last card is my favorite! It's simple but has so much personality. IMG_4511

I created this bunny using handmade paper my daughter made. I love the rough, natural, worn look of it. The paper reminds me of my old stuffed animals! As described above, I turned the bunny into a floppy-earred one by trimming the ears off and adhering them upside down to each opposing side. 


I adhered the bunny to an A2 card front from the Memory Box "Berry Red Collection" paper pad and then to a white card base. Finally, I added a sentiment using the Memory Box "Happy Birthday Foil Greetings Black Tabs" and an Open Studio "Fairy Jewel" in pale pink. 


I have to mention my daughter rescued two Holland Lop bunnies last fall. They are the sweetest and I am delighted to take care of them when my daughter is home from school. With the ears turned down, they look just like my grandbunnies!

Thank you for "hopping" by! I hope you find the Poppystamps "Cuddle Bunny" as irresistible as I do. The sky's the limit. Until next time, have a wonderful day and don't forget to check out the latest Poppystamps release. It is filled with overflowing goodness!

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