Friday, March 23, 2012

Punch Art Easter Bunny

This Punch Art Easter Bunny is one of the cards we are doing this weekend at the Easter Stamp Camp.  Are you registered?  If not you can RSVP HERE

Easy enough for beginners! When I do a Stamp Camp I need cards that are not too hard. A beginner should be able to listen to a few instructions and then figure it out based on the supplies and the sample. This guy is really just that easy.

If he looks familiar its because I was CASEing a similar card with a punch art snowman.

The fence was stamped with the Wood Grain background stamp. The "grass" is the Lucky Limeade Ruffled Ribbon. The sentiment is from a wonderful set called Teeny Tiny Wishes and it was punched with the Word Window Punch and layered on top a piece punched with the Modern Label Punch.

The Carrot was punched with the Scallop Circle Punch and then snipped with scissors to make the point. The carrot leaves are the 1/8" Taffeta Ribbon in Old Olive.

The Bunny's head is the Ornament Punch
The ears are the Large Oval punch and the pink is from the Build-a-Blossom Punch
The cheeks and paws are a 3/4" circle punch enhanced with a black marker
The nose is a 1/8" circle punch.

Remember that Stampin'UP! markers have 2 ends: a brush end and a fine tip end. The fine tip did a "fine" job making the paws and whiskers. You can see that I did sponge a little Pink ink around the cheeks. This helps give it some definition against the white face.

Do you like making punch art? If you are coming this weekend you'll get to make this little cutie.  And if not he's pretty easy to make if you have the right punches. You could try a large oval punch if you don't have the ornament punch.  And if you need any supplies to make him or any other stamping project you can find it at my on-line store. Shop 24/7 HERE.

"Hoppy" Stamping

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