Today I want to show you how to make a tiny bunny for Easter that’s soooo adorable and takes only minutes to create! Using a die set you probably never would’ve thought about!
Sweet and simple is where it’s at for Easter. With the fresh colours of spring and a huge dose of cuteness no one will be able to resist this fella!
Let’s take a peek.
You might ask, “how tall is this little gaffer?”
He’s barely 5/8″ high yet really is the STAR of this chocolate holder show!
Two dies and an embellishment are all it takes, along with your Paper Snips.
The soft colour underneath is created with a Blending Brush and some Fresh Freesia ink.
How to Make a Tiny Bunny for Easter
This fella was part of a Youtube Live I shared a couple weeks ago. I pulled out just this part since he was such a hit!
Let me show you exactly how quickly you can whip up an adorable bunny!
Click the triangle to see it now!
Now let’s take a closer look at the entire project I made. Here’s where you can see the entire video.
The Pretty Pillowbox Die makes a great little holder, perfectly sized for a Ghiradelli chocolate!
I always enjoy playing with my tools, – dies in this case – to see what else I can do with them! Since I figure you want to know how to get the best value from them too, right?
So here I used some of the accompanying dies to create our tiny bunny.
The greeting is from the Friendly Gnomes stamps which you can also see in this cute spring seed packet gift.
Time to Craft!
How about taking a closer look at your own dies to see if you can make this guy with what you already have at home?
Cuttin’ It Up!
- Thick Basic White – scrap to make a circle about 3/*8″ diameter (I used the Warm Welcome Dies to cut mine)
- Butterfly Kisses DSP – Fresh Freesia scrap
- Opaque Adhesive Backed Gems – one medium one in Fresh Freesia
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This is another version, this time with Blushing Bride DSP and a Pastel Adhesive-Backed Sequin for his tail.
Which Is Your Fave?
I’m curious too. Which colour bunny do you like the best? The pink or purple one?
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Now you know how to make a tiny bunny for Easter that’s quick to put together, now it’s time to make some up to decorate cards, envelopes, and treats for this holiday just around the corner!