By Guest Blogger Diane, from the blog Charmingly Creative.
Here is a quick and easy Punch Art Bunny to make for Easter. I made this hippity hoppity bunny for an Easter card using various sizes of heart and oval paper punches. I have included an example of a card where I used the Bunny as the focal point.
What you’ll need:
- EK Success Paper Shapers 1″ Scallop Circle punch
- EK Success Paper Shapers ¾” X 1½” Oval punch
- EK Success Paper Shapers 1.25″ x 2″ Oval punch
- Fiskars XL Heart punch
- EK Paper Shapers Punch Medium Circle 3/4″
- Fiskars ¼” Circle punch
- Pink, Dark Brown and Tan cardstock
- Darice 10mm Wiggly eyes
- Self-healing cutting mat
- Art Institute clear Glitter glue and/or Glue Dots
Punch the following from:
Dark Brown Cardstock
- Two ¾” Circles
To assembly glue Pink ¾” X 1½” Ovals slightly below brown ones for ears. Glue small Pink ovals to bottom of each foot and then glue three ¼” Circles to top of each foot. To create the Bunny head flip Heart upside down so the pointy end is facing the top and then glue Tan circles slightly overlapping each other on lower part of Heart and glue small Pink Heart in center for nose then attach eyes. Glue ears behind head.
To create body take second Heart right side up and glue head on top. Then trim 1″ Scallop Circle in half placing halves together and rounding the cut edge with scissors trimming off a little of the scallop to create two small hands, glue to body near bottom of head. To complete Bunny attach feet on either side.
I have included an example of a card where I used the Bunny as the focal point.