Finally, I found a bit of free time to do the Paper Pumpkin kit for this month. I'm not exactly sure what I am going to do with all these bunnies because I've already sent the treats to the grands in Iowa. My ladies at the bank are gone as that bank closed, so I'm going to have to think of another place to leave some little bunnies!
Anyway, the little bunny bags were the first thing:
I just stamped the images and tried to add a bit of color to his cheeks - should have just left that alone. The bag is stuffed with kisses, but I'd actually recommend something that fills the bag better. I'm thinking chocolate covered popcorn (ofcourse I am) something that fills out the bag better. Then there were little cards - oh wait! I forgot the hardest part of this fiddly rabbit:
Yes the tail!!! Dear me - I glued this thing on three times - kept forgetting it was there and brushing it off, along with all the glue, and now either the contents have shifted (most likely) or I glued it off center(also likely) considering how many times I had to glue it! Now the cards:
The little cards I will use - as a matter of fact, I will make more of these. However, I always like to pull something out of the hat (sorry - could not resist since we were doing rabbits) that is different:
These are mini moon pies that are covered with circle punches (think these were 2 inch circles) and just added a couple of ovals for feet and the ears that came with the kit. Now it would be easier if you had peppermint patties on hand - because then you would not need to add a "belly band"
I reinforced it at the bottom, as it must stand on that - so figured an extra strip was a good thing - just tricky to get the rabbit to press right up again the moon pie, because the air inside the package makes it puff out somewhere. You don't notice this from the front though. Then ofcourse the back:
This one is a knock you down kind of bright!!! I used a baby wipe with three different colors of inks, bermuda bay, tangerine tango and daffodil delight - stamped the little eggs from the stamp set included in the kid and then swiped all over the place on the background piece and then ran it thru an embossing folder. It is definitely bright!!! Then I used the rabbit ears as eggs:
So there you go - a bit different twist on the paper pumpkin kit for the month> Next month's kit is designed by our CEO Sara Douglas - should be a good one - if you are interested, you must sign up before April 10 in order to get that kit. Anxious to see what she came up with! Have a great week-end and yes - I'll be back tomorrow with some interesting Saturday pictures.