Punch art bunnies for a Happy Easter …

Look what we made in cake class for Easter … how cute!

The chocolate icing tastes like pure chocolate, and the smell is just delicious!  You can imagine what the classroom was like – now I know what the children who entered the Willy Wonka factory experienced!


I can’t wait to make some more bunnies – I just love this cake decorating! 

I saw the cutest punch art bunny on Pinterest recently and followed the tutorial to make bunnies for some Easter cards.  I was too late to enter the colour challenge over on the ColourQ website, but I just loved the colours for last week’s challenge – all bright and beautiful and so perfect for Easter! 

I added another colour – pumpkin pie – and made a card from coloured cardstock…

… and some more with polka dot designer series paper…

So no stamping this time, just a little sponging, paper piecing and loads of fun making them …

And I did resist the temptation to put “Hoppy Easter”… which is really good for me! 


All papercraft supplies from Stampin’ Up!

Card recipe: cardstock: chocolate chip, whisper white, pretty in pink, tempting turquoise, certainly celery, pumpkin pie, daffodil delight, regal rose; punches: extra large, large oval, small oval, 1/2” circle; inks: bashful blue, pretty in pink; accessories: blossom party die, cropadile, timeless type junior alphabet dies, chocolate chip stampin write marker pen, stampin dimensionals.

Thanks for dropping by today



One Comment to “Punch art bunnies for a Happy Easter …”

  1. Your card bunnies are so cute Gill but your chocolate one is a masterpiece – love it!!!
    Margaret x

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