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Easter is all about pastel colors, sweet treats, and precious little bunny ears.  We just had to whip out this cute punch and make up a few fun, mini note cards for the holiday.

Bunny Ears Note Cards:

  • Create 3″ x 3″ card base in pastel colored cardstock and round corners
  • Punch Bunny ears on CSS White, color in with Copic Markers {R00, R02}, and pop on bottom right corner
  • Stamp sentiment in CSS Black ink under bunny ears

*Stamp set used: Best Bunnies

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How-To Color Bunny Ears:

This is a very simple project that literally takes just under a minute to color and assemble.  Perfect for mass production or a quick card when you are in a pinch.  Here are the steps to add the touches of pink to your bunny ears punch.

{Step 1}

Color inside of ear with
a light pink marker.
Here we used R00.

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{Step 2}

Add depth by coloring in with
a darker shade of the pink color.
Here we used R02

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{Step 3}

Go back over the inner ear with
the lighter R00 to
blend the two colors.

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{Step 4}

Add mini pop dots on
the back side and
adhere to card base.

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Bunny Ears Gallery

7 replies
  1. CJ Max
    CJ Max says:

    I was wondering about this punch when I saw it……wish now I would have bought it.
    Just adorable……!!!! Great cards!!!!

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  2. Penny Hall
    Penny Hall says:

    These are so adorable! I grabbed this punch as soon as I saw it because I thought it was so cute…(not knowing what to do with it) I love what you have done with it. I think I will make easter cards for my ds and dd like this. I have a stamp that says “somebunny loves you” and another that says “for some-bunny special” that will go perfect with it. Thank you for the inspiration! 🙂

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  3. Penny Hall
    Penny Hall says:

    I just read the post about the Heirloom Productions Festival. I live not too far from there and am thinking about going. If I do get a chance to go, I’ll have to look for your booth. 🙂

    Reply

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