Happy Easter my stamper friends. I hope you are able to enjoy your quarantined Easter. Today I’m sharing this adorable punch art bunny that I made at a demonstrator event in Boise a few months ago.

Stampin' Up! Punch Art bunny on acetate box by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations

This cute bunny basket is made using Stampin’ Up! cardstock, punches, ink and our clear tiny treat boxes (2″ x 2″ cube). The base shape and ears are punched from Smoky Slate CS using the scallop heart punch and sponged with Smoky Slate ink. For the ears, I used Blushing Bride CS to punch out a heart, sponged the edges with Blushing Bride ink and attached this to one of the scalloped hearts. These two hearts for the ears were then cut down the middle.

Stampin' Up! Punch Art bunny on acetate box by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations

The base of the punch art face is one of the scalloped hearts upside down with the two halves of the hearts with the pink inside adhered to the top. The second half of the heart (for the ears) is flipped upside down and attached to the other half and a little bit was snipped off. (This view is from from behind – I hope then this makes sense).

Stampin' Up! Punch Art bunny on acetate box by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations

The cheeks are a 1-1/8″ scallop circle punched out of Smoky Slate with Smoky Slate ink. The recently retired heart punch (from the Every Season Punch Pack) and Blushing Bride CS sponged with Blushing Bride ink make this adorable nose and his tongue. The eyes were made using 1/2″ and 1/4″ circle punches with a white chalk marker used to highlight them. The bunny face and a 1/2″ x 8″ strip (for the handle) were attached to the tiny treat box. A little bit of paper Easter grass completes the look.

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