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Easter Greetings

March 23, 2017

Hi friends, it’s Sandy Diller here today.  Have you ever had an idea that you just couldn’t let go of until you’ve made it?  Well, that’s my project today.  I issued a challenge to myself to make an Easter Bunny from Elizabeth Craft Designs dies in my collection that does not include a bunny.  I’ve used lots of different shapes – hope you enjoy my “self-challenge.”  If you decide to try it, I’d love to hear from you.

Here’s what I did.


  1. Using Stitched Ovals, cut one for base of bunny.
  2. Using Dotted Scallop Oval, cut 4.
  3. Using Stitched Circles, cut one for head.
  4. Using Oval Pull Card, cut 2 circles for cheeks.
  5. Using small oval from the Accordion Oval, cut 2 pink for inner ear, 2 patterned for feet, 1 pink for tummy. 7 white for ears, arms and feet.

     Note: 2 larger ovals are shown on the far right were cut but ended up not being used.

     This is a large bunny because a very large tag was used. The bunny can be any size depending on the ovals used.

6.  Using the All Seasons Tree,  cut top of tree and several flowers.

7.  Using Dancing Butterflies, cut 2 butterflies.

8.  Using Easter Egg, cut a few Easter eggs.

9.  Using the Dandelion Fluff, cut 2.

10.  Print out Happy Easter on computer and cut using a tag from the Tag Pivot Card.

11.  Using various die sets, cut several clouds and small flowers.

12.  Begin by layering ovals for body.  Craft foam was used between the first 2 layers to give dimension.

13.  After building the ears, glue to circle for head.

14.  Attach to body.

15.  Finish ears by adding one piece to make ear appear to be flopped over.

16.  Add circles for cheeks using foam or foam tape.

17.  Assemble feet and add toes. (Shown: Nuvo Crystal Drops for the toes.)

18.  Paint a large tag with acrylic paint.

19.  Using Outdoor Edges and craft foam or cardstock, cut strips of grass and hills.  Add to bottom of tag.

20.  Add layers of foam to make bunny level with grass.

21.  Cut bottom of bunny off. (optional)

22.  Add eyes.  (Backing for eyes was punched using a .75 ” punch.)

23.  Add nose. A pompom was shown in photo above but later changed to a button, attached with hot glue.

24.  Place bunny on top of first 2 layers of grass/hills and then add the final 2 layers on top of bunny.

Now for the fun part:

25.  Add top layer to Easter eggs then add all other embellishments.

Happy Easter,


Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies Used:

Dotted Scallop Oval

Stitched Circles

Stitched Ovals

Easter Eggs

Oval Pull Card

Accordion Oval

Dandelion Fluff

Dancing Butterflies

Outdoor Edges

All Seasons Tree

Tag Pivot

Soft Finish Cardstock


Other Supplies Used:

Wiggly Eyes

Nuvo Crystal Drops


Etcetera Tag

Pink and Black Cardstock


Blue Acrylic Paint




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  • Sherry Norte March 31, 2017 at 6:57 am

    Cute idea. Liked the creativity.

  • Patricia Howarth March 25, 2017 at 2:55 pm

    Hi Sandy, This card is fantastic !! this bunny is fabulous, thank you for the brilliant tutorial.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

  • Kathleen Adams March 23, 2017 at 10:20 pm

    Very cute and brilliant!

  • Diane Lynne C. March 23, 2017 at 10:16 pm

    A lot of die cutting work but oh the result is worth it. Just so cute.

  • Kirsty Vittetoe March 23, 2017 at 9:41 pm

    Aww… so adorable!

  • Jeanette Fortin March 23, 2017 at 4:27 pm

    love it so will my grand kids and great grandson thanks

  • Jeanette Fortin March 23, 2017 at 4:25 pm

    love it, my grand kids will love it and great grandson so cute

  • Raquel Mason March 23, 2017 at 2:30 pm

    Very cute Sandy! You conquered it.

  • Karen Aicken March 23, 2017 at 10:12 am

    So creative and clever – love it!

  • Mary March 23, 2017 at 9:30 am

    Well now, isn’t that just about the cutest thing!!

  • Teri Johnston March 23, 2017 at 9:12 am

    Absolutely adorable!

  • Jeannie Huff March 23, 2017 at 8:49 am

    Cute. I love punch art cards. maybe because it isn’t easy for me to think of. Great work.

  • Jeannie Huff March 23, 2017 at 8:47 am

    Cute. I love punch art cards, maybe because it isn’t something that is easy for me. Great work.

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