Hello all, Jackie here. Today I have been playing with one of Joset’s brand new die sets the bunny and isn’t he adorable!
I think the tiny dies that come with die sets are often overlooked and can be used in lots of ways that perhaps they were not intended. Here I have used the carrot to create a fun colorful background that is super easy to do.
Start by die cutting and building up the bunny as normal. I chose to make my bunny white and inked around the edges for added dimension using Distress oxide antiqued linen.
Die cut a handful of carrots and add a little orange and green ink to the edges then glue all the carrot tops in place.
Arrange the carrots on the front of a white card panel measuring 4″ x 5.25″. Glue each carrot in place, then trim off any that hang over the edges.
Die cut the bonjour fold out from Sidekick Essentials 14. Cut the back off as we only need the front part. Attach a piece of vellum to the reverse side.
Add the prepared vellum topper to the centre of the carrot panel then attach the whole thing to the front of a green top folding blank card measuring 4.25″ x 5.5″. Use 3d foam pads for dimension.
Heat emboss the “smile” sentiment onto white card, then trim down to a small banner rounding off two corners. Fix the bunny on top of the vellum topper then add the sentiment to finish.
Thank you for stopping by today. I hope I have inspired you to look at your tiny dies and think about the different ways they can be used.
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This is super cute!
I love how you made your own paper