These are so darn cute. I was checking out some of the blogs I visit a lot and found some really cute Easter projects and beings Easter is just a few days away I thought some of you with small kids would enjoy doing these for you Easter baskets. This first one shows you how to make the little box for putting the Nuggets or Kit Kat's in. The next one will show you how to make a cute little bunny face for the top.
Hope you enjoy my last minute finds for your Easter projects.
And this one is for the bunny ontop of the little box.
Now these are created by Chicnscratch blog. I am not sure of her name but check out her blog she does really neat things and has a bunch of tutorials.
Hope you enjoy these little projects for your Easter fun.
Thursday, March 20, 2008
Check out this new technique to use with your cuttlebug folders. I love the effect of this and am going to be trying this soon here. In the mean time I wanted to share with those of you who have not seen it yet. This is a great tutorial and you can do it without any problems she does it so well step by step. Super easy and super turnout. This will work with any of the cuttlebug embossing folders. So have fun and give it a try.
This card would work for a boy or a girl. Not sure of the color combo I used yet but like how the bunny in the cradle turned out.
Cuttlebug embossing folder
Versamark pad and choc chip ink
Colored pencils and Gamsol
Basic card size was used for this one. Layered the Really Rust embossed piece on the Whisper White. You can make the center piece pretty much any size you wish. Mine is 2 1/4 inches for the Certainly Celery and 2 1/2 for the Choc Chip it is layered on. Mount this to your card.
Stamp your image and cut out, layered this on Certainly Celery then onto Choc Chip. Mount this to main card and it is complete.
Very simple card to make. I am including the sketch also and am not sure who made up this sketch but if it was you please let me know so I can give proper credit.