Thursday, March 29, 2012

Easter Bunny Totes

 Good morning bloggers!  Have not posted in a while and shame on me.  I've got to get my butt back into the grove here.  I swear I'm making, stampin and creating, just not posting what I do:(  Any who, I've made these bunnies before from the talented Kay over at  Click on over and find out how to make these awesome bunnies.  I've also bought the instructions from her on how to make these cute mini totes.  So when I checked out one of my daily inspiration blogs "Linda" over at and saw how she used both together, I knew right away these were gonna be my Easter treats for sisters and neice this year!  The one above goes to my oldest sister, she wanted spring colors, so I used Pool Party with Island Indigo.  I added a cute vest coat to the white bunny from the Owl Punch using the Everyday Enchantment DSP from the Sale a Bration catalog (which by they way, this is your last week to get this awesome paper pack).  Get it FREE for every $50 order you place!!  HINT! HINT!
 This one is using Whisteria Wonder paper and its for my neice.  Its her favorite color and I used the largest heart from the Heart to Heart Punch to add to the tote.  I also added a cute bow to the neck of the Soft Suede bunny. 
This Lucky Limeade tote is for my other sister.  I think her favorite color is green, (oh well, she will like it anyway!!)  This bunny has Colipsol (spelled wrong I know-don't feel like going and getting catalog!) Coral for ears and nose.  He is holding a bunch of flowers made from the Boho Blossom Punch.  The stem is from the Bird Punch.  Hope you have enjoyed my version of Easter buny totes.  I have a list of punches below for making the bunny.

*  xlarge oval punch for outside of ear
*  large oval punch for inner ear, hands and feet
*  ornament punch for head
*  owl punch with feet and ears cut off for the body
*  bird punch wing for the large part of eye
*  3/8" circle punch from the itty bitty set for black eyes and nose
*  1" circle for the cheeks


Debbie said...

These are sooooo cute!! I love that flop-eared bunny!!!

Linda Fisher said...

OMGosh, you're bunny's are the CUTEST!! Love your creativity making them your own....the vest, very clever, the bouquet is perfect! Great Job!