Saturday, March 26, 2011

Easter Pals - Bunny Hop Punch Art


Hi! I've been creating these Easter Punch Arts in my mind for weeks now and I finally got it into paper! The hardest part was giving cute expressions on their faces. Today, I'll show you my chocolate bunny. Some say it looks like the bunny from the movie "HOP"...hihi. I will go along to show you the rest in the next few days. So be patient. It's worth waiting for the tutorial :)

Punch needed:
- Ornament Punch #119847(for the head)
- Large Oval punch #119855(for the ears)
- Small Oval Punch #119863(for the inner ear and the feet)
- 3/4" x 15/16" Oval Punch # (for the cheek and arms) also for an egg
- 2 Step Bird Punch #117191 (used the wings of the bird for the eyes)
- Owl Punch #118074( used the owl for the body, used the eyes for iris)
- Itty Bitty Punch Pack #118309(use the circle for the nose)

TIP: Sponge all Chocolate Chip CS with Whisper White Kraft Ink. Sponge the Very Vanilla bird wings with Tempting Turquoise Ink. Sponge the Very Vanilla cheek ovals, Pink Pirouette inner ears, and nose with Chocolate Chip Brown Ink.



As you can see, I cut off the owls ears and feet (sounds sadistic, but no pun intended, sorry owl). For the feet, just follow the way I cut a piece off. Cut the other piece in the opposite direction, you don't want to give your bunny 2 left feet..hihi.




TIP: When positioning the cheeks, put them on a slanting "V" position, like a smile.



Cut your Chocolate Chip Ovals in a "BEAN" shape to make arms. Don't forget the nose!


Highlight your bunny with black and white gel pens! Your punch art will look more dimensional. TIP: Use your 3/4"x 15/16" oval to make an egg for your bunny to hold. I'd use Dazzling Diamonds #102023 to glitter the eggs (again to make it more dimensional) :)


Please let me know if you have any questions or suggestions. Please visit my blog and my Stampin Up Website! Have a nice day!

12 comments:

Rose said...

So cute, Kay! Thanks for the tutorial! :)

Rebecca said...

Punch art is my favorite. Bunny is so cute TFS.

LM said...

I love it, excellent job!

Mary said...

This is so cute, tfs! Mary

Cindy said...

As usual you did a great job Kay! Love all punch art. Praying that your mom is doing better. XOXO Cindy

Diane said...

Absolutely adorable! A lot of punching going on! TFS your tutorial!

Whimcees said...

Hello!

Love this bunny! You are so creative - that face is so cute! I also love the color that you used - very unique!

Thank you for the great tutorial! Wishing you a happy week!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane

Veronica said...

SOSO cute! cutest bunny on the web right now, thanks for the tutorial! I posted a link on my blog to yours. You are so talented Kay.

cissylovato said...

I just love this bunny I am working on casing him. He is just adorable. The only punch I do not have is the 3/4 X 15/16 oval is that a stampin up one? Or do you know where I could order one? Please and thank you.
cissylovato@yahoo.com

Annette said...

Thank you for a wonderful tutorial Kay.

Kerry (Kez) Bunting said...

Kay I made your bunny today with my class and they absolutely LOVED it! Thanks so much for sharing your creativity and a great tutorial.

mandy Friebertshäuser said...

Hello

in her cheeks they have taken chocolate chip ink?
I have chocolate chip up of stampin but that is darker. should I mix it?

greeting mandy

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