B is for Bunny
She's always hip-hopping,
Her button nose twitching,
Her long ears flip-flopping!
~ Tanya Lee Stone
I love how happy this little critter is with its sly, crooked smile and makeshift flag. What a great idea to just tie some fabric scraps to a wooden stick and wave it in a one-bunny parade. Maybe I'll do that around the living room and make the neighbors talk. They already know I'm one sandwich shy of a picnic.
Whoa Howdy! Ya'll are rocking our B for Bodacious Recipe Swap! We've got some Bingo playing Bouncing Ballerina Bears – and all other things that start with B – I love it!
So . . . I present to you . . . B is for banner waving bunny belly with a button sun. Now, I bet I'm the only one who pays a tribute to bellies – but check out the cute one on my bunny.
To make the glittery circle frame:
- I covered my tiny polka-dot paper with Sookwang double sided adhesive sheet.
- Then I sprinkled it with micro-fine transparent glitter so the paper would still show underneath.
- This is where it gets really fun. I ran the glittery paper through the die cut machine with two sizes of the circle die cuts at the same time, one inside the other.
I was inspired to make this little scene in a circle by JoAnn Basile's darling card here. She's got a wonderful tutorial for you to follow. I made my scene just a little differently – you might try it this way if you're challenged like me with cutting around circles.
Lay out the background of your scene first.
- Very loosely, I adhered my fence and layers of grass on my Chevron paper with repositional adhesive.
- Then I ran the whole thing, all together, through the die cut machine so all the layers were perfectly trimmed.
- You can then pull the layers off one by one and adhere them again with pop-up dimensional adhesives to add dimension to the scene.
- Then, adhere your circle (or other shape) frame with pop-up dimensional adhesive.
- I wanted my bunny ears, banner flag and clouds to hang over the circle frame, so I added them last.
Here are the Copic markers and the rest of the recipe. Be sure to come back on Sunday to see what the rest of the Catered Crop Top Chef designers and guest designers have come up with. It's like a Sesame Street show and tell!