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Here Comes Peter Cottontail…

It is going to be 29 degrees here tonight (goodbye hostas, azaleas and dogwoods) but I feel like a Spring project will help warm things up…so that’s what I have for you today.  I totally “cased” this project from Mary Fish’s blog, but changed it up a bit because I knew you would love it.  Thank you Mary!

Here’s the little Peter Cottontail project…

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So darn cute, right?  A nice treat for any Easter basket, or brunch or luncheon as part of your table setting.  You could always add a tag with a name.  I actually gave one of these at book club this week and added a “thank you” tag for the hostess.

Interested in the Stuff ‘N Digits?  I’ll give those to you today and later this week if I can get all my “kitting” done for three classes this week, I plan to make a video for you of this cute lil’ cottontail so be sure to stop back by this week.  Here’s the Stuff  ‘N Digits

Stuff:

  • Paper:  Soft Sky, Crisp Cantaloupe, Whisper White and Pistachio Green cardstock
  • Ink:  Crisp Cantaloupe
  • Stamps:  None!
  • Tools and Embellishments:  Scallop Tag Topper Punch,  Extra Large Oval Punch, Small Oval Punch and 3/4″ Circle Punch.  Designer Frames EF, Fringe Scissors, Itty Bitty Flower Punch, Circle Framelits (smallest),  5/8″ Organza Ribbon, Linen Thread.

Digits:

  • 2″ x 11″ Soft Sky cardstock punched each end with Scallop Tag Topper Punch.
  • Score @4 3/8″ and 6 3/8″
  • Emboss at each end with Frames EF, punch center out with Extra Large Oval Punch
  • 3 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ Soft Sky cardstock, scored at 3/4″ all four sides.  Cut tabs same direction on two opposite sides of square.  Punch hole center of square with smallest circle framelit.
  • Glue dots on all tabs, sticky tape two opposite box sides.  Put box together and place in bottom of tag cardstock.
  • Tie top of tags together with 5/8″ Organza Ribbon and Linen Thread.  Place grass and treat inside.

Enjoy!

Here’s your “B-ism” for today…”A wink is worth a thousand words.”

Get inky…Be happy!

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