Hello everyone! I have been on a mini blogging vacation since my last post last Thursday. I had number of things to take care of for my weekend activities.... A day in Spartanburg at Scrapbook Creations with five friends and a baby shower on Sunday!
I am back from my mini va-ca just in time for this weeks Bitten by the Bug 2 challenge. My wonderfully sweet design team sister Suzanne selected this weeks Cricut Challenge - Bring on the Bunnies! With Easter less than three weeks away Suzanne felt it was time to pull out the stops on the Easter Bunnies. Our challenge this week at BBTB2 is to use any Bunny from any Cricut Cartridge to create a Bunny-rific project.
I decided to give you a peek into the Easter Bunny's mode of transportation. My fun Easter Bunny is from the Create a Critter cartridge. Cut in classic white, pink and black cardstock layers, the Bunny is sporting a twine bow tie and googly eyes. My suave Mr. Bunny is driving his 1920's Roadster classic. I love the old roadsters so I was thrilled to find this classic car on the Art Deco cartridge. And because we are talking about THE Easter Bunny, the car is done in lavender and yellow with fun flower headlights. Admit it, you knew all along that he did not HOP house to house with all of that candy!
My base card for this project is not the usual rectangle, but a quadrilateral (geometry speak for a four sided figure with only two parallel sides). I used Cricut Basic Shapes in CCR to design my card. I scored two folds into the card to make the Z shape. With pop dots and glue dots I built the 3D Bunny and roadster on the front of the card.
I cut jelly bean paper to highlight each section of the card. And OF COURSE the carrots!! The Bunny Roaster and the Easter Bunny each need their energy. Being environmentally friendly both the Bunny and the roadster are fueled on carrots!
The back panel of the card has a white insert sheet for stamping Happy Easter and writing a personalized note.
I plan to send this card to my nephew - I think every boy of nearly five years of age deserves to know how the Easter Bunny gets around!
Remember at BBTB2 we love it when you join us in the weekly challenge. This week use any Bunny from any Cricut cartridge to create your bunny project. Once your NEW project has been posted to your blog, link up with us at BBTB2 for your chance to win the BBTB2 Project of the Week blog button. But before you do all of that, please head over to the Bitten by the Bug 2 blog for some great Bunny inspiration!
Thanks for stopping by today. I will be back tomorrow with a cute card to share!