Punch Bunny Easter Box!

I leave for Hawaii on Stampin’ Up!’s incentive trip in 10 hours!!!

And before I leave, I want to share with you an adorable bunny box and template… the ‘bunny’ punching inspiration came from the stamping Diva herself Sam Parisi… thanks Sam!

Bunny Box

The box actually uses no stamps, it’s all punches: Large Oval & Small Oval, 1 3/8 inch jumbo circle, ½ inch circle,  ¼ inch circle, 1/16th inch circle, Scalloped circle.

Punch Bunny Sideview

This is a mini ‘top note’ box made from a piece of cardstock 5 x 6 1/2 and the resulting box fits half of a ‘top note’ die cut piece of cardstock.

But stay tuned, I have a ‘full sized’ top note box to share with you that you are going to LOVE!

And don’t forget, my monthly online ordering gift ends soon… one more week to get the ‘Good Egg’ Spring & Easter projects sheet… as well as the extra special Friends 24/7 project sheets offer!

Aloha!

Comments

  1. Love this. The bunny almost looks real – Bunny: very happy, me: also happt, too. Love this project. Thank you for sharing……….

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  2. I thought I would leave another comment: Your instructions are clear and easy to follow. I was just on the SU site and wanted to make the Authentic Photobook featured in the April Stampin’ Success: talk about confusing instructions. They crammed everything to fit on one page. SU needs to take lessons from you so everyone can be successful to make the project. I gave up on the project and sent comments to SU about their instructions. Thank you for your efforts to makie it easy for all of us!

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  3. So flippen cute! He has to be the cutest punch bunny I’ve ever seen! Terrific job!

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  4. Amy, this is the cutest bunny box, ever! Wonderful easy to follow instructions. Thanks for this! You’re awesome!

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  5. WOw.. really cute bunny!! My grandbabies would love this! Thanks for Sharing Amy!!

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  6. Oh my goodness, this is adorable. Love it! TFS 🙂

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  7. How cute!!! Can’t wait to see your box tut.

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  8. Too Cute!!! Need to make one of these 🙂
    Aloha!
    Alison

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  9. OMGosh! Your bunny box is absolutely adorable! Love it! Thanks for the pdf instruction sheet. You are a generous soul. Blessings!

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  10. Amy, You rock! I’m so “Hoppy” you shared this!

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  11. This is absolutely adorable!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!!

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  12. May, absolutely adorable. Thanks for the inspirations.
    cheers

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  13. Amy, I just came across your blog, although your name is NOT new to me, you famous demonstrator! 🙂 I LOVE your blog and I am bookmarking it to come back for hours and read back posts! 🙂 Thanks for sharing your talent and creativity!

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  14. Hi Amy: I listened to your broadcast from Stampin’ Up! tonight. You had some great business ideas. I really enjoyed it and I’m only a hobby demo. Really admire your work as well. Have been checking in daily with your blog for a week or two now. Tell me, is there anyway, since I’m not a customer, I could purchase the pdf on the Easter projects you are giving away with an order? They are so pretty. Thanks again for an enjoyable broadcast.

    Mary
    http://www.primitiveseasons.blogspot.com

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  15. TOTALLY ADORABLE!! Thanks so much for sharing! I’m going to try one of these tonight! 🙂 TFS!

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  16. Love this Amy! I made a bunny box you can view it on my website
    http://www.kraftingwithkaren.blogspot.com
    I linked your blog with my post. Thanks for the wonderful projects you make and share.

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  17. Thanks for the great tutorial. I just posted the one I made (with a gift card sized box) with a link back to you. Here is mine:

    http://craftingwithprincesslisa.blogspot.com/2009/04/east-bunny-gift-card-holder.html

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  18. you were the inspiration behind my goodie bags for easter…your designs are amazing…thanks for sharing…

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