The bunnies were adorable assembled as depicted in the picture but I had to add my own touch. I replaced the card stock bow with a ribbon bow, embossed the ears with Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder and glued wiggly eyes over the bunny's cut out eyes. The feet were attached to the front of the box with foam dots to make them stand out.
|Bunnies with shading added.|
Directions for Bunny Boxes:
Cutting machine capable of cutting SVG files- I used the Silhouette Cameo
Lori Whitlock Bunny Belly Box SVG cut file
Tan, brown, black and pink card stock
Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder
Ranger Tim Holtz Tea Dye distress ink and foam pad
Tom Bow Aqua Liquid Glue
1. Cut the Bunny Belly Box to the dimensions shown on the computer screen. Cut the bunny's body in tan, the paw pads in brown, ears and nose in pink and the rectangle in black card stock. I hand cut a piece of black card stock to fit over the openings for the eyes and whiskers rather than using the Silhouette.
2. Assemble bunny as directed-glue the brown paw pads to the feet, the black behind the eyes, the pink to the ears and whiskers and the body to the back of the bunny. Attach a small foam dot to the nose to raise it slightly off the face and foam dots to the feet.
3. Ink around the edges of the feet and the bunny's body with the distress ink. Use the pink colored pencil to apply blush to the bunny's cheeks and to highlight his nose and ears.
4. Tie a small bow with the ribbon of your choice and glue to the top of the bunny's head.
5. Glue the wiggly eyes over the spaces for the eyes.