I made this bunny jar from a Valentine treat container I got at Michael’s on clearance in late February. I thought it would be pretty easy to re-purpose. I cut off the ends of the arrow and removed the heart gem, then attached the bunny face to the felt heart.
The bunny face was easy to make. I started with large punched circles, inked the edges, and attached those to either side of the heart. On the front side, I added googly eyes, a punched heart nose and twine whiskers. I used glue to stiffen the whiskers and put them aside to dry. While the whiskers were drying, I hand-cut ears and attached them, adding a chipboard flower.
Then, on the jar itself, I added a sentiment from October Afternoon, “You’re a good egg,” and some paper paws to hold it. To finish, the project, I tucked a little Easter grass in the bottom of the jar, added Cadbury eggs and twisted on the Easter top. I ran pink ribbon around the lid, then circled extra twine on top of the ribbon. I used Trendy Twine's Cherry Cupcake, which is a fun mix of red and pink.
Of course, I need a card to go with the treat. I made a simple one from October Afternoon patterned paper, using a negative die cut of a bunny and a sentiment sticker.
Thank you for stopping by. I hope you all have a wonderful Easter holiday.