Saturday, March 21, 2015

Punch Art Easter Bunny Treat Holder with Tutorial



Scallop Treat Holder 2 is easier to make than it looks and can be embellished to fit many different occasions.  Your friends will loving getting the Easter version decorated with this punch art bunny.  I've made this treat holder at several different workshops.  The initial reaction I get from my friends when I show them what we are going to make is that this project is going to be difficult.  After they make it, they want to make more because it is so quick and easy.


This is the original scallop treat holder that I made.  I tweaked the design so it could be our Make and Take project at the Scrapbook Expo in Grapevine, TX earlier this year.  We wanted the project to be quick and easy for our visitors.  Because we were going to prep 200 of these treat holders, it also needed to be quick and easy for my friend, Christi, and I!


This was our Make and Take at Scrapbook Expo.  Because Stampin' Up!'s designer series paper has designs on both sides, that let us skip the stamped liner from the first version.  I also make the treat holder 1/4" narrower so I could get 6 projects from one 12 x 12 sheet.  An unexpected plus was that the straight edges made it much easier to line up the paper on the Simply Scored Scoring Tool.


Here is the video tutorial for making Scallop Treat Holder 2 and the punch art Easter Bunny.  Guess what punch I used to make the bunny ears?  I tried various oval punches and they were too big for this treat holder.  Turned out that the Flower Medallion punch was perfect for making the ears for this Easter Bunny.  You'll see how I did it in the video tutorial.

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Stampin' Supplies for Scallop Treat Holder 2 
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Stampin' Supplies for the punch art Easter Bunny
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Creatively yours,

Sharon Cheng
Richland Hills, TX
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