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Bunny Clipart

Happy Easter!
I spent a lovely couple of hours making this sweet bunny picture. A HUGE thanks to Nataliya Dolotko for the amazing tutorial.

If you’d like a copy for yourself, just click the image for an 8 by 8 inch copy (minus my branding).
I also have a black and white version here for your child to colour!
I decided to use this little cutie pie to make some Easter cards for my family. I’m pretty sure my grandson will love it:)
I used Power Point and inserted the image into the top right hand corner of a landscape slide, then printed it on white card stock.
Once that was done I just folded it and cut using my “paper only” cutter, ruler and quilting mat. Of course it would work very well with a paper cutter, too, but I don’t have one of those at home.
Bunny greeting card directions.

Here it is, all trimmed up and ready to go! My husband was super impressed because I NEVER make cards. I think that might change though.

DIY: Hoppy Easter greeting card

If you’d like a copy of my card template then just click here to grab. Be careful with the folding though. You can’t fold the paper directly in half if you want it centred properly. It’s easy enough to figure out, but I just thought I’d give you a little heads up:)

Before I go I wanted to show you this tulip photograph I took last year at Easter time. I just love the droplets of water!

Photograph of pink and cream tulips.

And because I love making colour palettes, I did that too:)

Enjoy!

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1 Comment

  1. Reply
    Frank Robinson
    August 1, 2016 at 12:41 am

    Nice clip art, you can also get some great clip art from http://www.poweredtemplate.com/cliparts/index.html I often use it when I need to create some PowerPoint presentation, try to and I'm sure you'll like it. Good luck.

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