All of the elements, sack and bunny, were cut from Neenah Solar White card stock. The bag was assembled then set aside. The pieces to the bunny were colored with Copic markers and a second set of ears and feet were adhered to the backs to hide my coloring and give a little extra stability. After the ears were adhered, they were shaped with my fingers to add a little curve. I knew I wanted to make a girl bunny, so I die cut a couple extra whiskers and cut them down to size to use for the eye lashes. Clever, huh? They were adhered to the back of the eyes then shaped with my fingers and then a stylus to give that nice curve. The nose was glued directly to the muzzle then Sakura Clear Glaze pen was put over the top for a nice, subtle shine. The muzzle was popped up on thin foam while the feet were popped up on regular foam for a little difference in dimension. The flower, the whole point of the project, was doodled on the edges with a Copic Multiliner pen, colored, shaped then popped up on foam. The Sparklet center was colored with RV42 to match the bunny.
EYES, EYE LASHES, WHISKERS: C6, C4, C2, C0 MUZZLE, NOSE: RV42, R30, R000 EARS, FEET: C3, C1, C00, 0, RV42, R30, R000 FLOWER: V25, V22, V20, RV42, Black Multiliner 0.03
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PAPER: Neenah Solar White
INK: Copic markers
ACCESSORIES: Sizzix Big Shot; TE Taylored Dies (Sack it to You, Sack it - Bunny, Friendship Blooms); scissors; Sakura Clear Glaze pen; Copic Black Multiliner 0.03; stylus/foam pad (to shape the flower); KaiserCraft Clear Sparklet (colored with RV42); Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L (Foam Squares, Thin 3D Foam Squares); Zig 2-Way Glue pen; Zip Dry; cotton ball; adhesive
TECHNIQUE(S): 3D; doodling
SIZE OF FINISHED PROJECT: 5 1/2" tall x 4 1/2" wide x 2 1/2" deep (size includes ears, feet and tail)