Hi Stampin' Friends!
Today at Stampin' Royalty our challenge is SPRING!
The possibilities are endless. Spring makes me think of little baby animals like, chicks, ducklings, lambs, and bunnies. So, I decided to turn one of my favorite crafts into bunnies.
These are corner book marks. Bunny Corner Book Marks.
They go on the corner of the pages of a book, to hold your place.
The base of the book mark is very easy to make, you only need a piece of 6" x 6" designer paper and a bone folder. I used the A Little Foxy Designer Paper Stack to make these bunnies. All the paper in this stack is 6" x 6", so I didn't even have to cut it.
And here is a video tutorial on how to make a corner book mark. In the video I show you how to make these book marks into owls. Keep reading and below I will share the tools I used to make them into bunnies.
Turn your Corner Book Mark into a bunny using these tools:
For the EARS:
Calypso Coral and Whisper White Card stock cut from the Layering Ovals Framelits. You could also use Oval Punches.
Sponge the Calypso Coral Oval with Calypso Coral ink.
For the EYES:
Whisper White and Basic Black card stock punched from the Owl Builder Punch. You could also used other small circle punches or dies.
Punch the largest circle from white card stock, the medium circle from black card stock, and the smallest circle from white card stock.
For the NOSE:
I used a small heart punch that is retired. You could use any heart punch or die or even a small oval turned on it's side.
I punched the heart from Smokey Slate card stock and sponged the edge with Smokey Slate ink.
For the CHEEKS:
I used a retired punch, the 7/8" scallop circle punch. Other options are a similar sized circle punch or die like the Layering Circles Dies.
For this bunny I used Calypso Coral card stock and sponged the edge with Calypso Coral ink.
For the WHISKERS:
I hand drew them in using the #1 Project Life journaling pen. A black marker will work too.
For the TEETH:
I used a small scrap of Whisper White card stock, cut it free hand into a small rectangle. Then using the same Project Life journaling pen, I drew in a thin black line.
Punch art is about using what tools you have on hand to make something cute.
And don't forget, Love is in the deTAILs. See how I added a small scallop circle to the back of the book mark for the bunny's tail?!
I hope you enjoyed this enough to try and make them yourself. If you do, let me know, I'd love to see and share your creations!
Now you should check out what my fellow designers at Stampin' Royalty have created for this challenge. Then why don't you play along with us and make something cute for spring. Link it to today's post at Stampin' Royalty and you could be featured as one of our top picks!
Thank you for taking time to stop by and visit my blog. Please let me know if you have any questions of if I can help you out in any way.
You can find the Stampin' Up! products I used here: