My 4½-year-old niece has started to get a real interest for anything craft-related. Every time she comes over to my place, she looks at the projects I'm working on (paper crafts or needlework) and she asks questions and compliments my finished projects. She's been particularly interested in the 3D projects, asking to make her own 3D houses with the Home Sweet Home Framelits (she chooses the colors and embellishments, I put the house together) and she also discovered the Big Shot and now she's obsessed with the embossing folders.
Needless to say, with Easter coming up, I wanted to put something pretty together just for her, and since I was packaging a Easter bunny, I went for the basket die. I made sure to include all of her favorites: pink, bows, sparkle. The little bunny tail comes from the white pompon trim. I saw some other clever stampers do this trick and it pushed me over the edge and convinced me to get the white trim myself. (I still have the older pink, tangerine and yellow pompom trims and I prefered the colored versions to the white one - until I saw the little tail idea.)
This bunny basket was inspired by Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge (HIP HOP).
Stamps: Panier de Pâques (Basket Bundle)
Cardstock: Melon Mambo, Going Grey, Bazzill, Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper
Patterned Paper: Bunnyville (Doodlebug Design)
Ink: Basic Grey, VersaMark
Accessories: Lots of Tags Framelits, Berry Basket Bigz Die, Gift Bow Bigz Die,
White Stampin' Emboss Powder, Stampin' Dimensionals, Basket Builder Framelits,
White Pompom Trim, Mini Stapler