Thursday, March 19, 2015

Hip-pity Hop-pity Easter's on it's way!

Hello Friends! Easter will be here before you know it, so here is a quick and easy project for the little ones! I know my grandchildren are going to love these. 

These new Mini Mason Jars are not only great for storage they are perfect for fun projects like this one! 

Die cut 3 Mini Bunnies and 2 little bows from Grungeboard or chip board. 

Adhere the three bunnies together leaving the bottom 1/4" unglued. This will allow the bunny to fit in to the label clip later. Paint the bunny and bows with Distress Paint and let dry. 

Apply a generous amount of Glossy Accents and spread out with your finger. Cover the entire bunny and the bows. 

Pour the glitter over the bunny and bows and shake off the excess. Do one side of the bunny, the sides and let it dry…then turn over and glitter the other side. 

Love the sugar coating it's almost good enough to eat. 

Adhere the little bows on both sides of the bunny. Insert bunny in to the back of the Label Clip. You may need to squeeze the tabs together with pliers to hold the bunny. The Label Clip acts as a little stand in the Mini Mason Jar. 

Put a little grass in the bottom of the Mini Mason Jar. 

Add the Bunny and some jellybeans. Place the cap back on to the jar. 

Tie a bow with Stripped Paper String around the lid of the jar. Choose a few words from Seasonal Chitchat and adhere just under the bow. Cut a "V" out of the end to make little banners. Don't forget to distress the edges with Distress Ink on an Ink Blending Tool. 

 Pink bow for the girls…..

or a blue bow for the boys! 

Such a fun project! I think the kids would have fun making these too. 

I have a confession…..I bought the jellybeans for this project and they sat on the kitchen counter for a few days. As soon as I opened them to add the jellybeans to my project I ate and ate and ate till the whole bag was almost gone. Yummy!!! 

Thanks for stopping in!
Richele

Here's all the products I used! 



12 comments:

  1. love how this turned out Richele! I love that darn little rabbit! so cute.

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  2. Guten Morgen...
    was für eine schöne Oster-Überraschung.
    Das sieht so süß aus, ich bin begeistert.

    herzlichst Sophie

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  3. So cute! I just may have to make these for my little ones.

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  4. Adorable as always Richele!! TFS :D

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  5. So so so cute! I LOVE that bunny! Cool idea!

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  6. OH MY GOODNESS! Completely Adorable, Richele!! I think I would try to eat the glittered bunny--It DOES look good enough to eat!! Simply Delicious Easter treats!! XOXO-Shari

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  7. Those bunnies are just the cutest! I love the mini Mason jars and the string around the top is just the perfect finishing touch too. Anne xx

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  8. This is so adorable. I just love the glittery bunny!

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  9. Such a cute project. I would love to make these for my grandkids. What index tab did you use?

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  10. richele - another adorable project - how I love projects that include bunnies!
    Your glittery bunny is a delight. Now I must go on a hunt for jelly beans to munch on while making a glittery bun!. Thank you for sharing this bun project!

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