I must be the Springtime Scrooge because I'm just not feeling it. I guess when your kids grow up the bunny stuff loses its fun.
Besides not being into the Easter Bunny thing this year - I am also NOT into pastel colors. I rarely do purple and if I do pink it is probably with brown or black. Except for baby themes, I don't craft with pastel colors. I don't wear them. I don't decorate my house with them. Not my thing.
But in honor of Easter, I did make a bunny for you - please consider this an Ellenized Easter Bunny because it is the only bunny I'm "into" right now.
The base of his head is an approx 3 inch circle trimmed by hand. I snipped some "fur" or "hair" at the top with scissors. (see photo below)
Ears - large ovals
Pink of ears - full heart trimmed
Eyes - small ovals (gray and white), word window
Cheeks - wide ovals
Chin - 1 inch circle
Mouth - 1/2 wide oval - trimmed to narrow on each side
teeth - scrap rectangle
above teeth - curly label hole punched with 3/4 inch circle (see yesterdays lips for photo)
Nose - tip of small oval
Drew two back lines above his nose and one line on his teeth.
You can get almost the same base from punches - see the photo below. Most of the "seams" and all the of the "missing parts" will be covered by other punches.
I was showing Kiddo this project and she made an addition. (I think she loves the bunny!)