Friday 7 March 2014

Bunny ears bag for Easter - with video tutorial

While browsing Pinterest the other day, I saw a cloth bag with bunny ears and immediately thought how cute Stampin' Up's chevron paper bags would look with ears! I went off to see what I could come up with and this was the result:

Isn't it cute?! A pack of these chevron bags are only £3.75 and they're gorgeous and can be dressed up in all sorts of different ways if you're not a fan of bunny ears! (But of course you are!)

Have you seen that chevron ribbon - it's faintworthy! (and yes Spellchecker, I do know that's not a real word!) I can't decide which is my favourite colour but this Blushing Bride has got to be in the running.

My bag was filled with all sorts of chocolate yumminess so I stamped the tag with an appropriate sentiment from the Oh Goodie stamp set!

I made a little card to coordinate with the treat bag...

... with a hint of what's in the bag on the front!

What a fun Easter project! And the beauty of it is that it takes hardly any time at all, so it would be easy to make lots of them...

... which means there'll be lots of happy bunnies all round!

I've made a video tutorial to show you how to make the bunny ears bag, the tag AND the card:

Enjoy the comedy bit in the middle where I wrestle with the bunny!

(Click on each item to find it quickly in my shop) 
Stamps: Oh Goodie wood or cling, Take Care wood or cling, Delightful Dozen wood or cling
Ink: Baked Brown Sugar, Blushing Bride classic inks plus Wild Wasabi marker
Card stock: Crumb Cake, Soft Sky, Whisper White, scrap of Wild Wasabi (for leaves)
Punches: Extra Large Oval, Large Oval, Scalloped Oval, 2 1/2" circle, 2-step bird, Itty Bitty punch pack
Other: Tag a Bag gift bags, Blushing Bride chevron ribbon, white bakers twine, Subtles Designer Paper Stack, stamp-a-majig
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My husband likes to regale the family with what he terms 'fun facts' and recently came out with the story that Mel Blanc, the actor that voiced Bugs Bunny, didn't like carrots. My youngest son seemed deeply affected by this. "How do you know?" he asked. " Oh everyone knows that!" said my husband. "Really?" said my son. "Why am I always the last to know?"

Have a great weekend and I'll see you very soon.



  1. Lovely! So cute, the bunny ears. And the matching card.
    Suddenly My wish list has grown again. Love that Blushing Bride Chevron ribbon.

  2. What a great Easter treat bag and card...a fabulous project to do for the grandchildrens teachers for Easter gifts....thank you Vicky for sharing your video..


  3. Fab Easter makes Vicky. xxx

  4. Well aren't you clever! I'm so glad to see though that I'm not the only one who has quarrels with inanimate objects.

    Have a lovely weekend.

  5. Just adorable! I can see me making one with a bunny face too!

  6. What a darling project. I love your videos. Your soothing voice makes for enjoyable viewing.

  7. Where do you get your brilliant ideas from, this is fabulous and I love your card too, AND the colours.

    Great tutorial video too. :)

  8. Hi Vicky
    Fabulous video... Lovely to see you nearly in the flesh....
    Love the bunny Bag.... and the sweet card ...
    Hugs Sylvie xx

  9. Fab idea Vicky! Think I know what I'm going to be doing as Easter gifts now! Thanks for the video tutorial! Nx

  10. This is the cutest paper bag ever.... Brilliant way to create the bunny ears :0)
    I love watching your tutorials too, you're such a pro :0)


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