Monday, April 2, 2012

Bunny Bag Topper

This adorable Easter bag topper is something both children and adults will love. My favorite part is that it is so easy to make!




I cut the file and all layers, using a variety of card stock from my stash. The topper piece was originally one layer, but using the Cameo software, I quickly made an inside (pink polka dot) layer. With the Cameo and the included software, you can quickly make a shadow (offset) layer for any image and you can also make an internal layer (internal offset) of any image. I added faux stitching and was done! So easy!

I purchased this file for $.99 and you can order it here.

Thanks for visiting and please stay tuned for a new video…hint it involves modifying Cricut cuts to make a fun project. You will love it!!

14 comments:

Rosie said...

this is sooo cute!!!!


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Viv said...

Love it Linda!! So cute and any child/adult would love to receive one of these! xxx

Kate (Small Bits of Paper) said...

This is adorable, Linda! How fabulous that you could make it with papers from your stash. The combination of pastel treats is just perfect with the sweet bunny topper!

tndj said...

what a cute idea. Love it = you are sending that bag of candy my way right? It would really blow my diet (oops - change of life style eating habits). Also a great way to use your stash of scrap papers - and I am getting quite a stash. TFS

Creations by Shirl said...

Very cute cute bunny topper...
TFS Linda!

Norma said...

Hi Linda:) Very cute!!
Hugs,
Norma

Betsy said...

Oh my! The more comments I read about the Cameo, the more sure I am that I HAVE to have it!
This is a cute treat bag!

MizMaryAnn said...

What a fun topper bunny!

Anonymous said...

Linda, I love your bunny topper and I can't wait to get my Cameo.

Thanks for the information!
Megan

Mary said...

Sooooo cute!just love it...

missstamper said...

So very cute!

crazyaboutcricut said...

This looks delicious! Great job :O)

MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom said...

Very cute, Linda! BTW did you start the Sulhouette Cameo training class from Jessica Sprague yet? I didn't sign up yet - I keep blowing my craft budget on other things ;).

Hugs,
Melody

Linda Kaiser said...

I did take her class and I am learning a lot. Keep in mind that it is a beginner class. She is not going to cover print and cut, but goes over the basics in detail.

Linda

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