Thursday, March 11, 2021

Bunny and Carrot Goodie Holder with Rinea

Hello Crafty Friends- I am here with a fun project for you today. These cute Bunny and Carrot goodie holder are perfect for Easter. I know that the kiddos will love to have one or both in their basket or at their table setting.

Supplies Used:
Distress Oxide Ink: Carved Pumpkin
Distress Oxide Ink: Hickory Smoke
Copic Multiliner .01
Imagine Crafts: Tear It Tape
Aleene's Tacky Glue
Green Paper Clip
White 80# Cardstock
Light Green Satin Ribbon 
Green Leafy Trim
Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher
Scissors
Small Hole Punch
Template (see below)

Bunny

I printed the template onto my white cardstock and trimmed it out. I then adhered it to the back of 
Rinea Foil Paper: Glossy Arctic/Gold. Next, I trimmed it out on the cut lines. I then, score it on the score lines indicated on the template. Next, I inked the edges with some Distress Oxide Ink in Hickory Smoke. I punch some circles from the Rinea Foil Paper: Starstruck Ebony/Ebony for the eyes of the bunny and I cut some small petal shapes and a tiny triangle from the Rinea Foil Paper: Starstruck Blush/Blush for the inner ears and nose of the bunny.




Carrot

I printed the template onto my white cardstock and trimmed it out. I then adhered it to the back of 
Rinea Foil Paper: Starstruck Marigold/Marigold. Next, I trimmed it out on the cut lines. I then, score it on the score lines indicated on the template. Next, I inked the edges with some Distress Oxide Ink in Carved Pumpkin. I cut 2 strips of the Rinea Foil Paper 1 in Rinea Foil Paper: Glossy Jade/Gold and 1 in


Next, I put some Imagine Crafts Tear It tape of the side tab of the Carrot and adhered it shut. I set it aside. Then, I trimmed my ribbon and leafty trim to about 4". I placed the ribbon, trim, and Foil Paper into the paper clip and used the Tiny Attacher to hold them in place. Next, I attached the clip to the top of the Carrot.



Now, both you Bunny and Carrot Goodie holders are complete. You can fill them with Jelly Beans, stickers, chocolate etc. I hope you give this fun project a try using our Wonderful Foil Papers.


Thank you for stopping by the blog today. I hope you found some inspiration!!

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