I created this fun little bunny treat box and tag card for a special little girl using the Blue Bunny Topper
from the Toppers Mega Bundle at the Paper Creator store. Enter code DELORIS for an extra 20% off your order!
Treat Box: I printed a full sheet (8.5 X 11) of the blue paper that came with the kit and cut out the treat box with my Silhouette Cameo using the cut file (shown in the next picture) from the Silhouette store. I added a extra border to the bunny image by tracing it, then using the offset feature in the Studio software. Colored the added border with the same pink as the bunny ears. Cut out the bunny image with my Cameo. Attached the bunny to treat box with pop dots. Printed 3 more images of the bunny and hand cut the pieces and layered on top of each other for added dimension. Cut out the tag with a Spellbinders die and added a lace bow on top.
This is the Silhouette cut file I used for my treat bag. NOTE: I upgrouped the file in Silhouette Studio and removed the snowflakes and dots on scallops before cutting it.
Tag Card: I used cut file (see picture below) from the Silhouette store. Traced the bunny image in Silhouette Studio then did a offset to add the layer. Colored the offset with pink using color dropper and pink shade from ears. Opened tag, remove the center squares. Ungroup the two remaining pieces. Make a copy of the larger tag and move off to the side. With the large tag still on mat, click mirror above, overlap, align the two tags, select both, then merge to form the card base. Move the card base off the mat. Move the large tag back to mat and fill with pink using the color dropper and picking up the pink color from ears. Select the smaller inner tag and fill with blue paper from kit. Align on top of pink tag, center and group. Align the bunny image on top of those. Turn off all cut lines except for outside edge of large tag. Turn on registration marks and print. Cut out all pieces with my Cameo. I printed a few extra bunnies and hand cut out the pieces and layered onto the bunny on card. This gives it a little more dimension.
Here's what my cut files look like in the Silhouette Studio software
I am entering the following
Simon Says Monday Challenge - Leap Into The Unknown
(New technique using Silhouette Studio and digi files to make card and box)
Creative Corner Challenge - Theme Bunnies Everywhere
Crafting When We Can - Challenge #113 - Use a digi stamp