He was quick to color, with a few swishes of pink from some Copics and I inked in some grass to ground him. I used the smaller sizes of Reverse Wonky Rectangles as the base for the mini card, and added some twine for color.
I also created some pillow boxes with a quick tutorial from About.com that I found here. There are lots of templates available, but if you have a CD, 6x6" patterned paper, a scissors and some adhesive, you can whip up a bunch of these in no time at all.
I added an optional finger notch with a 3/4" circle punch, to make it easier for the recipient to open the box. (Think McDonald's apple pie container)
The Daba chocolate bunnies were white embossed on brown cardstock. I tied the boxes with some rayon seam binding and topped them off with mini felt roses.
I hope you'll give the pillow boxes a try. They're the perfect size for a small gift or to hold a gift card, and they're especially cute for Easter with a little Daba on top.
A big shout out to Jenny for having me as a guest designer. It was such an honor and so much fun working with Sister Stamps, and I know I'll be using the stamps for other occasions besides Easter.
Don't forget to visit Debi's blog for more inspiration and I hope you get your hands on this newest release! It's bunnylicious!