Monday, February 29, 2016

Lil' Inker Designs March Release Day 1!


Hi, you guys!  It's day one of the Lil' Inker Designs New Release Blog Hop and I'm super excited to share all the new products with you!  I think you are really going to enjoy this release.  It's packed with fun, as always!  I can't wait to show off all the new release goodies and, lucky for you, they are available right now at the Lil' Inker Store!  We have an amazing spring blog hop for you today so, hopefully, you are coming from Heather's blog and if not, you won't want to miss her amazing creations or anyone's for that matter!  So make sure you didn't miss anyone and start at the Lil' Inker Blog.  Now for the fun!

My projects for today focus on this adorable Bunny Hugger Die & Stamp Bundle.


This little bunny is SO cute!  I just couldn't stop using him.  So, I made two projects with him.  Here's a closer look at my first project.


I thought using the Bunny Hugger Die & Stamp Bundle as a straw topper was just too fun.  I love how his little arms wrap around a little treat or in this case, a balloon.  I cut him from a nice thick piece of white cardstock to make the most of that awesome stitching detail on the ears.  Then I stamped his cute little face on before coloring his ears, nose, and cheeks.  Now, check out what he looks like under the balloon.


Just look at that cute belly.  You'll just love all the little sentiments and additions you can add using the stamps in the Bunny Hugger Die & Stamp Bundle.  Here's a little different take on my bunny friend.


I thought my little Bunny Hugger Die & Stamp Bundle would look just adorable hugging a big carrot I made using the new Clear Cone Treat Baggies filled with little bunny cheese crackers.  I added some green curling ribbon to the top of my cute carrot.  My bunny was cut from a light green cardstock and I used some paper from the new Easter Greetings Paper Pack to bring out the ears and belly on my sweet bunny.  Here's a closer look.


I cut the ears and belly out leaving a slim border around the stitching.  I just love the cute egg patterned paper and all the other amazing designs in the Easter Greetings Paper Pack.  Love this bunny!

I hope you enjoyed my creations and will join the rest of the team on the hop.  You'll want to leave comments along the way because Laura gives out a $15 Lil' Inker Designs store credit to a lucky commenter each day of the hop.  It could be you.  I'm sure I'll see you on the hop and tomorrow for another fun day of release projects.  See you then!

Chrissy Larson <---Yup, that's me!!!

Don't forget you can check out the new release right now in the Lil' Inker Store and you can get all the goodies I used today.  Here's what I used:

https://www.lilinkerdesigns.com/bunny-hugger-die-stamp-bundle/#_a_clarson

https://www.lilinkerdesigns.com/easter-greetings-paper-pack/#_a_clarson

https://www.lilinkerdesigns.com/clear-cone-treat-baggies-metallic-green-twist-ties-set-of-6/#_a_clarson

41 comments:

  1. Perfect projects and photo staging here. So impressive! Love that you used bunny crackers. Great idea!!

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  2. Very creative! Love that bunny die!!

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  3. OH MY GOSH. this is my favorite bunny so far! adorable hugging those treat bags! ACK! :)

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  4. Super cute! That bunny is adorable!

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  5. That's some serious cuteness going on!

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  6. SO CUTE! I am in love with that bunny hugger!!!

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  7. Too cute! I want a KITTY hugger next!! >^.^<

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  8. How clever to use balloons this way Chrissy. Awesome favors.

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  9. Such a brilliant idea, the paper piecing looks fantastic and i adore that you can stamp messages on their tummies !! X

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  10. So cute! I LOVE the bunnies as straw toppers- such good ideas!

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  11. Hi, these little bunny huggers are so cute and versatile. I love the green and white ears you've given him. x

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  12. That little hugging bunny is too cute! Must have him.

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  13. Super adorable bunny projects!

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  14. Absolutely adorable projects.

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  15. Such cute projects! I love that you used the bunny die in such a creative way! Those goldfish carrots would be perfect to put in a child's Easter basket.

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  16. Love your bunnies and the orange balloons are the perfect treat. My grandsons love them.

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  17. You've come up with some really fun and cute ideas with this bunny! I like it attached to the straw!

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  18. Love the balloon idea! Very clever! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  19. Love how you used the bunny hugger die and stamp set in your projects!

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  20. Cute idea. The bunnies are so sweet!

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  21. Your Bunny Huggers are just the cutest thing! Thanks for sharing your creations.

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  22. SO MUCH CUTENESS and FUN :)
    We don't have an elf to put on the shelf, thinking I must have been saving up to fun with bunnies!!!
    Your treats, scenes and photos are FABULOUS Chrissy => THANK YOU for the INSPIRATION!!!

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  23. Adorable, love the cute bunny!! Thinking what else he can hold...love it.

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  24. SQUEAL!! SUPER SWEET!! =) THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS Release Week!! =)

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  25. You are SO CLEVER!! I snagged this Bunny Hugger combo set as soon as I saw it!! I LOVE your inspiration for using it!! Thank you!!

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  26. love that little bunny hugger!!

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  27. This bunny is too cute! I love what you did with him holding that giant carrot! <3

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  28. Great projects! The Bunny Hugger die set is the cutest thing ever!!!

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  29. Oh these are the
    cutest little
    bunny huggers!
    Wonderful ideas.
    Carla from Utah

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  30. Love it! The bunny huggers is just to cute!!

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  31. Awesome projects! That bunny is so cute. :-)

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  32. Very cute projects...love that bunny!

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  33. I really love those bunny! So adorable!!! Thanks for the inspiration! !!! Great projects! Hugs;)

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  34. Oh - this is just fantastic!! Super fun projects that are sure to capture the hearts of children!!

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