Meep Meep… What’s Up Doc?

Bugs Bunny would love these! Or maybe not, since there are no actual carrots involved.  But Easter is coming, and bunnies of all age will love this fun Easter treat idea.

The cone is created from the Petal Cone Die (see it online) for the Big Shot (see it online), and the leafy greens at the top are from the half scallop circle on the same die.

I created the texture on the carrot with the Textures Plates Kit #4 (also for the Big Shot — see it online), and added the Fine Supernova Glitter (see it online) with the 2-Way Glue Pen (see it online).

Here is the Tutorial for this project:

  1. Die cut two Petal Cone pieces in Tangerine Tango, and texture each one with the paisley Texturz Plate.  Trim off the half circles at the top of each piece.  Use Sticky Strip to attach the pieces together.
  2. Cut 4 Wild Wasabi half Scallops and trim the last 2 scallops from each corner as shown.  Cut between each scallop, leaving about 1/2″ uncut at the bottom.  Attach with Sticky Strip to the ‘carrot’
  3. Use a 2-Way Glue Pen and Fine Supernova Glitter in orange to decorate your paisley.
  4. Assemble carrot.  *TIP* The easiest way to assemble the box is to lay it flat and fold both ends to the center, attaching in the middle.  The box will pop up perfectly aligned every time.
  5. On two opposite sides, trim away the ‘leaves’ to make room for your ribbon.  Use a Crop-A-Dile to add a Jumbo Pewter Eyelet on each side.
  6. Tie the Peach Parfait Stitched Poly-Ribbon at each side.

Are you in love with the Petal Cone Die yet?  I sure am!!  Be sure to check out some of my recent Petal Cone Die projects, including my Petal Cone Scrapbook Tutorial.

Be sure to stop over to my Stamping Studio for Stamp Club with Meg this month (Wednesday, March 10th and Thursday, March 11th) if you’d like to make this Easter carrot treat holder in person!  Drop me an email for more details.
Happy Stamping!

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