How to Create a Super Cute Easter Bunny Layout

Welcome, crafters! Penny here today to show you how to create a super cute Easter Bunny Layout using some fun products from CutCardstock. Be sure and check out all the great cardstock varieties available to you there.

We have great prices and fast shipping. Since this is my first post since being selected as a design team member, I am super excited to be sharing my creations with you here. 

This layout features my granddaughter Madison at her first school Easter Egg hunt. Each student made bunny masks to wear during the egg hunt. They were adorable. 

My polka dot pattern paper choice.

So I started my layout progress by selecting my background pattern paper. Since I try to make it match up with my photos I choose this pattern. 

https://www.cutcardstock.com/search?type=product&q=Curious+Metallic

For my project I used the following:

Curious Metallic Pale Aloe, and Curious Metallic Pink Quartz. Also pictured in the above photo are Curious Metallic White Silver, Curious Metallic Gold Leaf, and Curious Metallic Violette.

Each of these papers has a delicate metallic shimmer that really looks beautiful in person. The cardstock also has a very nice thickness and is very sturdy. Perfect for a variety of projects.

For this border I used a scalloped border punch.

Before mounting my punched out border, I slightly inked the edges using a misting spray.

Then I glued my border down to the Pink Quartz strip.

This bunny mask still cracks me up!

I then mounted my photo and the border strip in place. Easy as pie so far!

This mesh bunny was previously glued onto an Easter basket.

I wanted to add this cute bunny to my layout, but the holes in the mesh didn’t look right without a backing, so I used more of the Pink Quartz to back my bunny enough that the darker colors of my photo didn’t show through my bunny embellishment. Then I added it to my Easter layout.

Next, I added a matching journaling block, some flowers, and buttons to my border and some fun stickers and bows.

The stickers on the journaling box are 3D stickers.

A few more fun flowers, and a better photo of my bunny embellishments on my journaling block.

Next, I added my secret addiction lately: bling dots! I admit I may have gone just a bit overboard on the dots on this page, but what’s a little girl’s layout if it doesn’t have some bling to it?

Then I added my title, and journaling stickers.

Someone should have called the ‘bling” police on me here.

So that is how I made my cute Easter Bunny scrapbook layout. I hope you enjoyed the tutorial and will make your own fun Easter layout.

My finished Easter layout

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Until next time, “Happy Scrapping”!

Love Penny

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