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Hoppy Easter 3D Frameables

Bunny Kisses & Easter Wishes 3-D Frameable

Hey everybody! Leslie here, sharing a fun Easter home decor project featuring one of the new 3-D Frameables in the store - the Base with Scallop Frame and Word n Shape Hoppy-Bunny! I used a combination of patterned papers, washi tape, alcohol markers and the hubby's Dymo labeler from back in the day. Remember the Dymo labelers?! LOL! I'm not really laughing too hard because they are making a come-back... I've seen quite a few projects lately with those awesome funky vintage labels!


I started with the Base with Scallop Frame. I covered the smaller base piece with green and white gingham paper and the larger base piece with green wood-look paper, and adhered them together. I then covered the scallop frame with ombre purple wood-look paper and added four long strips of purple skinny washi tape. I printed the large Easter sentiment on white cardstock, colored the hearts and eggs with alcohol markers, and adhered it between the layers of the frame.

Next, I moved to the Word n Shape Hoppy-Bunny. I covered the bunny with pink and white gingham paper and added mini wiggly eyes and a blue seam binding bow around her neck. I colored Hoppy with a yellow alcohol marker and added the Easter sentiment created with the Dymo labeler.


Here are a couple angled shots. These 3-D Frameables are super fun! If you've not played with any of them yet, why not?! A good time is guaranteed! ;)

Clear Scraps products used:
Base with Scallop Frame
Word n Shape Hoppy-Bunny

Other products used:
Patterned paper, digital Easter sentiment printed on white cardstock, alcohol markers, craft glue, brayer, skinny washi tape, wiggly eyes, label maker, blue seam binding

I hope you're inspired to get out those craft supplies and play! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time!

Scrappy hugs,


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