Bunny Easel Dies - Made Easy

Bunny Easel Dies - Made Easy

Hi crafters,

Today is the official first day of Spring! If you have the 3D Bunny Easel Dies, then hop on over to make this adorable card with us. If you don't have them yet, they are on sale on our website this week. We love the way you can share spring blessings as a special card or create a decorative table place card or centerpiece for your upcoming celebrations.

Let's get started!

First, you will cut the easel layer out using double-sided patterned cardstock to become the base. You will want to use our Empress Large Full Plate Set for this die.

Next, die cut the bunny shadow layer die using matching, double-sided patterned cardstock.

Create the bunny by die cutting the bunny layer using brown matte foil cardstock (ours is from the Dark Matte Foil Cardstock).

Die cut the bunny layer twice using metallic white cardstock from our Soft Hues Metallic Layers II.

To create more paper piecing magic, make die cuts of the embellishment dies. Our lavender cardstock is from Perfect Palette 6x8 Cardstock. Die cut the pedestal, platter, eggs and easel stand dies. Die Cut the decorative dies in lavender, white, pink and brown cardstock along with our gold foil matte cardstock to create additional, beautiful embellishments from our Foil Matte Cardstock Bundle GoldSoft Hues Metallic Layers II, and Perfect Palette 6x8 Cardstock.

Fussy cut the bunny from the pedestal platter. You can use your favorite pair of scissors; we will be using the bunny portion.

Fussy cut one white metallic bunny from the pedestal platter. We will only be using the pedestal platter portion. Leave one of your bunnies intact.

Attach the purple and gold embellishment die cut to pieces to the white, fussy cut layer.

Double-sided adhesive will work great on the brown matte foil fussy cut bunny to adhere to the full, white metallic bunny.

Adhere the bunny shadow layer to the bunny easel die.

Foam squares can be used to attach the white and brown bunny layer to the shadow layer on the easel.

 Attach the embellishments directly to this layer to add depth.

Attach the pedestal platter layer creating a unique perspective and add floral embellishments (floral embellishments are from our Flower Cart Easel Finishing School Craft Box). For a finishing touch on the front of the card easel add the Spring Blessings sentiment.

To make your easel to stand-up, attach the easel stand, signature card and egg embellishments on the inside of the card. This card will bring spring cheer to anyone who is blessed to receive it!
There are many ways you can experiment with the 3D Bunny Easel Dies.
Wow your guests with a place cards for that spring time party.
 Share a Happy Birthday Wish for your best friend. 
Simply say Happy Easter and add a little gift note for your card recipient.
We hope that you have enjoyed this week's tutorial with the 3D Bunny Easel Dies.  Wishing you the best start to this spring season! Today's how to will be here on the blog for the next week and afterwards you can access it anytime with an AG Membership in Finishing School.
Make sure to join us tomorrow at 12pm EST for our AGTV - Paper Circus Show.  You won't want to miss it!



Email hello@annagriffin.com

Call (888) 817-8170

Mon-Fri, 8AM–4:30PM ET

Back to blog


Thanks! No bunny likevyou, Anna!

Brenda Tatchell

That bunny is real cute.

Patti Breidenstein

Love the chocolate and vanilla bunnies. Yummy.

Pamela Lee

Funny Bunny Time …Its Spring when this is when we see NEW life ! New grass growing, new flowers blooming, trees sprouting new leaves , new baby bunnies , chickens and other animals! Signs of New Spring Time Life ! So this Binnt Easel card is perfect for Easter or other happy times to celebrate ! 🐇🐣🌸🌺🌼

Annie Laura Pence

That’s the cutest Bunny Easel ever, Anna, and I enjoyed today’s ‘how-tutorial’ very much! The 3D-details of your dies are beyond exquisite, and I love the idea of table-places most! Thanks very much, and I’m looking forward seeing you and everyone on AGTV tomorrow, March 20! Spring has now SPRUNG! XO~

Shellie Fontana

Leave a comment