Easter Bunny Cutout / Outline

10801707_10153029929365630_3993775323648273587_nUse this graphic to:

~Have a coloring contest with the kids – print as a 8″ x10″

~Print four per page and use different colored pastel papers and then attach side by side for garland going across

~Print four per page and use different colored pastel papers and then attach top to bottom for garland going up and down

~Print twelve per page and use as scrapbook garnishment

~Print twelve per page and use as pin on name cards

~Print twelve per page and use as table name cards

Anything else anyone can think of post in comments….. I am sure the creative people can come up with lots of ideas!

Scrapbook Flower From Cupcake Liner

Scrap Booking Using Kitchen Supplies

Simple techniques can add serious “wow” to your scrapbook layouts when you use unusual supplies to create page accents. And cupcake liners, a kitchen staple, are a perfect substitute for patterned paper when you create flowers. The lightweight texture adds an element of surprise to your creation.

Here, we’ll show you two “can’t miss” flower ideas for your cupcake liners: fringed flowers and box flowers.

1. Fold cupcake liner in half. Cut fringe along crimped edge of liner. Unfold.

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2. Cut another liner in spiral direction, leaving nickel-sized circle as the base.

 

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3. Adhere spiral to circle base in circular fashion. Top with button or brad.

How to Create a Cupcake Liner Box Flower

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1. Fold four cupcake liners in half.

 

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2. Layer folded liners over one another and secure together with adhesive.

 

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3. Fold back each cupcake liner edge to add dimension.

(Originally posted at: http://www.creatingkeepsakes.com/articles/Box_Flower_and_Fringe_Flower_Techniques?bc=c ! Scrap Booking Technique: Using Cupcake Liners to Create Flower Accents by Joannie McBride)