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March 15, 2012

Design Team:Debi Tullier Week 10 Term 2

Bunny Hop

Debi has an adorable project today! And this is sure to attract a few bunnies, for Easter!

Here is her How-To:

The Bunny is Coming!

I know that I am a Bake 'N Shrink fiend. I love this stuff, I can’t help but find reasons to make fun things with it. I was thinking about a different gift for my Grand-daughter and a carrot necklace for Easter came hopping into my mind.

I know that she will love it as we all love our Carets….OOOPS wrong one. Well we do love Carrots as well. She will love this little Monogrammed Carrot pendant. The Bunny also says it it very light to hop around with!
Bake ‘N   Shrink from

Carrot shaped svg (not sure where it   is from)

Jewelry findings from JoAnn's   Fabrics

Ranger Melting Pot from


CraftwellUSA’s Die Cutting   System

Prismacolor Markers from Dick   Blick

Colorboxx inks from Hobby   Lobby

Ribbon from JoAnn's   Fabrics

Initial Stamps from Hobby Lobby

A very easy project. I first cut the Bake’N Shrink out with my eCraft cutter. It really does cut nicely with the ecraft machine.

I then quickly took my Prismacolor markers and shaded my “carrot” I used the cute letter stamps to personalize the carrot. I am such a big kid when it comes to shrink it. I love to watch it bend and twist and then shrink and turn flat again.

Once I finished shrinking it I decided it needed a very shiny finish. I have just received my Ranger’s Melting Pot and put some of the UTEE into it. It melted almost instantly. I placed the pendant into the liquid UTEE and voile! there it was a mirror glaze on my cute pendant. I held it over the pot until it was dry and not dripping. I love the way it looks and feels, more importantly I can’t wait for my Grand-daughter to open the “egg” which contains it to see her beautiful face light up.
Happy Spring it is Sprung!!!
Much more to come!

Hugs to all, Debi

Thank you Debi! How sweet is this project? To see more of Debi's projects, visit her personal blog here:

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