Friday, March 27, 2015

Happy Spring

Welcome to Cuddly Cute Designs’ first ever Easter Hop! Our amazing Design Team has put together some projects to “DYE” for and we hope you will find EGG-actly the inspiration you need to complete your Easter projects! So grab your basket and get ready to hop on through our Bunny Trail. Be sure to “Like” each Design Team member’s FB Page, comment on their Hop Project, and leave a comment on the CCD fan page to qualify for our Grand Prize! One lucky “Hopper” will win a $25 gift voucher from Cuddly Cute Designs and there will be some other Easter goodies being given away by a few of our DT members along the way!

ALSO, we'll be playing a little game throughout our hop in order for you to claim your hop FREEBIE! On every post, there will be a section of a code phrase. Collect the entire phrase by stopping at each DT member's fanpage then send us an message with this code on the Cuddly Cute Designs facebook page and we'll send you the freebie.


If you hopped over here from Jenni's page, then you are in the right spot.

For my Easter Hop project I have made these adorable Easter Baskets.  These were really simple to make, but a little time consuming at the same time.  I love to use the print and cut on my cameo and when I combine this feature with the adorable files from Cuddly Cute Designs, it is a win/win for everyone. 

The biggest issue I have with doing print and cut on vinyl is making sure you take advantage of the entire sheet of vinyl so you do not waste anything.  After all, once you put the registration marks on the vinyl (so you can cut it) you have pretty much used the vinyl for print and cut.   Let's just say, I made this mistake the first time I printed vinyl.  

You will notice that there are two different files used her.  The adorable bunny with the carrot, Tami was kind enough to make for me.  I needed a design for a young boy, and the sweet bunny with the flower just would not do. 

I am thinking of adding a few puppets from the bunny file or other files and put them on craft sticks to add to the baskets. This is a fast, fun, and easy project to do as long as you pay attention to the details. 

Your next “Hop” stop will be with Katie.

If you get lost along the Bunny Trail, here is a complete lineup so you can find your way around:

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