Hop To It Easter Bunny Wobbler Card

Photoplay Hop To It Easter Bunny Wobbler Card with Really Reasonable Ribbon

Hello, Friends!  Easter is right around the corner, but if you Hop To It you still have time to make this adorable Easter Bunny Wobbler Card.  What’s a wobbler card?  Well, I placed a small coil of thin wire behind my Easter bunny.  Now when you touch him, he wobbles like a bowl full of Jelly Beans!

How hilarious is that?

 Can you spy the Pastel Plaid Belly Band?  It makes me think of Jelly Beans, too!   Top it with  a Hot Pink Double Faced Satin Bow from the March Ribbon Club Assortment.  Then add some Iridescent Metallic String and Spring Chrysanthemums for the perfect finishing touch.

TIP: Add layers and dimension by backing fussy cut elements with foam tabs.  It’s a simple trick, but it really makes a card come alive.

Create a little pocket inside the card, then fill it up with tasty Easter Chocolate Treats.  (They’re Easter Bunny approved!)

Since Easter comes late this year, you still have time to put together some adorable Easter cards for friends and family.  But….you’d better Hop To It!

You’ll find a linked supply list below this post.

Now go make something beautiful!




3 thoughts on “Hop To It Easter Bunny Wobbler Card

  1. Gena Krannig

    What a precious card, Kathy! How awesome to make a wobbly bunny. He is so cute and those decorated eggs are so pretty. I love the little bunny images on the inside and of course that treat pocket! This is going to make a wonderful Easter/gift card. Thank you for sharing! Hugs!

  2. Martie Rollin

    Love the cuteness level of this card!!! Now and again, I will add one of those little springs to a focal image on a card…definitely brings on a smile of creative fun!! This year, Easter falls on my son’s birthday…luck of the calendar. I like this one!

  3. Susan Steele

    How adorable Kathy!!! Your bunny wobbles so cutely!!! This is the cutest card …can’t wait to try it for my grandsons! Thanks for sharing another great trick! Hugs, Suzy Q

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