Bunny Sticker Paper Card and Envelope Using Cricut
Cut, peel, and stick with Adhesive-Backed Deluxe Paper! With a variety of colors and patterns on the front and mess-free adhesive on the back, paper projects have never been easier. Create this charming bunny card for Easter greetings in a matter of minutes.
- Cricut Adhesive-backed Sticker Paper (I'm using Cricut Joy Adhesive-Backed Deluxe Paper in Anna Griffin Rose)
- White cardstock
- Scrapbook paper, 12x12 inch patterned of choice
- Tape runner or your favorite paper adhesive
Make the Project
Find this project - Bunny Sticker Paper Card and Envelope - shared in Cricut Design Space.
Cut an assortment of 2x2 inch plain squares and 2x2 inch squares with bunny cutouts from adhesive-backed paper. Cut the 6x8 inch card base from white cardstock and fold it in half to create a 4x6 inch card base. Cut the envelope from 12x12 inch scrapbook paper.
I like to use the patterned side of the paper as the inside of the envelope, leaving the plain side outside for addressing. Fold the side flaps to the inside as shown.
Fold up the envelope bottom and adhere it to the side flaps using a tape runner or glue stick. Fold down the envelope flap.
Decide how you'd like to lay out the solid and cut bunny squares on the front of the card. When you are pleased with the arrangement, adhere the cut bunny square to its corresponding solid square. Then adhere the solid square to the card front - butting each one up next to the other - to fit 6 exactly on the face of the card.
If you'd like, use the bunny cut outs to add additional embellishment to the card or envelope. Et viola! Happy making!
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