Challenge #44: Bunny

Good morning, crafty friends!

Welcome to our birthday tribute to one fantastic wabbit . . . Happy 71st Birthday, Bugs Bunny!  The Design Team was challenged this week to incorporate a bunny into their projects.  Take it away, ladies . . . .

Stacey used the Baby Steps cartridge for this super sweet card.
Check out the details on her blog.

Madison used Kate's ABCs to create this adorable alphabet LO.
Make sure you click over to her blog to check out the details.

Maria Elena used the Christmas Cheer cartridge to create this fun layout.
Rush on over to her blog to see the particulars -- don't be late!

Make sure you head over to Jean's blog to see how she created this
cute layout using the ZooBalloo and Don Juan cartridges.

Karla created this precious card using the Simply Charmed cartridge.
Hop on over to her blog to see the recipe.

Jen used Everyday Paper Dolls and Doodlecharms to create this fun
birthday card.  Check out the details on her blog.

The Disney Classics cartridge was Roberta's go-to for this cute card featuring Thumper!
Make sure you hop on over to her blog and check out the details.

Gaby used Life's A Party to make this cute little pencil holder!
Make sure you head on over to her blog to see how she created it. 

Now it’s your turn, let’s see your creative, Cricut best! Remember our guidelines . . .

1. It must be a new project with a Cricut cut.
2. Post your project on your blog and include a link back to CookingWithCricut.com
3. And the best rule of all -- you MUST HAVE FUN!

An as always, thank you for joining us.  We appreciate it so much!


  1. What fun, *hoppy* cards by the DT! And happy birthday to Bugs Bunny, my favorite rabbit :)

  2. I made 2 bunny cards for secret sister's this last Easter. I just now added them to my gallery on scrapbook.com. Sorry they're sideways.. was having some problems. But here are the links...



  3. What a great challenge. Thanks for the chance to enter. The DT projects are amazing.

    creativediva98 at gmail dot com

  4. What a challenge!! I had a time with this card. It sure was fun though. :)

    Cheryl @ CardsbyCG.blogspot.com

  5. The design team projects are so absolutely fabulous - as always! And so inspiring! Thanks for another fun challenge :)


  6. Very creative .. thanks a lot for sharing ..

  7. Some Bunny likes this challenge as in my Snow Bunny.
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

  8. I love using Kate's ABC for granddaughter layouts so right away thought of the bunnies on there. Yeah another layout done.

  9. The DT creations are always so beautiful and inspiring... I love seeing what everyone comes up with each week! Thank you for another fun challenge. I just love it here. :o)

    Hugs and blessings! :o)

  10. I missed this challenge. But all the projects were great. Great inspiration. Thanks CallyAnn

  11. Thanks for the chance to enter. The DT projects are amazing. I love it!

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