Isn't that what rabbits do...well these guys are so much fun to make that 2 more popped up on my desk today. One even volunteered to be the tutorial model. I've taken several photos to lay out the instructions for you. I hope they all make sense but feel free to let me know if you have any questions. You'll need a piece of CS 6 3/4" by 4 1/2 ". So you can get 2 out of one sheet of standard CS. A word about measurements...DON'T BE SCARED. Your trimmer has marks for 1/16, 1/8, 1/4 and 1/2 and all the combinations in between. When I give you the score measurements I'm going to put in parentheses how I count to figure out the measurement. If it helps each "panel" is 1 7/8 (one eighth less than 2) and each following score is 3/8" (if 2 eighths is one fourth than 3 eighths is one eighth more).
On the long side of your CS score at 1 7/8 the 2 1/4, 4 1/8, 4 1/2, 6 3/8 (one eighth less than 6 1/2) and 6 3/4....see not that bad.
You need to cut about a half inch wide by 10 inch long piece of plastic grocery bag. This is the mechanism.
For more on this it is really helpful to watch Dawn's video. Attach the strip ends to themselves ...here you'll see I used scor-tape but you can use red line tape as well. This is on the first panel you scored. The skinny last piece is on your right. Punch half of a 3/4" punch in the middle panel to be a pull slot.
Attach the chocolate bunny to the far left panel. Glue his "bottom" to the bottom. He should only be attached to the grocery bag. Fold him over on his tummy and attach your message slider. I used a piece of whisper white cut at 1 3/4 by 4". Your message is important so attach it to the TOP (that's just a way to remember where to attach the bunny and the message).
Apply tape to the skinny last bit and make sure it cups over and around the message slider...I always wanted to be a hand model. That's it....decorate the front and stamp your inside message.
I hope you enjoy this tutorial and I hope they bring joy to all who see them.