I am pretty proud of actually coming up with my own little idea for these...you guys know I don't do many 3D items and that I'm usually too lazy to come up with templates on my own, lol! ;-) Ian loves these Annie's fruit snacks and I love the little bunny from the basket bunch set, so that's how I came up with my idea. If he'd needed more than 10 of these I would have lost my mind though, lol!
My bunny is embossed and then colored in on watercolor paper. I used a little bit of blushing bride on his cheeks too, to make them rosy. And you may notice that some of my sentiments in the first photo aren't as crisp...that's because I totally cheated and photocopied them on our cardstock. I mean, did 10 two year olds care? No, they probably just ripped them open immediately lol! And while I love that labeler set, stamping all of them just wasn't happening! So that's a little hack if you don't really care if they are "perfect". Your copier/printer is your friend!
They are basically a matchbook and I just measured one of the packages to get my dimensions. If you use a different type of fruit snacks, you'll have to measure to adjust. And I feel I should mention that somehow, after I made my prototype, I cut and scored ALL TEN WRONG and had to start over. UGH! I used our mini stapler because I have it (and I'm super sad it's gone) but you could easily use any desk stapler.
You don't want to cut to or past that score line, but just above it (you can however make it work if you mess it up...just staple it like normal and it will work but just not look as cute...you know I did this at least once). It should end up looking like this. And if you didn't cut as much as you need to, you can line it back up and try again, the die should stick down into the groove that you cut if you just gently run it over the area.
I hope that all made sense! And sorry it's taken me so long to share these! They would also make really cute Easter treats though!