Shape Up for Spring!

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

We here at OMC are so excited about our new line of Spring Wood Shapes! In fact, we're so excited that we're having a contest and giving away some wood shapes!
 
How to Enter:
Leave a comment on this blog post telling us how YOU would decorate this cute Spring Bunny wood shape featured above! What paper would you use? What embellishments? Would you use vinyl? (Take a peek at our Spring Category to get some inspiration!)

Our OMC Design Team will choose two winners that will be sent their very own bunny wood shape!


Contest Starts: March 14th, 2012 @ 12:01 AM

Contest Ends: March 14th, 2012 @ 11:59 PM

 

Winners will be announced on Facebook on March 15th, so make sure to check back to see if you've won!**

Good luck and happy crafting!




** Winners must claim their prizes within 30 days after the end of the contest.

18 comments:

Crystal said...

I would actually use acrylic paint and paint him like a chocolate bunny and then add some interesting paper flowers for decoration.

Dawn Hopkins said...

I would use the My Mind's Eye Be Amazing papers...I think the blues and yellows would make a lovely, if slightly non-traditional, bunny. I'd add some baker's twine around his neck, and put some buttons and/or bling on for some added decoration.

Thank you so much for the opportunity to win!

Kris said...

I would use soft colors( not sure which paper yet), flower on ear,cotton ball on tail and something around next. I want a sping looking bunny

Traci said...

I am not sure what paper I would use yet but I would cut the ear to make it look like a bite has been taken out of him. I would use some ribbon and flowers to dress it up like the chocolate bunnies I used to get in my Easter basket when I was little.

JaniceA said...

I would use some floral paper with some 3 d flowers some bling and a ribbon around the neck.

AmyJ said...

I would use paint.....to start. Then I would use buttons and ribbon. Maybe some paper for the inner ear.....these are my ideas as of now....but you never know as things come around ideas do change for the better..

KDragonfly Designs said...

I just got some gorgeous spring paper from Theresa Collins and then I'd add some faux grass some cute paper flowers and a fluffy bunny tail. I love decorating for springtime!

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

I would use my scraps and decoupage the entire rabbit. Then add some interesting for the eyes like a button or bling.

jennifer said...

I would use the chocolate box core'dinations along with a pom pom and pink felt, decoupage him bobunny ambrosia papers

eyes2theocean said...

I would apply brown flocking powder to the body and a light pink for the inner ear to cover. Then distress the edges.. I would then apply some die cut swirls and Easter eggs that have been glittered. Not sure what paper I would use though. Maybe some solids with prints for the patterns on the eggs. Then a charm,Prima flowers and some rhinestones for a little bit of accents here and there. Perhaps a little bow affixed to his neck. :)

Linda Harris said...

I would use pastels on her and then add a TuTu skirt to bling her out. And of course lots of diamonds!!!! And a feather poofy for her cute bunny tail!!!!

Carmen said...

I'd use lots of paper and glitter

okienurse said...

What an interesting contest! I love the little bunny and think I would dress her in some type of fabric skin from the Riley Blake Design fabrics ModPodged on. Then embellish her with BoBunny country garden trinkets and brads and maybe a couple sparklies to make her shine. I'd tie a BoBunny Double Dots ribbon around her neck put a flower in her hair and sit her in a bed of 'grass' to display on my hallway table.

fusiafscrapping said...

What a cute little bunny :)
I would paint him with Ranger Ink Adirondack Aacrylic Paint Dabbers,
his eyes would be made form Doodlebug Buttons, I would also tie a Bo Bunny Double Dot Ribbon on his neck.
On the bottom I wold put some flowers made with Sizzix Sizzlits Decorative Strip Die Tattered Flower Garland and Basic Grey Kissing Booth papers.
There would be an inscription "Easter Time" cut out from Vinyl too.

Allen Family said...

I am pretty new to crafting so I would do the easiest thing I know how to do: find some cute and simple paper and modge podge it!
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Scrapycandy said...

This is going to sound strange, but my white cat sheds a lot! And I would cover Mr. Bunny with cat fur and give him a ribbon around his neck. And he would grace my fireplace for years to come! (at Easter) (I know, a little out of the box)

Julie Koets said...

The wood shapes would look great covered with scraps of fun spring papers. Or stamped and embossed with a background stamp.

ohmycrafts said...

Congratulations to our TWO WINNERS
Traci & Linda Harris.

All of your ideas were so cute - thanks for sharing!

Traci and Linda, to claim your prize, please send an email with your mailing address to contest@ohmycrafts.com and put SHAPE UP FOR SPRING in the subject line. You have 30 days to claim your prize.

Linda Harris said...

I would use pastels on her and then add a TuTu skirt to bling her out. And of course lots of diamonds!!!! And a feather poofy for her cute bunny tail!!!!

Traci said...

I am not sure what paper I would use yet but I would cut the ear to make it look like a bite has been taken out of him. I would use some ribbon and flowers to dress it up like the chocolate bunnies I used to get in my Easter basket when I was little.

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