For the onesie: first stamp your bunny on white CS and on your DP. Take a pen and make a vertical line across each arm to make a"sleeve". Add a curved line from one side of the neck to the other. Now a diagonal line from hip to bottom on each side for the leg holes (Next time I make a card like this, I would go a little lower with these, this was a bit high in the thigh, but I wasn't throwing away a perfectly good piece of DP to redo it!) Now this last step is optional but makes it more like a onesie than a leotard: draw a horizontal line(slightly curved like his bottom) and three little dots or circles below it to look like snaps. Stamp on your greeting or other image on the onesie front and cut, mount on your white bunny, a perfect fit!! (YES!!)
I think once I find a suitable frame or shadow box, I will frame this to give as a gift instead of leaving it a "card". Sometime they have nice pain white ones at the dollar store, not this week, so I will go check out IKEA. I will come back and post an after pic when the project is "just so", along with a couple other fun ways to dress up a plain frame.
TIP: Remember these small format "cards" ARE art and often warrant a beautiful frame! When you've spent all that time and worked that hard to create something, consider making THAT the GIFT and skip tucking it in an envelope. You can write your message with a permanent marker on the back of the frame (or if you have nice handwriting and a memorable sentiment, perhaps even on the frame's mat. :)
BUNNY PIECING TIP: If you are piecing the whole bunny(an example, with a "twist", to come in a few days!) cut off the whiskers and mount on a pre-stamped bunny(just like my frog tip in previous post)
Still working on getting my blog candy photographed it will be up later this weekend!