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Bunnies Cloche

By: Suzanne Cook
Suzanne Cook
Suzanne Cook

Suzanne Cook’s artistic journey started at the young age of six when she won her school’s art competition.  And, the rest is history.  Her love and passion for art made her design career a foregone conclusion and she has never looked back. Suzanne refined her talent at the University of Georgia where she received a B.F.A. in Graphic Design in 1987. 

From her work to her hobbies and her day-to-day life, everything that is Suzanne is art… Her house is filled with an extensive folk art collection as well as art by herself, her husband and daughter, who both are professional artist.

Suzanne is has a reputation for creating art with a positive, whimsical spin that is always colorful and inspiring. Her dreams really did come true when she was able to become one of Plaid’s Design Inspiration Designers!

A Georgia native, Suzanne lives in Suwanee with her husband

Bring your Easter projects to life by creating a 3-D effect with Photo Transfer.
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Skill Level: Intermediate


Mod Podge ® Professional Tool Set
Item #2295
This Mod Podge ® Professional Tool Set is essential for any decoupage crafter. The Brayer is used to smooth paper, fabric and other items onto a surface, providing the right amount of pressure to eliminate air bubbles and with no mess. The Squeegee is used to press paper, fabric and other items into hard-to-reach corners.


Mod Podge ® Photo Transfer Medium, 8 oz.
Item #CS15067
Create decals or appliqués from any original photo or artwork with Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium. Applies to hard surfaces. Hand-washable on fabric.


Other Supplies
Color copies of bunnies
Wax paper
Foam brush
Muslin fabric
Ivory fleece fabric
Bowl of water
Needle & thread
Wooden tree slice
One thin dowel
Bag of dried moss
Glass cloche or smooth vase


  1. Cut out and arrange a selection of bunny image poses and sizes. Use the size of your cloche as a guide for sizing height and width.
  2. One at a time, lay a bunny image on top of a sheet of wax paper print side up. Generously paint a smooth layer of Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium over the image. You should barely be able to see the bunny.
  3. Bend the wax paper away to release the prepared image and carefully lay the image on a clean piece of wax paper. Gently lay a piece of fabric over the image. Press softly. Flip the fabric over and carefully squeegee the image to the fabric. Press along the edge with your finger to ensure good contact. Let dry 24 hours.
  4. Repeat steps 2-3 for each bunny.
  5. To reveal image, press a damp sponge over the image and let sit for 2 minutes. Gently begin rubbing the paper off in circular motions. This will take 2-4 times letting the image dry in between rubbings.
  6. To create a 3D bunny, pin the prepared image fabric to a piece of fleece. Do not trim the fabric yet. Sew a simple running stitch around the bunny close to the image. Leave the bottom of the bunny open to insert the stuffing. Stitch closed.
  7. Trim the fabric around your bunny. Repeat step 6-7 for each image.
  8. Place your largest bunny first on the wood slice and place a mark that is the center of the bottom of the bunny. Drill a small hole and insert the dowel. Cut a small hole in the bottom of the bunny. Slide the bunny onto the dowel. This will help the bunnies stay upright. Trim the dowel as necessary for the height of your selected bunny.
  9. Cover the wood slice with moss. Arrange and prop you bunnies together. Cover with the glass cloche.
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