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These Big Shot Softie Friends are easy to make and oh-so-cute! Every piece of each of the Softies is due cut using the Big Shot and a variety of dies. Any child would love to have a Softie Friend to play with! They would also make great gifts for a baby shower! Once you make one Softie and see how easy they are to make, you'll want to make a bunch more!
Here's a cute little set of Easter Bunny treats for your favorite little somebunnies! Pair the treats up with the coordinating card and you're good to go. Makes a great gift for the kids, teachers, or anyone else that you want to impress with your craftiness!
This adorable punch art bunny looks so cute on both Easter baskets and cards! Use it to decorate this cute little treat basket or to put inside of an Easter pop-up card. Make both for the special little bunnies in your life! This project is also a fun class project!
Wow them with this beautiful four-compartment treat box filled with a variety of candies or other goodies! The accompanying card coordinates perfectly for an extra special touch! And it's so easy to use the instructions and template, change up the colors, and use for any occasion…birthdays, Valentines day, Easter, you name it!
We were going to take this Friday off over at my Sisters in Stamping blog this week, but at the last minute we all decided to make something to share and post! I wanted to share this little project because I went in and made it with Jacie's class!
I love going in and making projects with the kids. They are so creative and so appreciative of the projects! Here are some pictures from our fun time!
Brianna and Jacie with their little bunny baskets!
I got lots of hugs and kisses from the kids!
Jacie's friends Shawna Lee and Tate!
Bailey bunny and her little basket!
Maddie and Shawna Lee!
Happy Good Friday to you!
Peeps are so cute, but you can't give them to someone in the box they come in! Here is a little box and matching card that you can use to give your peeps some Peeps this Easter!!
To get the instructions for this fun little Easter project, just head on over to Craft Project Central and subscribe to April!
And in case you're interested some Peeps fun facts!
- Peeps were introduced in 1953 by the Just Born company out of Bethlehem PA. At that time it took 27 hours to create one marshmallow Peep! Today it takes six minutes.
- As many as 4.2 million marshmallow Peeps bunnies and other shapes can be made each day.
- Yellow Peeps are the most popular, followed by pink, lavender, blue and white.
- Each Easter season more than 700 million marshmallow Peeps, shaped like chicks, bunnies, and eggs are purchased making them the most popular non-chocolate Easter candy!
Hope you're having a wonderful weekend!
Easter is just three short weeks away!! Have you made a little something for the kids, their teachers, your co-workers, babysitters, neighbors, etc.?!? Well this beautiful and clever box is a perfect way to present four chocolate Cadbury eggs!! The insert holds the eggs in place and the removable top makes it easy to open and close. Remove the insert and you can fill the box with other treats! Makes a fun class or club project as well!!
Here's a pretty little banner that you can easily make and use to decorate your home to celebrate Easter! While you're at it, make several and give them away! This pretty project is also a fun and easy class project!
It's always so much fun getting together with some of my downline at our group meetings. We talk a little about current Stampin' Up! business, share, swap, do a project, and just eat drink and be merry!
Here are the swaps that I received at the meeting as well as the project that we all made.
Designed by Krista.
Designed by Misa.
Designed by Naoko.
Designed by Stephanie.
And our project designed by Jane. This is the front view. It's a pop-up Easter Card.
This side view hopefully gives you a better idea of how the card pops up!
Thank you Jane for designing such a cute and fun project for us!!
If you'd like information on joining our group and attending our meetings, please let me know! We'd love to have you join the fun!
This easy and beautiful treat box can be adapted for any occasion from Easter to Christmas! Try changing up the papers and embellishments to suit the theme. This box uses Window Sheet but can also be made with card stock for the body of the box. Makes a great party favor, and is a fun class or club project!