Hello there! Today I'm playing along with "Word Week" at Just Us Girls. I created some little Easter treats to give to our neighbor friends.
These treat holders were inspired by Angie over at chic'n scratch. You can find her tutorial for making them HERE :)
I don't always make Easter cards or gifties, so I don't have very many Easter-themed products at all. But this sentiment from Good Egg (by Brandi for Essentials By Ellen) worked perfectly with these chicks decorating their Easter eggs (not to mention the fact that I put an assortment of Dove chocolate eggs in the holders *YAY*).
While I was at it...I made another version as well:
And here's a side view to show how the chocolates fit in there:
I made 3 of each design and can't wait to deliver them! I hope they make our neighbor friends smile :)
Thanks for visiting!
Have a wonderful week!!!
Stamps: Lil' Painters (Mama Elephant), sentiments from Good Egg (by Brandi for Essentials By Ellen) and Critter Card Puns (Paper Smooches)
Ink: Amalgam (Gina K), Limoncello/Orange Twist/Fiesta Blue/Sweet Sixteen/Lime Rickey/Twilight/Party Dress/Sand Castle/It's A Girl (Catherine Pooler)
Blender Pen: N00 (Tombow)
Cardstock: White (Papertrey Ink), Lawn Fawndamentals cardstock in Sherbet (Lawn Fawn)
Patterned Paper: Spring Fling 6x6 (Lawn Fawn), Perfectly Plaid Rainbow 6x6 (Lawn Fawn)
Dies: Lil' Painters (Mama Elephant), A2 Layers (Waffle Flower), Fishtail Flags STAX (MFT), Dots and Dashes (Paper Smooches)
Glitter Pen: Clear Wink Of Stella (Kuretake)
Adhesive: Double-Sided Tape (X-Press It), Mono Multi Liquid Glue (Tombow), Stampin' Dimensionals (Stampin' Up)
Ribbon: White (DeNami Design)
Baker's Twine: Shore and Orchid (The Twinery)
These are adorable, Lisa and sure to be a hit with your neighbors! I have recently become addicted to Dove dark chocolate... pacing myself LOL!! So happy to see you in our gallery.ReplyDelete
Lisa... what an adorable Easter basket! Love the combination of plaid and Mama Elephant chicks! So cute! Thank you so much for joining and sharing at Just Us Girls.ReplyDelete
Love these and so will the neighbors. I think they will be delighted to receive something so cute. That beret just cracks me up, it is adorable. Both scenes are fun for Easter.ReplyDelete
Adorable and edible? A winning combination!ReplyDelete
Lisa I love your Easter basket and what lucky neighbours you have!ReplyDelete
These are so cute and I'm sure will be delightful to the recipient! Thanks for playing with Just Us Girls!ReplyDelete