12 Day of Easter – Day Nine

I can’t believe we are already on Day Nine!  Today I started to think that I better decide what I’m going to do for Jaelyn’s classmates for Easter.  Here I’ve been working hard on ideas for different Easter projects to write about and I haven’t stopped and made some of the items for Jaelyn’s class.  Of course, I asked Jaelyn today what she wanted and she pointed to today’s project.  I think that’s because this one has the most candy.  Several other projects I didn’t have the candy in them, so she thought they wouldn’t get any candy with those.  It’s funny how a 6 year old mind works.  Let’s see what you think…is today’s project the best one so far???

Supplies List:

  • Paper 

    • Granny Apple Green Card Stock
    • Flirty Flamingo Card Stock
    • Whisper White Card Stock
    • Gingham Gala 6″ x 6″ DSP
  • Stamp Set/Die Set

    • A Good Day Stamp Set
    • Stitched Labels Die Set
  • Ink Pads/Blends

    • Memento Tuxedo Black
    • Smoky Slate Blends
    • Flirty Flamingo Blends
  • Embellishments/Miscellaneous

    • All My Love Ribbon
    • Clear Tiny Treat Boxes

Instructions:

  • Start by building the clear tiny treat box

  • Paper

    • Cut a strip of 1 1/2″ x 8 1/4″ Granny Apple Green Card Stock
      • Cut along the long side, downward approx 1″ and approx 1/8 ” – 1/4″ wide.  Creating “grass” look
      • Run tear and tape along bottom of grass and attach to bottom of box
    • Cut a 1 7/8″ x 1 7/8″ square of Gingham Gala and attach to inside top of box using Tombow Glue
  • Using your die cut machine

    • Cut the circular label out o Flirty Flamingo
  • Stamp

    • Stamp the sentiment on the Flirty Flamingo circular stitched shape
    • Stamp the bunny on a piece of Whisper White Card Stock
      • Color bunny using Smoky Slate and Flirty Flamingo blends
      • Fussy Cut bunny
      • Attach to the Flirty Flamingo circular stitched shape
    • Tie a bow and attach to Flirty Flamingo circular stitched shape
    • Attach Flirty Flamingo circular stitched shape to the top of the treat box
  • Fill and Finish

    • Fill the treat box with some cute candy such as chocolate Easter eggs or Chocolate carrots
    • And you are finished!  Wasn’t that quick & easy and it even turned out cute?!?

Which do you like better?  The Chocolate Eggs or the Chocolate Carrots?