Friday, March 12, 2010

Easter Treats


These are a few of the Easter treats that I made for the grandchildren this year. I don't have a milk carton die, but found a tutorial under the Resources page on SCS and used that. I did have to "tweek" it just a little to get it like I wanted it though. The "window" on the pink one where you see the Jelly Beans was done using some recycled clear "stuff" that one of the embossing folders came in.

As you can see, several different colors of cardstock and DP was used. The duck and rabbit stamp were some I picked up in the $1.00 bin at Michaels by Craft Smart. The little chick is Stampabilities. I also used various markers and Prismacolor pencils to color the images - as well as using various punches. The clips up at the top are badge clips. I just cut off the plastic part that's attached to them.

Thanks for stopping by..................
Lynn

11 comments:

lcamacho said...

Your grandchildren are going to love these cute gifts.I love that you recycled,very clever

Lynn said...

What adorable Easter treats, Lynn!! I cut up and use all that clear stuff, too!

Sihui said...

Those are SO cute!

TrishG said...

Very cute. I love the color combinations.

Karen Howard said...

These are really cute! Love the colors and the images, they will love them too!

Carrie said...

Your grandkids will love these they are just too cute.

Cindy said...

Very cute! Love the use of the badge clips!

Patty (LaLatty) said...

Oh, these are really cute! Don't you just love those $1 stamps?! I just made a card last night using the duck w/ hat image, but I didn't have a chance to upload it onto my blog just yet.

Wonderful Easter treats, thanks for sharing- these are a great idea.....maybe for my son's preschool.

Sarah said...

These are darling! I love the window with the scalloped circle around it. You did a great job on these- and to think you didn't even use the milk carton die! I am sure your grandkids will love them!

Susan (peebsmama) said...

You did a great job with the boxes. They are adorable.

Sharon Keanly said...

I love these boxes. Well done! Hugs Sharon