Hello everyone! Today I want to share a cute little treat bag that I created with some new Lawn Fawn stamps and dies as well as a few older Lawn Fawn dies. I am a huge fan of Lawn Fawn products. They have cornered the market on cuteness in my opinion. Heres a photo of the treat bag that I created.
I used the Lawn Fawn treat bag die as the base for my project. I also used their new Perfectly Plaid spring design papers to die cut the bag. If you love plaids then this collection pack is a must have! I wanted my treat bag to have a little interaction so I used the Lift the Flap die set and cut a hidden flap on the front of my treat bag.
When the flap is open you will see the little Easter eggs.
There you have it! Have a great week!
Lawn Fawn products used
Treat Bag Die
Lift the Flap Die
Grassy Border Die
Happy Easter Border Die
Some Bunny Stamp and Die set
Perfectly Plaid Spring 12×12 Collection
Hi everyone! Today I want to share a couple of little Easter treat holders. Mary at CardzTV is having a 3D challenge. For the challenge you are to create a treat holder for Easter. I used the CardzTv stamp set Happy Days for my project. I actually created a treat bag as well as a little pillow box.
For the little treat bag I used some really fun colored vellum from Doodlebug. It has little dots on it as well. It comes in some really fun spring colors and I thought the purple would look cute with my little “peep” die cut.
The treat bag is a die from Stampin Up. I used a Martha Stewart border punch as a little belly band and placed my die cut peep onto some stitched ovals. I added a little die cut tag and stamped Happy Easter on it and then finished it off with a little twine bow.
I used my Pillow Box punch board for the little Easter pillow box. I placed the die cut peep onto a circle and then layered a scalloped circle behind it. I stamped the Happy Easter sentiment onto some pink cardstock then used a small scallop circle to punch it out.
Hello everyone! Today I have a fun Pinterest inspired project to share with you. I created some fun little mini Easter baskets using the beautiful Graphic 45 Gilded Lily 6×6 papers. I think these would be adorable on the table for Easter brunch.
I will be sharing the tutorial for this cute project at the end of the video. Have a great weekend!
Hello everyone! Today I have a project to share with you that I created for the Miss Kate Cuttables Blog. I just got a new Cricut Explore Air during the launch on HSN. I was really excited when it arrived so I decided to use it to create my project for Miss Kate. Since I’m really new to all of the workings of this awesome machine I wanted to keep my project simple so I created my first Easter card. Here is the file that I used for my project.
And here is the card that I created.
Instead of using all of the cuts from the eggs I wanted to cut them with some design paper. So I just used the back layer.
I also wanted my Easter eggs to come out of the basket so I created little photo mats out of them.
I used lots of dimension to the front part of the basket. I stamped my sentiment on some kraft paper and punched it out with an oval punch and layered it on a scalloped oval punch. I added a couple of homemade enamel dots as well.
I added some design paper to the inside of the card to finish it off and added some more homemade enamel dots.
That’s my card. I hope you like it. I’m still learning about my new Cricut Explore Air. It’s a pretty amazing machine! Have a great week!
Hello everyone! Today I have a quick Easter card to share with you.I created this fun card using two different files from MissKateCuttables. I used the Cutesy Easter Eggs and the Spring Border Set.
My card measures 5×7. I used a decorative edge punch for the top of the card and saved the little floral cutouts from the pink egg to add to the scalloped border. I tucked the cute eggs behind the grass border that I cut from some shimmer green card stock by Bazzill.
I stamped Happy Easter on the inside of the card using a CardzTv stamp.