Thursday, March 25, 2021

Easter Treat Boxes

I love making little goodie boxes for the youngsters in our family and these were filled or readied and mailed this week.

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I used the new March Large Die of the Month from Spellbinders called Spring Together with Lever Pull. But I didn't use the lever pull for this box.

Large Die of the Month Membership

This cool set is available this month only by subscription.  If any are left over from the subscriptions they will be available after April 10. You can find it by clicking on the link shown on my Specials & More page.


Isn't this just adorable! I made it so the cover can slide off the box of Animal Crackers. What was great was that I used all scraps to make this!


I used a great print from a pack of retired Fun Stampers Journey prints called Spring Filled Prints. I have very little of this left. I also used my Bearly Art glue (I LOVE this glue!) with its most tiny tip to adhere the itty bitty pieces and hello.  And the little flowers are left over pieces from making flowers with the Simply Perfect Layered Blooms die set. And my QuickStik tool was a GREAT help! I added some little white lines on the critters for fun.

I also made a couple more chickie boxes so now I have 3 for those youngsters...


I have some little treats for 2 and a little toy for the third.  This cutie is from Sizzix Animal Box #2 that I purchased at Hobby Lobby. I show the rabbit HERE.

Today is my class so I'll be making a video on FaceBook then sharing it on YouTube after I get home. I have customers from here to Maryland that can't attend in person so I help them with their kits online. I do limit all attendees and kits to 12 as it does take hours to make up the kits.

Stampin Carol

Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me, though he may die, he shall live.”   John 11:25

 

 

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