This is a version of the lunch bag bunnies I made a couple of years ago. It's basically a strip of wrapping paper, wrapped around a curvy keepsake box, filled with goodies. Hey, this can be given to a guy! Yay, I made something kinda masculine! :)
This is so stinkin' cute! I made it using the berry basket bigz, oval collection framelits, bow builder and circle punches. My favorite part is the gold bow. It gives it a little glam! I hope I can find the perfect "glam" treat to put inside. :)
The polka dot cone cello bags in the Occasions catalog are the perfect carrot shape, so that's what I made. :) I used my fringe scissors and a strip of green paper to create the top of my carrot. I finished it off with a little ribbon and tag.
I just love this little Leprechaun hat! I made it with a mini coffe cup and a 3" circle. The buckle is a made with black ribbon, 1/2" and 1" square punches. Now I need to fill it with a green treat. :)
Stampin' Up! sold a "Season of Sweets Designer Kit" a while back. These cute little pouches were part of the kit. I used the bow from the cutie pie thinlits and the handpicked framelits to create an Easter tag, then filled it with Reese's Pieces Eggs. I can't decide if I should make them for my Easter table favors, tuck them in our Easter baskets or give them to co-workers. :)
I created this box with an 8 x 8 sheet of cardstock and my gift box punch board. I closed the top with ribbon to create ears. I wish I had pink wired ribbon, it would've been easier to shape the ears, but he's still darn cute. :)
The body of this chick is made from the circle collection framelits and the wings are from a scallop circle punch. I snipped a petal from the flower medallion punch to create the beak. The eyes are from the owl builder punch. The ribbon is sweet little edition and helps keep the treat snug inside.