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Easter Wreath Card

Can you believe Easter is in two days? Not to mention it's the first day of April. Where does the time go?  Remember the Wonderful Wreath Framelits? I used them to create the wreath on this Easter card.  The flowers I added are my favorite, they give it a sweet Spring touch.  Happy Spring! I hope you have a wonderful and blessed Easter. 

Clear Bunny Box

You know how I feel about being able to peek at the contents of the gift before it's open. Love it! 😍 This clear box however, shows more than a peek.  So, I added a belly band and Easter tag to create the perfect "peeking" bunny box. 😉

Turtles With Bunny Ears

Didn't take much to dress up these turtles.  I used the Blossom Petals Builder punch and the Bow Builder punch to create a couple of bunny ears.  So cute, so simple and an adorable Easter basket treat.

Cracked Easter Egg

A couple little treats is all I need to finish this creation.  To make it I die cut two pieces of patterned paper using the third largest oval in the Oval Collections Framelits. I free cut one of the pieces to look like it was cracked then cut 1/2" off the bottom of each, so the egg can stand.  The piece holding the two eggs together is a 1 1/2" x 6" piece of the same patterned paper.  It's scored at 2" and 4" then 1/4" on the remaining two sides. The flower was created with the Pansy and Petite Petals punches.

Easter Egg Hunt

No need to search far and wide for these eggs.  They're hidden in the grass, but this grass was made with the Basket Builder Framelits and attached to a tag made with the Scalloped Tag Topper punch.  I think the chocolate lover will enjoy this type of Easter egg hunt. Don't you?

St. Paddy’s Hearts

Most people like peanut butter and chocolate, so why not make them part of a St. Patrick's Day treat? 😋 The fact that they're hearts is an added bonus! I placed three of the hearts in a box I created with the My Creative Time, Treat Slider Box. It fits perfectly inside a 2" x 8" Stampin' Up! cello bag. Because green and gold are a must I used them on my tag, it's stamped with It's A Wrap Holidays, Stampin' Up! stamp set.

Curvy Keepsake Easter Treat

The Curvy Keepsake Box Thinlits are still one of my favorites. It has lots of great pieces and can be used to create so many fun projects.  I used it to create this sweet treat holder. To complete this project I used the Build A Flower Sizzlits for the ears, Wonderful Wreath Framelits for the bow and the Basket Bunch stamp set for the sentiment.

Seasonal Layers Basket

Can you believe Easter is in a few weeks? I thought I better get busy on Easter projects so I started with this tiny basket, made with the Seasonal Layers Thinlits.  Fun huh?!  I die cut four of the chairs to create it.  The bottom of the basket is a 2 1/2" x 2 1/2" piece of cardstock, scored 1/2" on all sides. The handle is a 5 1/2" x 1/2" piece of cardstock.  The only embellishment is the small bow made with the bow builder punch.

Shamrock Treat Tube

If you give treats for St. Patrick's Day here's a fun one.  The patterned paper is 2" x 6". It's scored at 1 1/2", 2 1/4", 3 3/4" and 4 1/2".  The green paper on the bottom is 2 1/4" x 4 3/4".  I used a 3/4" circle punch for the holes the treat tube slides through. The little shamrock is a die by My Creative Time. 

Owl Cello Bag

A while back I saw an adorable owl treat.  He was darn cute and I wanted one.  This is my interpretation of that owl.  He's  made using Heart Framelits, Oval Framelits, Build A Flower Sizzlits (wings), 1 1/4" punch, 1" punch, handheld circle punch and Flower punch (nose).  I filled the cello bag with Belgian dark chocolate almonds then folded and stapled it between two die cut hearts.  The pointed edges on the hearts need to be trimmed so the oval can be folded and placed on top.