Isn’t this chick “so tweet?!” 😊 She has her little wings wrapped tightly around her Reese’s egg, I don’t blame her they’re yummy. I created a little nest inside a clear box for her to sit in. Wouldn’t this be cute as a favor for an Easter table?
I used the Stampin’ Up!, Baby’s First Framelits Dies to cut a onesie from green paper and their Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder to create dots on white paper. Stampin’ Dimensionals were used to raise the onesie off the white paper. The letters were created with Echo Park Paper Co, Magic And Wonder Alphabet Dies. I like the yellow and green and the colors work well for all babies.
You can turn something as simple as a small handled bag into an adorable Easter gift. I used my Stampin’ Up!, 1 1/4” scalloped circle punch and a coffee filter to create a bunny tail. It works best if you sandwich the coffee filter between two sheets of copy paper before you punch the scalloped circles. I punched it 8 times to get the fluffy look I wanted then attached them together with a small brad. Each layer, beginning with the top layer, gets scrunched towards the center. It takes a little fluffing to get the desired look. After attaching the tail I tipped each bag handle to the side so they’d resemble bunny ears. Cute, easy and adorable!
This egg tag is the perfect addition to my polka dot treat bag! I cut the smaller egg with Fiskars decorative scissors to get the cracked effect then sponged both eggs with gray ink. The chick is part of the Papertrey Ink, Huggables: Bunny & Chick die set. I absolutely love her little face, she’s adorable! 🥰 The fun greeting is from My Creative Time, To A Cute Little Chickie stamp set.
I started this card by die cutting “hello” in floral pattern paper, then I cut the “hello” three more times in black cardstock. I glued the black die cuts to the bottom of the original floral die cut and assembled it back into the pattern paper. This gave it the dimension and shadow I was looking for. The faux pearls in the center of the flower are for a touch of elegance.
For this fun card I used my Stampin’ Up!, Call Me Cupcake Framelits and my Lil’ inker Designs, Christmas Word Tags Dies. I’ve had the cupcake stamp for years, so I’m not sure we’re it came from, but it sure looks yummy under the vellum dome. 😋
I started with the Stampin’ Up!, Petite Purse Die as the base for my bunny basket. The sweet little bunny face is part of Papertrey Ink, Huggables: Bunny & Chick set. I created the feet with small circle punches and my Stampin’ Up!, oval punch.
These bunnies are suppose to be small treat boxes, but I chose not to fold up the sides (left down they kinda look like bunny feet 😉). Instead, I wrapped a pack of gum with pattern paper and placed it inside to create a cute Easter favor. I love the bow with the pearl, it took it from simple to adorable. 😊
Here’s a fun way to give a gift card for Easter. I used the Stampin’ Up!, Ovals Framelits to create the egg. The slots to hold the card were created with dies from their Lots To Love Box Framelits. The tag and its little butterfly brought it all together. 🦋
I used a glassine bag to create a money envelope. I started by scalloping the top of the bag with a die from the Stampin’ Up!, Seasonal Layers Thinlits. The bag is folded in half to create the envelope. To keep it closed I added a belly band with fun, colorful butterflies and a congrats sentiment.
Don’t you think the Stampin’ Up!, Takeout Thinlits Dies make the sweetest tiny box? It’s fun to embellish and doesn’t take much to fill. I created a flower with the Stampin’ Up!, pansy and scallop circle punch to top this box.
Isn’t this little guy cute? I used the smallest die in the Stampin’ Up! Envelope Liner Framelits to create a pouch, which is the face and hat of the leprechaun. The beard is the Sizzix, Frame, Oval Scallop and the mustache is from Stampin’ Up! Don’t you think he’s a fun way to say Happy St. Patrick’s Day? ☘️
To create a box for the cards, I used my Sizzix, Shaker Box Bigz Die. The cards are made with the Stampin’ Up!, Hello Cupcake stamp set. Each card measures 2 7/8 x 2 7/8 so they’ll fit in the 3 x 3 box. I stamped different colors of frosting on each cupcakes then stamped each sentiment on vellum to place on top.