Easter Treat Boxes
Welcome my crafty friends!
Today my post is of some Easter treat boxes I have made. These treat boxes are fun and easy to make. Using ModaScrap's Triangle Box along with Joset's Bunny and a few other dies. Susan's Garden Notes Ostrich Fern die was used for the carrot top. These little boxes can be used for so many occasions.
Cut boxes from orange cardstock using ModaScrap Triangle Box. Emboss using embossing folder of your choice. Assemble using Clear Double Sided Adhesive. Els did Technique Friday recently on triangle box you can see it here for assembly info).
Cut tops from green cardstock using Garden Notes Ostrich Fern (1 set for each box). Using piercing tool poke hole in top lid put fern stems down through attach stems under lid using Kids Choice Glue.
Cut 1 bunny from white cardstock using Joset's Bunny die. Color bunny color of your choice or leave white as I have done coloring just paw pads, nose and inside of ears. Assemble using Kids Choice Glue.
Cut 1 carrot for each bunny assemble attach to bunny's paw. Attach to top of box using Kids Choice Glue.
Fill boxes with treats.
Easter egg tag boxes
Cut from colored cardstock of your choice.
Using white Soft Finish Cardstock sponge on colors of Distress Oxide Ink then die cut using Easter Egg die. Cut overlay from white Soft Finish Cardstock that has Clear Double Sided Adhesive on back. Attach overlay to top of egg. Using small hole punch put hole in top of egg. Using black ink stamp Happy Easter from Spring Sentiment Stamp Set.
I do hope you will make your own treat boxes they really are fun for any occasion.
You will find below a list of products used to make this project and by clicking on any of the pictures of Elizabeth Craft Designs products below it will take you directly to their site.
Thanks for stopping by and until next time - Happy Crafting!
Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies
Cardstock - green, orange, ivory
Distress Oxide Inks
Well, This is just about the cutest thing I have seen this season.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much - they were fun to make!ReplyDelete
Clever use of these dies. Wonderful Easter treats! Thank you foe the inspiration.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Marlene!ReplyDelete