Tagged: Easter

hearts a flutter easter basket

Easter Egg Basket Favor

hearts a flutter easter basket This fun little Happy Easter Egg Basket Favor is made quickly from Pretty in Pink cardstock and the small oval punch.  This would be a great little treat to give to friends, family or co-workers.

hearts a flutter easter basket favor

I started with a 5″ x 9-1/2″ piece of cardstock that I scored at 2-1/2″, 4-1/2″, 7″, 9″, then scored 2″ from the bottom, which is easily done with the Simply Scored Scoring Tool.  Fold it up like you would the 2-4-6-8 box.  Before I assembled the box I inserted the 2-1/2″ side into the large oval punch to punch the window.  Then I cut a 2″ x 2-1/2″ piece of window sheet and adhered the window sheet inside the box with glue dots.

hearts a flutter easter basket favor

The handle is punched from the Scallop Ribbon punch and the ends covered with a punched Itty Bitty Shape punch flower.

I stamped the Easter eggs on this Easter Egg Basket Favor box with the designs from the Hearts of Flutter stamp set, punched them out with the small oval punch and adhered them to the front of the box.  I then used a piece of Certainly Celery cardstock randomly snipped to make the grass.  The interior is also filled with thinly sliced cardstock.

hearts a flutter easter basket favor

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Be sure and watch the 2-4-6-8 video tutorial to see out to assemble this box and have fun making these Easter Egg Basket Favor boxes for your friends!

Enjoy!  Julie

petite purse easter bunny favor

Punch Art Easter Bunny Petite Purse Favor

petite purse easter bunny favorEaster is this Sunday and it’s still winter in Kentucky!  I love creating new favor boxes for the Petite Purse die.  I created this Punch Art Easter Bunny favor box with the paper from the Birds of a Feather Designer Series Paper and Whisper White and Pink Pirouette card stock.  Of course, I used a lot of punches to create this little bunny.

petite purse easter bunny favor Here’s the list of Stampin’ Up! punches:

Face: Extra-Large Oval, Large Oval, Small Oval, 1/2″ Circle, Owl Builder (heart)

Body: 2-3/8″ Scallop Circle, 1-3/4″ Circle, Boho Blossoms (tail), Small Heart (feet)

petite purse easter bunny favor Extras:  Black Marker, 2-way Glue Pen, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, Googlies (retired)

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Enjoy!  Julie

SAB Vine Street Embossing Folder Easter Bunny Card

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teeny tiny wishes happy easter bunny card

I can hardly believe that Sale-a-bration ends in 2 days!  When Sale-a-bration ends, this Vine Street embossing folder will go away too.  This is one of the three cards we made during the stamp camp over the weekend.  Super cute and super easy!  I love punch art bunnies.  This one is created with two punches of the Small Oval punch and a couple of punches of the smallest petal from the Blossom Petals Builder punch.

teeny tiny wishes happy easter bunny card Then we added a little glitter to his body and ears with the 2-way glue pen and Dazzling Diamonds.  His little tail is Pretty in Pink punched from the little flower in the Itty Bitty Punch Pack and topped with a bitty Pearl Jewels.

teeny tiny wishes happy easter bunny card

Happy Easter is stamped from the Stampin’ Up! Teeny Tiny Wishes Stamp Set and punched out with the Word Window punch.  After you punch it out you can feed one end of it into the bottom of the punch and shorten the strip, which is what I did here.

teeny tiny wishes happy easter bunny card The little bunny was mounted on an oval of Primrose Petals cardstock with a Primrose Petals knot of stitched satin ribbon across the cute egg pattern paper from Birds of a Feather Designer Series Paper.

vine street embossing folder

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Easter is only 11 days away!  Yes, it’s early this year on March 31st. It’s time to get out your punches and start making those Easter cards.

Enjoy!  Julie

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Stamping Julie: 2012 Favorites

Here are just a few of my favorite projects from 2012.  I hope you will enjoy this 2012 tour!

Summer Smooch Birthday – I created the background in My Digital Studio!

summer smooch birthday card

Easter Bunny Punch-Out – Love the bunny topper!

easter bunny punch-out topper

 Kentucky Derby Hat card, with detail pictures, and hat tutorial – I had so much fun with these little hats!!

kentucky derby hat card
 Day On The Lake With Lovely As A Tree – I love a great brayered scene!

day on the lake lovely as a tree thank you
 Reason to Smile Butterfly Art Card – Definitely a favorite project, love the big bold artsy butterfly!

reason to smile butterfly art card

Praying for You – I love the soft serenity of the flowers and colors, especially as my heart is broken by the latest Sandy Hook tragedy in Connecticut.

praying for you sympathy card
Speedy Recovery Card – fussier than my usually preferences, but this was fun!

speedy recovery get well card

Keep Calm & Eat a Cupcake Birthday Card – originally designed by my sister I changed out the greeting and absolutely love that bold sentiment with the detailed frame!

keep calm and eat a cupcake birthday card

Owl Occasions Birthday Wish – I had a ball creating this whimsical number!

owl occasions birthday wish
I have a ton of favorite Halloween and Christmas projects, but those are so recent I thought maybe you would enjoy seeing some of my favorites of the older projects.

HERE’S TO 2012!  So excited for the great possibilities in 2013!  I hope you will join me by subscribing to my newsletter, my blog updates and ‘liking’ my facebook page. 

Enjoy, Julie

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