Easter is always such a fun time, with so many happy memories from childhood. Yesterday we dyed some Easter eggs, which I haven't done since elementary school. I forgot how fun that is and how amazingly colorful the eggs turn out after they've been dyed.
The Easter treats project I have for you today was made with adults in mind, so I tried to design something a little more modern and elegant. I made these treats for my co-workers and for family members.
I stamped PTI Butterfly Dreams stamps onto butterfly diecuts using Aqua Mist ink. The Easter sentiment is from PTI Mixed Messages and is just the right size to stamp in the center of the butterfly. A lot of the small messages from that set fit perfectly within the butterfly images, so it could work for other occasions too.
I stamped and diecut using PTI Fillable Frames #1 and filled the frame with Tin Types, which seems similar to a springtime basket weave, especially on kraft cardstock.
Here are all of the treats lined up together. The PTI small glassine bags are embossed with Cuttlebug embossing folders to give them dimension. I filled the bags with Reese's chocolate easter eggs. Yum! :)
Thanks so much for visiting, and hope you have a great Easter! :) Wishing you a sunshine-filled day!
I never would have thought of embossing the bags. Clever! and pretty.
What a cute idea!!
So cute! Love the butterflies, especially that color. Nice job!
These treat bags are so adorable!!!
These are so cute! Love em.
Love these! So cute!
These are SO adorable Monica!! LOVE those labels!
These are really cool treat bags. I like how you used the Tin Types inside the frame.
These look fabulous! I love the Aqua Butterflies with the Kraft - so pretty!
Hope you had a super Easter!
Monica your treat packs are so pretty! Those frames look great with tin types inside...how clever!
Adorable!! Love these!
OH MY ...... those are too darn cute!!!
These are adorable. Such pretty colors and I love how you ran the bag in the Cuttlebug. Oh, and I love Reese's peanut butter cups so I'll be over for some.
I love how you embossed the bags, so cute!
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