Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Fun Projects for Easter with "Promise"

 Hi there! Loes here today to share some Easter projects with the the "Promise" collection.

I created all of these projects with the 6x6 bundle. 

A friend of mine gave me these cute little egg boxes. Normally they are used for quail eggs. It's a very easy project to make, but so cute to give as a gift!

In the supermarket, I found these chocolate eggs. Don't they look real?

I made a little sleeve from white cardstock to place around the egg carton. 

For the embellishments, I used die cuts from the components sheet and some ribbon from May Arts.

My 2nd project is a little gift box that you can use for treats in the kids Easter baskets. 

On the inside, there are these cute little chocolate chicks. 

All you have to do is cut a piece of 8.5 inch x 2 inch paper and make score lines on 1 3/4- 2 3/4- 1 1/4 and again on 2 3/4 inches and fold the lines. Cut diagonal corners on the piece that is 1/ 3/4 inch.

When I saw this egg in the store I couldn't resist it!
Since an egg is round and hard to cover,  I used a lot of wet glue. All you have to do is get the paper really wet and form it around the egg.
decorated it with one big flower from Petaloo and a die cut.
For the inside, of course the same cute little candy eggs.

Last, I made a home decor project for spring time!
I love spring time and our cows are going outside and have their they little ones.

I used the foam squares from Thermoweb for a little bit more dimension

All of the embellishments are the die-cuts from the "Promise" collection.

Thanks for visiting today! 

Authentique: 6x6 bundle, components Promise collection
Petaloo flowers
May arts ribbon
Thermo web foam squares


  1. I really love the gift box with the treats. Thank you so much for the details...I will be making these for my grandchildren's class mates.

  2. All the projects are so cute. Where did you find the quail egg carton?
    Happy Easter to you!
    TFS!! Linda ;0)

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