03 April, 2010

Happy Easter!




Hi all! WOW its been busy around here!


I am now back to work so no more free days for crafty things! I still have to find some time to clear off the dining room table so we can eat off of it again. I'm sure Mike will be happy when that happens! LOL!
Soooo.. we have a dinner tonight and I thought I'd whip up some quick easter treats for the kiddies. I WAS going to make pop cans, but realized that I hadn't bought enough candy to fill the ones I had! SO...... I searched and was inspired by the icicle boxes I was seeing online and made a carrot box. Now, Its not really looking like a carrot - so I'm just calling them "Carrot Inspired" hehe......


So, its just a really simple box template I found online; I cut it out of orange CS and stamped it with the large swirl from SU's Baroque Motifs set. I punched a couple of holes in the top and tied green ribbons on them. The tags are cut out with a cuttlebug die and I used the Happy Easter stamp from SU's Well Scripted set.

Hope you're all having a fabulous Easter Weekend!

XOXO
K

5 comments:

Catherine said...

Super cute & totally fun, Kare! The kiddos will love them (and if they don't, then send 'em to me! LOL!).
Hope you have a blessed Easter and congrats again on the new gig!
HUGS,
C-

Lorie said...

Oh, what an adorable Easter gift box! These are the cutest little carrots I've ever seen, and such a special and fantastic way to treat the kiddos! I love those little tags, too! Happy Easter to you, your sweetie, and your families!

Love ya,
Lorie

MiamiKel said...

Ohhhh so sweet, Kare!!!! These are just adorable and very creative! What a perfect idea ~ you are so sweet to think of the kids with this lovely treat! Now off to buy all the things we were texting I would only look at ...... ha ha! Love ya! x0x0

kadie said...

These are AWESOME!! And they totally look like carrots! You're sooo smart! Such a cool idea...I think I'll "borrow" it. :) MUAH!

p.s. sorry it took me so long to comment...bad kadie

Mary Giles (OhioMary) said...

Karen these are a fabulous idea! I love the shape of them and they definitely look like carrots.