Archive for April 2011
Aren’t these covered Kit Kat bars cute? I made them using a 6×6 sheet of DSP, crimped at both ends and added the little bunny face I made with our Stampin’ UP punches. A batch of two dozen of these went to my Katie to share with her children and her work group.
I wish everyone a blessed week and Happy Easter.
Stampin’ UP! Sr. Supervisor
> April stamp camp included the pretty ‘quilt’ appearing card, cute white bunny box that holds a single Hershey kiss and the decorated flip album which is made from 4 CD cardboard holders. Each guest was given Easter treats to take home: a bunny box with seen thru window and bunny candy candy/treat bag. Our hostess, Dannette Throckmorton graciously served a delicious Pampered Chef recipe noodle dish with Caesar salad. We also enjoyed a baked artichoke dip and dessert with fruit punch. Thank you Dannette for hosting.
About the projects:
-the flip album was covered and decorated with contents from the current Stampin’ UP grab bags.
– the white bunny box is made with 4 Petal Card punches #119273, pg 202 SU catalog
– see thru window box was made using the #2 die cut box #114518, pg 209
For Easter treats for my Katie’s work group I took full sized Kit Kat bars, taped a 6×6 piece of DSP around the bar, securing the end with redline tape. For each of the bar ends I added a small line of our Stampin UP! Tombow Multi liquid glue and then ran each end a small ways into our Crimper (#101618). Perfect closure for some cute bunny treats.
I love these little bunny heads and today I’ve used them on another project, too. Please see next post.
Thanks for visiting.
For Birthday Party favors I took 22 glossy Stampin’ UP! treat boxes (retired), filled them with some Easter grass and Easter candies. On the front I added multi colored flowers using Stampin’ Up Daisies #2 diecut.
The party was held at Claim Jumper and everyone was delightful and excited to receive this treat to take home.