Happy Friday! I just wanted to thank you all for your interest in the apron tutorial. I was just tickled pink that so many of you are interested in having me put one together. I will try to carve out some time this weekend to put a video tutorial or at the very least a written tutorial. I have quite a busy weekend, but be on the look out for that as well as some announcements, so make sure to check back when you get a second this weekend.
Today, I was in the mood to start my prep for Easter treats and thought I would check in on SCS to see what today's Limited Supply challenge was all about ~ love checking in on the challenges as a launching point. To my surprise, the challenge is no longer there! In it's place you will find a new challenge called Free For All (F4A1). Wendy came up with a fun challenge for the first challenge ~ Texture (embossing, ribbon, embellishment, etc.); Colors (use a color you don't normally yours) and Pattern (use pattern paper). Here's what I came up with, an Easter Treat Holder.
Here's what I started with.
A photo of the treat holder wrapped.
A photo of the treat holder unwrapped.
I designed it so that when you remove it from the bag, the little bunny pops up - how fun is that?! The bunny is from Stampin' Up!'s Chocolate Bunny...too cute! I used a strip of grass I punched out with Martha Stewart's Grass Edge Punch, cut it down to 1" wide, and folded it in half. I adhered the non-grass side to the bottle cup.
The designer paper inside mega bottle cup, which is from Maya Road by the way, is from My Mind's Eye's Beloved Die-cut accessories. The sentiment I add to the tag is from Stampin' Up!, it's called Teeny Tiny Wishes. I added some chocolate Eggs inside the bottle cup and now that is all wrapped it's ready to go!
Stamps: Stampin' Up!: Chocolate Bunny and Teeny Tiny Wishes
Paper: Pure Luxury White Card Stock; My Mind's Eye Beloved Die-Cut Accessories
Ink: Memenento Rich Cocoa and Tuxedo Black Ink
Accessories: Martha Stewart Grass Punch; Maya Road Mega Bottle Cap; Cellophane Bag; String; and Ribbon
Thanks so much for stopping by!