Tuesday, February 22, 2011

A little Easter Suprise!!!

HellO!!!!.. Ok so I know I said I'd have my Sweet Sunday Sketch card up for you... BUT.... my little one has been really unwell since Sunday so I've not had much time to sit down and craft :( BUT.... I'm hoping this little project I'm about to show you will have you all forgiving me!!! :D

I recently put my hand up to demonstrate a 3D project to a GORGEOUS and FABULOUS group of "Klassy Chicks" ( LOVE these girls!!!)... although I must admit that after I had raised my hand and said "I'll do it!!! I'll DO it!!!" I then started to have that PANIC.. oh dear what have I done feeling!!!

What does one create to show a group of fabulous stampers.. you know it can't be any ol' thing.. right??

So... I put my thinking cap on.. and honestly the placing of the thinking cap was relatively painless.. it wasn't until the thought (which I must add worked beautifully in my head!!) was attempted to be created that the PAIN set in. Now when you see this little project you'll laugh... and wonder what all the PAIN (fuss) was about.... I however can now understand why NO ONE in stamping land (well no one that I could find.. and if there is someone out there.. do let me know :D) had created an Easter Egg treat using Sweet Treat cups!!!.. So do you wanna see??

Here is my little Easter Treat!!:-

I'm REALLY.. REALLY pleased with how it turned out.. I figured that with a little person at Kindy now, I probably should try and be a little organised with special treats!! :D

Oh and I assure you.. once you've put one of these little babies together, the rest are easy.. it was just working it all so it looked cute and easter egg like and not like some crazy, stuck together blob!!!

I made the little Bunny on the front by using the circle and heart shapes from my Owl Punch!!.. And at first thought it looked a little... well a little Cat like!!.. But after consultation with a couple of "little" experts in the form of Miss Jorja and Miss Ella they assured me it was in fact a Bunny!!.. Who am I to argue.. hahah.

If you'd like to know more information about these little treats just let me know and I might actually be able to put together a little tutorial or heaven forbid a VIDEO!!! oooohhhh!!!!

I hope you like.. and thanks SO much for stopping by!!

xx Sarah

Here's what I used:-

Stamps:- A Good Egg
Card:- Regal Rose, Bashful Blue, Certainly Celery, Whisper White
Ink:- Regal Rose, Bashful Blue, Early Espresso
Accessories:- Scallop Edge Border Punch, Sweet Treat Cups, Brads, Circle Punches, Dimensionals, Ribbon ( Pretty in Pink Satin, Marina Mist Satin, Daffodil Delight Thin Taffeta), Owl Punch


jamfiescreations1 said...

Oh, these are just adorable.

Karen said...

Oh man these are TOTALLY and utterly ADORABLE!!! Love them SJ and I bet they went down a treat......'treat' - get it! lol

Luv Kx

Sharnee Torrents said...

Lovely Sarah!! I love these!! Look at those wonderful choice of colours and the happy little bunny indeed! WOW i'm sooo impressed!! I"D TOTALLY LOVE a tut please!!! I could show my stamp club how clever you are!!!
Just fabulous, exactly like you! :)
SMiles and hugs Sharnee :)

Liam said...

wow totally gorgeous. You did the best job with the egg and the bunnies.


Diane Barnes said...

These are really fabulous SJ. I'm sure the Klassy girls were well & truly wowed. Hugs, D

Unknown said...

These are so cute, I love the bunny too! Can I ask, how did you get the scallop edge on the oval?! Am I missing something? Truely Wow!

Anonymous said...

How clever! These are so stinkin' cute and creative! I'm an awe! Thanks for sharing this!!!!

Anonymous said...

Those are just super adorable! I love them! Great Job!!!! TFS!!!

Konnie said...

These are great! I would love the directions. You certainly mastered the "not looking like a blob"...

Jennifer said...

So cute Thank you for sharing

alex said...

its so cute and adorable...

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Anonymous said...

please do a tutorial on these little egg treats, they are adorable!

Anonymous said...

thanks so much for sharing them with us, they are just the sweetest things. Oh please do a tutorial.

Jules Kiwi in Oz

KimB said...

They look lovely Sarah! Love the scalloped rim, and other gorgeous details. What a special sweet treat :)

Unknown said...

EXTREMELY ADORABLE!!! Please, oh, please ... Yes! Please do a tutorial ... the children at our Awana program would love these treats!! Thank you for sharing! ~Amy S.~

Amy Papale said...

These are way too cute!! Very clever, thanks for sharing with us!