Easter Jellybeans Treats

I made some little treats for my kids and put them in their lunches for school yesterday.  I kept them really simple, as I know that though they may appreciate the packaging, it’s what’s inside that they really care about.

Easter JellybeansI stamped the cute eggs with a stamp from the For Peep’s Sake set and colored it with my Stampin’ Write Markers before stamping.  It is stamped on some Whisper White card stock cut with a die from the Label Collection framelits dies.  I folded a doily in half and placed that under it.  I just picked colors that matched the jellybeans. The sentiment is from Teeny Tiny Wishes.

Easter Jellybeans close upSince I didn’t think my 16 year-old son would necessarily appreciate the doily, I left it off of his.

I hope you have a wonderful Easter with your loved ones.  I always love the Easter service at church, and my youngest still likes to hunt for Easter eggs.  Even though it is supposed to rain here on Sunday, I know it will be a special day.

Enjoy your Saturday!  Thanks for stopping by!

Hippity Hoppity — FMS178

It’s Wednesday, and with each Wednesday comes a new challenge at Freshly Made Sketches.  This week our fabulous friend from the land down under, Narelle Farrugia, is our hostess and she has a versatile sketch for us that I love.

Since Easter is right around the corner, I decided I’d better ink up my Easter stamps.  This is from a cute little set called For Peeps’ Sake.  The sentiment is from And Many More.  I added a piece of Best Day Ever dsp, which is a Sale-a-Bration offering.

Hippity Hoppity

I think these little chicks are adorable.  I used my Stampin’ Write markers directly on the stamp to color the image.

Hippity Hoppity Close UpWe hope you’ll join us and play along with the challenge this week.  You should go by the Freshly Made Sketches blog to check out what the design team made for some inspiration.  They always inspire me!

Enjoy your Wednesday!  Thanks for stopping by!