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An Easter Bunny!





Firstly, I must apologise for the photos - not only are they poor quality but having real trouble trying to arrange them in the posting!

I bought some unpackaged Easter Eggs so needed to make some gift bags to make them look a bit more exciting! Did a bit of recycling and used some Starbucks paper bags I'd held on to and covered them in paper, then stamped my favourite Easter bunny stamp - it's my favourite because it's the only one I've got and it takes hardly any colouring!! - added a sentiment from Papertrey Ink and layered it onto Bazzill c.s. and added some doodling, a carrot button, ribbon and various embellishments. Finally, used my SU punch to make the fixings and some raffia to add a finishing touch.

I'm planning a very relaxed weekend as I have four days off work - I haven't had a break for a year now (not counting the bank holidays at Christmas) so not planning much apart from an egg hunt on Sunday for the boys...just going to enjoy the rest. Hope you all have a Happy Easter.


Comments

clare said…
awww..Jo these are so cute..esp love the sweet bunny image TFS I hope you have a lovely weekend with the boys..and Happy Easter Hun xxx Hugs Clare xxx
Debi said…
What adorable Easter bags. The image is so cute!!! Have a Happy Easter

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