Sunday, April 21, 2019

HOPPY EASTER | Treat Holders with Tya

Hello everyone and Happy Easter! Today I wanted to share with you some quick and easy Easter treat holders you can whip up in a matter of minutes! Today can be a busy day full of egg hunts, family dinners, and other fun festivities. If you want a quick and easy way to add some Doodlebug cuteness to some treats -I've got 3 treat holders you can whip up lickety-split!
The first treat holder looks harder than it really is - just a few scored lines and some folding and you have a fun container that can hold oodles of treats! Here is the link to the tutorial used to make this holder:  Gift Caddy. I used a  12 x 12-inch piece of Cupcake Textured Cardstock for the base and then decorated each of the panels with  4x4 inch squares of the Jellybean Plaid and some Easter Egg Hunt paper. I decorated the front panel with a tangerine doily, the sentiment is a sticker from the This and That sticker sheet and a banner from the Sunday Dress paper. I added a pink bow sticker from the  Icon Sticker sheet and a few Jellies shaped sprinkles on the front. 
The next holder is a simple berry basket filled with some treats in a cellophane bag. I decorated the front of the basket with the "hoppy easter" sticker which is from the This and That sticker sheet. I  made a quick tag using a flower printed paper from the 6x6 paper pad. I added the Flower Basket Doodlpop to the tag and a small sticker sentiment from the This and That sticker sheet. I added a small purple heart sprinkle to the tag for some added shine. You can make oodles of tags in no time using Doodlepops and a few stickers.
The last is a simple kraft paper sack that I decorated. I added a card from the 3x4 inch card side of the Sunday Dress paper. I backed the card with the grass side of the Easter Egg Hunt paper. I mounted these pieces on a piece of the Jellybean Plaid paper.  I added a few stickers from the Icon Sticker sheet and the This and That sticker sheet. I added an aqua blue Glitter Sprinkle to the center of the bow on the 3x4 card. I added a scallop flower border from the This and That sticker sheet. I punched a couple of holes in the top of the bag and laced some sheer ribbon through the top. It was a quick and easy way to dress up a plain paper bag. 
That's all I have for you today! I hope you all have a wonderful Easter holiday full of family, festivities and a little fun! These cute treat holders are just what you need to add that special little something to your treat bags. Happy Crafting! 

Hoppy Easter Jellybean Plaid paper
Hoppy Easter Sunday Dress paper
Hoppy Easter Easter Egg Hunt paper
Hoppy Easter This and That Sticker Sheet
Hoppy Easter Icon Sticker Sheet
Hoppy Easter Doodlepop -  Flower Basket
Hoppy Easter Jellies Shaped Sprinkles
Cupcake Textured Cardstock
Tangerine Doily
Rainbow Heart Sprinkles
Birthday Girl Glitter Sprinkles

ScorPal Scoring Board
Sheer Ribbon
Hole Punch 
Small  Kraft paper bag
Berry Basket

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