It’s Keep It Simple Sunday so you’re getting quick’n easy last minute Easter treats. You can whip these up in less than 5 minutes (more like 3!) with a few punches, glue and an adorable stamp. Just like the bunny from A Good Day stamp set.
Perfect for your Easter table with the Gingham Gala designer series paper. Just a tiny morsel to round out your spring meal.
Let me show you everything you need before we get started.
The only thing you need for this cutie? Just scraps!
Look how sweet the little treat looks inside the flower! (I just realized I missed adding a little pink nose too!😊)
Which One Would You Pick?
Small gingham Highland Heather and curved flower petals?
Or large Grapefruit Grove gingham squares and no curves?
Who Wouldn’t LOVE These Treats?
I love to give – and receive – mini treats. Anytime is good, but for special occasions, it’s great! These are so quick and easy to put together, you can get the kids involved and make up a batch for them to take to school.
While I’ll bet your last minute Easter treats won’t last very long, you’ll be sharing the joys of spring with everyone – in a mini chocolate bite!
Come on in for your free online class with Easter Bunny bags with the Gift Bag Punch Board and my Facebook Live Replay video. I’ve been “big tipping” it again, this time for how to watercolour with professional results EVERY time!
Easter is probably our next big spring occasion we can craft for. Well, after the four leaf clover day that is🍀.
And it’ll be hopping around sooner than we think. So give a little twitch of your whiskers and get a jump on making your goodie bags with this oh-so-cute bunny from Fable Friends. (OK that’s enough of the bad rabbit puns☺️!)
Let me show you the project.
Isn’t he the sweetest? (and I’m not sure why he’s a HE, he just is for me, even with pink buttons!)
OK it’s come clean time…
who has a gift bag punch board and it hasn’t seen the light of day?
when was the LAST time you did simple watercolouring to decorate a project rather than an over-the-top-gorgeous-but-five-hours-in-the-crafting marathon?
who would LOVE to get some simple gift bags made EARLY for family, friends and coworkers with minimal time and effort?
I say, Pick ME!
But before we get started here’s what you’ll need for supplies:
OK, let’s hop to it (sorry!🤪) to see this cute project in action.
Easter Bunny Bags with the Gift Bag Punch Board
Cuttin’ It Up!
Animal Expedition DSP – 6″ x 10″ (makes a medium sized bag)
Watercolor paper – 2″ x 3 3/4″
2017-19 In Color DSP in Lemon-Lime Twist – 2 1/4″ x 4″
Powder Pink and Whisper White cardstock – scraps
Powder Pink Shimmer Ribbon – piece about 14″ long
How about a couple close-ups of our sweet bunny watercolour detail?
It’s Up to You Now
Ok, hop to it! Here’s your mission:
go find your Easter images, ones with open lines like in our Fable Friends bunny
grab a couple ink refills, an acrylic block and your Aqua Painters
pull out (and blow the dust off) your Gift Bag Punch board
decorate a cute gift bag for this spring holiday
If you enjoyed this gift bag punch board idea, here’s another one with pretty spring colours in a different look and shape! Same board, different bag!
Thanks for popping in!
And remember I’m playing all week with the Fable Friends stamp set. So check back tomorrow for another great project made with these sweet animals.
Who doesn’t LOVE to get a present with yummy treats inside? Just about everyone I know!
Make a sweet one handmade with love and care this Easter season. Easter bunny bags with the gift bag punch board are easy – and fun – to create when you decorate them with pretty watercoloured designs just like this.
Homemade Valentines treats boxes are on the menu today! We’re talking straight up hearts to celebrate this fun day. Send a batch of these super adorable mini boxes to school with your kids to share with their friends. But keep a couple hanging around for your buds too!
They’re perfectly sized to fit a mini Kit Kat bar. And a breeze to whip up with the envelope punch board and my Product of the Week, the All My Love DSP.
There’s no doubt this yummy paper is fabulous for Valentines. But don’t think that’s all you can make with it. I get to play with it all this week so be sure to visit and check out what I come up with.
Plus over on my Facebook Group, I’ve got an exclusive POP-UP Facebook LIVE today at noon MST to see exactly how to make these little boxes. Why not come on over and join in?
Let’s see these adorable little guys!
Homemade Valentines Treats Boxes
Aren’t they sweet? Let me know. Which one is your favourite?
Cuttin’ It Up
All My Love DSP – 4 1/8″ x 4 1/8″ square
paper scraps – Whisper White, Lovely Lipstick, Sparkle glimmer
ribbon – pieces about 8-9″
Design with Jo’s TIPS
combine framelits to jazz up your boxes
give your glimmer paper some personality with a touch of a Stampin’ Blend
use your ribbon or a glue dot to hold down the box flap
What a great treat to give to friends, kids and adults alike for Valentine’s Day.
Here are all the supplies to make these little mini chocolate bar holders at home. You’ll find your designer series paper will go a long ways here. You can get 4 out of every sheet (so 48 in total with lots of off cuts for decoration.)
And be sure to join my Design with Jo VIPeeps Facebook Group so you can get all the directions to make these ones too. Once you’re in just click on the Videos section if you missed the live version.
No matter what you’re celebrating, grab some cardstock and designer series paper and get crafty! I know everyone will love your homemade Valentines treats boxes – maybe even more than the treat inside!
Today I’m sharing my Facebook Live where I showed how to paint a box quick and easy! If you missed or, or even if you didn’t, now’s the perfect chance to see my projects up close and personal!
This mini pizza box takes on a personality a friend, a brother, a co-worker is just going to love to pieces. In fact everyone else will be…are you ready for it…green with envy🤣. I chose Tranquil Tide to gussy up the box to match the cute four leaf clovers from the Amazing Life stamp set.
See that oh-so-cool design on the box itself? Sort of like etched ice? That’s totally unplanned – and unexpected! Let me show you how it happens!
How to Paint a Box Quick and Easy
Cuttin’ It Up!
Whisper White cardstock 2″ x 11″
Tranquil Tide cardstock 2 pieces each 1″ x 11″
Watercolor paper – scraps
Whisper White flax ribbon – a piece about 7″ long
At 3 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ x 1″ these mini pizza boxes are really not so mini after all. They’re a a fabulous size for all kinds of goodies:
a set of handmade 3″ x 3″ notecards
large cookies (or a couple smaller ones) (because they’re food safe too)
chocolates and treats of all kinds
a gift card
a spool of ribbon
mini stamps and embellishments
Plus they’re an inexpensive way to add your own personal touch to a gift. They come in a package of 8 so they’re only just a smidge over a dollar a piece.
It’s Your Turn
A drop or two of ink refill is all you need to add to your Stampin’ Spritzer. Shake it up and get busy spritzing your way to gorgeous ice-etched designs. Here are all the supplies I pulled out to make mine. I’d love it if you support my business and order your supplies through me. Thanks so much.
As I usually do on my Facebook Lives, there were three versions. Let’s take a peek at each one. Leave me a comment with which one is your favourite and why!
A sweet birthday for a girl at any age?
A cheerful spring-y any and all occasion pick me up?
Or one last gander at this Luck of the Irish good luck charm?
Or maybe you’d rather not add colour? Try your hand with your designer papers to wrap around your box like I did here.
So thanks for stopping by today. I’d love to see what you design with this technique and these cute little pizza boxes. What colour do you think you’ll spritz on them first? Lovely Lipstick for Valentines? Highland Heather for Easter? Or maybe you need a gift for a friend changing jobs? Maybe Pacific Point or Balmy Blue will be just the ticket.
Be sure to mark your calendar for my Wednesday Facebook Lives over on my Facebook Page so you can get in on the action while I’m stamping, chatting and generally making a mess! While my next one won’t show you how to paint a box quick and easy like this one did, I promise it will be fun too!
I LOVE these easy to make Valentines treat boxes for lots of reasons!
they really ARE super easy
you can make them in a flash!
they showcase the brand new Meant to Be cling bundle
they’re ultra ultra sweet
and…what a perfect size for a little treat!
The All My Love designer series paper is the star of all these little treats. Lovely Lipstick and Whisper White. Maybe not quite as bold as Real Red but perfect for this time of year with hearts and flowers.
Of all the paper, there’s only a couple that I think scream Valentines! The one with the larger bold hearts like the “You make me happy” treat box is the one that jumps out at me right away. Do you think there are others?
I’m pretty sure all the rest can be used for almost ANY occasion. Like on this pretty friend card I shared a few weeks ago. Take a peek at all of them here. Which one is your favourite?
OK, how about we get to the video so you can see how easy these are to make? I’ve got two different designs for you in my Facebook Live Replay.
Easy to Make Valentines Treat Boxes
Cuttin’ It Up!
Cardstock or designer series paper – 4 1/2″ x 6″
scored on the short side at 3/4″ and 3″
turned 90 degrees and scored on the long side at 2″, 2 3/4″, 4 3/4″ and 5 1/2″
Whisper White and Lovely Lipstick cardstock – scraps
Lovely Lipstick 1/8″ grosgrain ribbon or Polka Dot Tulle Whisper White – about 6-7″
Pin this template so it’s easy to remember your measurements and what you cut away.
It’s Up to You!
Now it’s your turn to make up a few of these. For Valentine’s or ANY time! Here’s everything I used. You can order these right now by clicking on any of the images below. Thanks so much for shopping with me.
Which of these little darlings is your number one pick?
The Whisper White with a few kicks of DSP and two small scalloped hearts?
The sparkly layered hearts with the greeting? And some more of that cute Lovely Lipstick ribbon with the coloured heart epoxy droplet?
Or this heart-shaped top made with the scalloped heart framelit and some DSP. With a few bits of rhinestone bling and tied with the pretty polka dot Whisper White tulle ribbon, it just might be the one to catch your eye.
I know. It’s super hard to choose isn’t it? They’re all so sweet!
I hope you enjoyed this quick and cute project. If you did. be sure to join my Facebook Group Design with Jo VIPeeps! Every week I post a Facebook Live, plus I have exclusive popup videos for you to catch too.
We’ve got a super community of papercrafters having fun and every week I share a deal and tip to make your crafting easier. You might even see some different colours of these easy to make Valentines treat boxes show up on there in the next while!