March 19, 2009

Easy Little Easter Treat

Immediately after Valentine's is gone, you start to see an overload of Easter Candy in the aisles of your local Wal-Mart, Target or grocery store. This little treat calls for mini egg candy.



In this case I used these mini bubble gum eggs in mini clear cartons that they sell 4 for a $1.00 at Dollar General. They aren't sold individually, they are actually 4 in a package. Now I also did find them at my local grocery store, but they were going for 10 for $10. They make that sound like a steal when they put it that way, but I don't really think it's worth $1 each little mini carton.

So basically all I did was dress up the outside of the mini carton. I thought this would be a cute little item to throw into your kid(s) Easter baskets. Or if you have a little Easter tree you can mimic the example I have with the mini clip on it and hang them on your tree with each child's name. This is just a fun little activity that you and your kids can have fun doing or you can do it on your own and hand them out.

There are no rules or no directions. Take this and make it your own! Be creative!


P.S. If you like the paper I used, I used The Angel Company™ exclusive paper. I did use some of a pad that they've discontinued, but if you like the word cut outs I used on the vertical bubble gum treat, they have a 12 x 12 sheet that has all sorts of cute one lines and bold words in their collection Tutti Frutti™.

5 comments:

Lisalicious said...

ah when i was young i love the easter egg candy that was sold around my place...

but i never see that nowadays ....

too bad..

Alana Gwinner said...

No new posts??

prepaid credit cards said...

eggs were so cute

btw: i hope you can post this month


Thnks

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Rachel@oneprettything.com said...

Those are so pretty! This would make the most gorgeous Easter basket ever. Thanks so much for letting me know about this, I'll be linking.