Saturday, March 30, 2013

Easter Treat Place Cards


My mom put me in charge of place cards for Easter dinner, but of course I had to turn it into something bigger, involving some treats!  I pulled out lots of My Creative Time dies, along with some pretty Papertrey Ink pastel papers and made 19 treat holders that will look super cute on our dining room table!


I got jelly beans for the little kids and used the MCT Bubblegum Treat Box Die to make these cute little boxes.  Several of my DT sisters have made these by cutting off one end of the treat box and folding it up to make the bottom.  So easy and cute!  I tied them shut with some thick hemp twine from Liz's Paper Loft Boutique.  I used the banner dies from MCT's Fly Away With Me Sentiments stamp/die set as a place to write their names, and then I popped up a bunny cut with the die from MCT's To My Best Peep.


For the bigger kids and adults, I picked up some See's Candies lollipops and wrapped them up using the MCT Stitched Lollipop Holder Die.  I also used MCT's Scallop & Stitched Circle Dies to stamp my cute circular sentiment from MCT's Happy Hunting.  The adorable little bunny in the center is from MCT's Hello Spring.

I hope you all have a fabulous Easter!

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7 comments:

quilt4fun2 said...

These place cards/treats will be the talk of the Easter Dinner Table :D Everyone will love them <3
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Lori said...

So cute. You always have such great ideas.

Lori

snappy scrappy said...

So cute, love to make place cards for the table...love these!!

Linda Kaiser said...

Adorable! They are going to love these!! Happy Easter!

chillin with Quillin said...

wow these are so adorable, I'm sure everyone loved them!!!
hope your Easter day was good !!!
Paula

Rosie said...

super cute

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Kim H said...

Katie ~ these turned out so CUTE!!! Okay making these into place cards ~ CLEVER! Then the papers ~ love the soft subtle pastel colors! I hope your Easter was wonderful and I am sure these were a HUGE hit!