MSC Design Team is Really Hopping with Easter Projects.

 

 

The Sweet Sugar Egg 

Create an Easter paper egg keepsake like this one for friends and family. This is so sweet that you may have to tuck in some candies they can munch on so they don’t lick the pretty papers!

 Check Becki’s  BLOGfor all the interesting details.

 

  

Little Lamb Treat Box Dispenser

 Cheryl combined svgs from theDispenser Box andLittle Lamb Belly Box Trio to create this adorable dispenser for spring or Easter. It will soon be filled with candies, but I’m thinking it would be perfect too filled with little packets of tea for my tea-loving friends.

 

You’ll really enjoy Cheryl’s BLOGpost for this goodie.

 

 

 

Carrot Box

If you have bunnies then you just ‘gotta’ have carrots and jelly beans too, right? Cheryl used the large paperCarrot Treat Boxand filled it with jelly beans. The little white flowers around the lid bottom are so pretty along with the scrunchy ribbon on top.

 

Cheryl’sBLOGhas several more photos of this fun project. Don’t miss it.

 

Carrot Box from Spring Baskets Trio

Wouldn’t this make a fantastic gift basket for candy eggs and even a potted plant? It’s so easy to put together you could have several done in no time.

 

Visit Saundra’s BLOGfor more inspiration.

Sweet Easter Chick Treat Dispenser

Here’s a bright and cheerful paper project using the svg cut files from thePour BoxandEaster Chickscollection. I like how Melissa used a solid blue cardstock for the pour spout itself. It’s a nice contrast to the striped papers and Easter chick.

 

See even more up close photos on Melissa’s BLOG.

 

 

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