It didn't turn out the way I originally planned, but it worked! So WHAT is in this box you're probably asking? One of my FAVORITE Easter candies. . .Cadbury Mini Eggs! I LOVE these solid chocolate little eggs and I thought they would make an adorable little treat to give to someone at Easter. I made the little "egg insert" to hold a dozen eggs in place. :) When I said this box didn't turn out how I originally planned, it's because I envisioned an egg carton, but that wasn't working out so I ended up with this box. :) I also thought the "good egg" sentiment worked perfectly for this project! Please be sure to stop by and see the rest of the Baker's Dozen today and their amazing projects using Sweet Spring!
Ana Wohlfahrt, Dawn Easton,Denise Marzec, Donna Baker, Jen del Muro, Jodi Collins, Karen Giron, Karen Motz, Laura Fredrickson, Laurie Schmidlin, Sankari Wegman and OF COURSE Taylor VanBruggen.
Taylored Expressions is Branching Out! Come join us to celebrate Taylor's newest release!!!
When: 7am PST - 8am PST (its an early morning soiree to get you going!)
* Taylor will have a special color challenge that will be posted at the party - Create a card using the color challenge and you will be eligible to receive the Key Ingredients Birthday Boy!!! (Winner will be drawn by Random.org) Please upload your creations to Paper Craft Planet with the key word: tecolorchallenge (all one word, all lowercase). You must have your cards uploaded by Monday, March 9th at 8am PST to be eligible for the Key Ingredients Set.
**There will also be some fun trivia and prizes for the winning guesses!!! So come on and join the fun as we celebrate Taylored Expressions Branching Out!!!
Thanks for stopping by today! SUPPLIES USED: Stamps- Sweet Spring (Taylored Expressions); Ink- Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko); Paper- Easter Key Ingredients (Taylored Expressions); Accessories- Copic markers, circle punch, flowers, brads and ribbon from Easter Key Ingredients (Taylored Expressions),, Threading Water border punch (Fiskars), paper piercer, Plain Oval and Scallop Oval Nestabilities (Spellbinders)