The Cookies were really easy (guys...I am not the best baker). We used a Betty Crocker peanut butter cookie mix then added chocolate chips, to make the best peanut butter chocolate chip cookies EVER!
The Easter Eggs
For Easter this year, my son and I got a little creative with our Easter Egg decorations. We used alcohol ink markers to color and airbrush a few eggs, and used a blending tool and some alcohol inks to stamp a few more. Then to finish them off, we used some staz on, black ink to stamp some sentiments and images on the eggs. By the way, it's a bit difficult stamping on eggs, you have to roll the stamp, which was quite a challenge.
The Treat Bags
Once we finished our eggs, we decided that we wanted to make a little treat for each of the kids in our family. I love that my son likes to give little gifts as much as I do. He had so much fun handing the out to all his cousins.
I used the Lawn Fawn, Milk and Cookies stamp set along with my stitched circle and stitched rectangle die set. Then colored them all in to match the pattern papers that I had chosen. I did a stitched pattern along the outside border of the card using a white gelly roll pen to match the stitched border on the pattern paper and circles. I hand cut the banner to add a pop of white to the project.
Lawn Fawn: Milk and Cookies Stamp Set, Stitched Circle Dies, Stitched Rectangle Dies
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Staz On Black, Stamps of Life Strawberry Ink
Paper: Forever in Time, Perfect Prints (Stars & Fruit) 6X6 paper pad; Kraft Cardstock, white cardstock
Other: Spectrum Noir Markers, Ranger Alcohol Inks, White Gelly Roll Pen, Clear Wink of Stella Pen, The stamp sets on the eggs were just a mixture of old stamps I had around my craft room, sorry I can't tell you the maker.
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