Jelly Beans are the epitome of the classic Easter treat, at least in my house they are!
Well..in case you are like me, last minute lucy lately...I have a quick and easy treat pouch to make for the last minute Easter treats that pop up unexpectedly this week-
You can head on over to the Spellbinders™ blog to see more fun ideas!
Here's what you will need to make this-
S5-025 Labels Seventeen and S4-310 Labels Eighteen from Spellbinders™. Using the largest die from the Labels Seventeen, cut out two pieces from white card stock, and one from a patterned paper of your choice. (I used Echo Park's 'Life is good' here) Cut a fourth using just the mid section of the die. From your Labels Eighteen, cut one piece out using white card stock.
You can score any where to vary the size, here I scored at 1" using my Scor-Pal. In this one from Halloween, I scored a little farther along, closer to 2".
Secure the ends together, and set eyelets.
I stamped the image from Gina K's Basket Blessings, and then again onto scraps of patterned paper. I paper pieced all the eggs to avoid coloring them all in!! I am not a huge fan of coloring...It's not therapeutic for me like others say it is...(mostly because I am not Marianne! ;)
Adhere the patterned paper to the labels shape, and adhere foam squares to the chick image.
Here's the really hard part-
fill the treat sack with jelly beans, and DON'T eat any. ;)
Tie the end off with twine. String the twine ends through the eyelets outward.
Tie the ends into a bow and trim. The end result, cute little chicks holding yummy jellybeans!!
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