Monday, April 3, 2017

My Creative Time: Cook-N-Craft

Hi, today is Cook-N-Craft day over on the My Creative Time Blog. We are sharing what we are snacking on or cooking while we craft along with a project of our choice. I don't have a recipe this time as I was snacking on some yummy Girl Scout Cookies that I had left over. I'm surprised we still had a box left! 



The Treat Holder Die was cut out in a polka dotted pattern paper.
The bunny feet were cut out using a small oval from the Scallop Stitched Oval Dies.  The paws on the feet were cut out using the Bunch Of Fun Circle Dies along with More Stitched Circle Dies.  They were all accented with a white gel pen. They were then pop dotted onto the front of the Treat Holder box. 

The bunny's head was created by cutting out two circles using the Bunch Of Fun Circle Dies and the More Stitched Circle Dies.  A Peachy bunny face was stamped onto the smaller circle using a combination of three face stamps. The whiskers were accented with a white gel pen and then the face was chalked with a pink chalk ink. The smaller gray circle was pop dotted onto the larger circle. The ears were created by cutting out four Stitched Oval Die cuts, two in gray and two in pink card stock. The pink ovals were cut down by hand to fit inside the gray ovals. The little bow that was added to the bunny was cut out using a die from the Hello Chickie Stamp Set.  The little circle in the middle of the bow was cut out using a die from the Stitched Pretty Flowers and Leaves.  Once the whole bunny face was put together it was glued onto the back of the treat Box. 

The box was then filled with pink, white, and purple crinkled paper that I got at the Dollar store. Then I added a few little Hershey's Kisses. The sentiment from the Teeny Tag Holidays was stamped onto the Teeny Tags. It was added onto the foot of the bunny and then accented with a twine bow. 

The 
Products Used:

Recollections Cardstock
Core'Dinations Pattern Paper
Peachy Keen Stamps: Black Eyed Critter
Peachy Keen Stamps: The Adorbsies
Peachy Keen Stamps: Here Kitty Kitty Faces
American Crafts Twine
White Gel Pen
Inkadinkado Chalk Ink
Dollar General: Crinkled Easter Paper
Pastel Hershey Kisses
Pop Dots

Here was my yummy snack while I crafted! Had to keeps some baby wipes near by so I didn't get chocolate on my project or my crafting tools! These along with Lemonades are my favorites!! They are so good!!




Thank you so much for stopping by!!

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7 comments:

  1. OMG.....Your project is WAAAAAY TOOOO ADORABLE lady!!!! EXCELLENT job my friend!
    As for your YUMMY looking cookies, someone did tell me that one of the girl scout cookies are Vegan!!! So I am going to have to look into that!!! THANK you for sharing your delicious snack with us!!! BIG HUGS!!! :)

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  2. Gorgeous bunny treat box, just adorable!

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  3. OMG Miss Emily Your Treat Box is totally Adorable!! I'm in awe over what you did and what you did and what you used to achieve your look....your Bunny Treat Box is Spectacular.....You definitely Outdid yourself. Great creative ways you've used Miss Emma's goodies. Your snack sounds yummy!! Great Share. YOU so ROCK!!

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  4. Adorable treat holder!! Girl Scout Thin Mint cookies are my favorite!!

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  5. You are so clever! Your little bunny treat holder is adorable! I've been snacking on way too many Girl Scout cookies - my niece caught my at a hungry moment. Don't shop when you are hungry!

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  6. I didn't get thin mints...that is what I would have gotten...my husband bought the peanut butter ones at the grocery where the scouts were set up. I have been snacking on the Hershey hard shell chocolate eggs! Chocolate is so hard to stop at one!
    Your project is so clever and adorable! What a fabulous job.
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  7. Your bunny is so darn cute, love how you used all different die cuts to put her together, very creative.

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