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With Easter just around the corner, we have some great #SimplyG45 Easter projects to share with you. Featuring a fast and affordable Treat Holder Katelyn Grosart has created using our Place in Time - Deluxe Collector’s Edition and ATC Black Policy Envelope. This idea is perfect for Easter, and would also be great for gifts and parties for any season. Recreate the magic as you follow along with her 60-Second Video Tutorial. To go along with this treat holder we are highlighting two Easter Baskets from Nico Scrap and Sandy Trefger. Let the fun begin!
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Easter Treat Holder – 60 Second Tutorial Video
By Katelyn Grosart
“I'm excited that this month, I'm back sharing another 60 second tutorial with you. Although it can be challenging, Graphic 45's products are perfect for achieving this type of project. So, by using the Place In Time - Deluxe Collectors Edition, and an ATC Black Policy Envelope, I was able to create this simple but quick and pretty treat holder, easy for anyone to recreate at home. I hope that you'll enjoy my video tutorial of my Easter Treat Holder as well as a few tips and tricks.” ~Katelyn
Tip: You only need to use one sheet of paper to create this treat holder.
Tip: Using the ATC policy envelope, it allows you to tuck a treat into and saves space on the dinner plate.
Graphic 45 Supplies:
Ranger Ink: Vintage Photo Distress and a blending tool with foam
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: 3D Foam Squares and EZ Runner
Looking for more fun Easter ideas?
Check out this blog post with not one, but two great Easter Baskets.
Place in Time Easter Basket
By Sandy Trefger
Tip: To create a paper Easter basket, first, decide on the size of your basket, then cut a piece of cardstock for the size of the bottom plus 1.5”–2” for each side. Score all four sides of the cardstock for the height of the sides of your basket, and then make 4 cuts to create flaps. Assemble with glue attaching the flaps to the inside. Add a cardstock handle and decorate. Colored tissue paper shredded or cut into strips makes wonderful basket filler.
Grungy Easter Basket
By Nico Scrap
We feature at least one #SimplyG45 tutorial in our newsletter each month. These projects can be done within 60 minutes, on a budget and are simply amazing! Get ready for Easter with a fun DIY Easter basket. All you need is one 12x12 sheet, paper scraps, and embellishments. Follow along with Nico Scrap's video tutorial to see how. Click the link to sign up for our weekly newsletter.
Wow! We hope this post has you hopping around your craft supplies ready to start your next creative adventure. We want to send our thanks to Katelyn, Nico, and Sandy for sharing these fun and easy ideas with us, and of course BIG thanks to you for joining in the fun. Be sure to leave your comments below to be entered to win this week's prize package, and spring back tomorrow an Easter Card Tutorial. Until then...