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mandag 11. april 2011

Easter candybags

In the weekend I made these two candybags for the easter.
I tried to make them as lika as possible without being the same, as I wanted them to be "a pair".
A closer picture of "the right hand bag" :)
This is, of course then the bag that is supposed to stand an the left hand side - can't you tell by the flowers...

I had so much fun making them, and can hardly wait to fill them with candies :D

With these two I'll enter the challenges at:
Anonyme Scrappere - Påske
Saturday Challenge - Our feathered friends
Trykkpressa April - Fugler

Material list:

Size: Ca 3,5 X 5 inches
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black, DistressInk Walnut Stain
Stamps: Magnolia text "God Påske"
Paper: Papirdesign (PD 11547) "Påskekyllinger", (PD 10605) "Påske"
and Pink Paislee "Honeybee"
Other: Nellie's Multiframe's (MFD 007), flowers, pearlstring, ribbons
Other things: All edges are distressed and inked

10 kommentarer:

  1. Så utrolig søte!
    Herlige påskegodt poser i gult, nydelige motiver også!
    Takk for at du deltar hos AS!

  2. Så friske og flotte godteposer du har laget:)
    Gule roser var rett og slett nydelig! Lurer på om jeg ikke trenger noen
    Og så flott det kommer til å bli med snop oppi:)

  3. Oh my word this is very a beautiful creation, and such a lovely design and layout,

    Thanks for sharing with us at Secret Crafter Saturday Challenge: 129
    Our Feathered Friends,

    Good luck with the challenge,
    Hugs Bridget :) x.

  4. Åh, disse var bare supersøte!!!
    Takk for at du deltar hos AS

  5. Kjempe søte!
    Takk for at du deltar hos AS!

  6. For noen utrolig sjarmerende godteposer da! :)
    Takk for at du deltar hos AS.
    Klem, Anne.

  7. These are beautiful!
    Thanks for joining us at the SCSC!
    Helen x

  8. What a beautiful card

    Thanks for joining us for our Feathered Friends challenge at secret crafter this week and good luck!


  9. Fabby card

    Thanks for joining "Our feathered friends" challenge on SECRET CRAFTER SATURDAY CHALLENGE :)

    Hugs Jane x

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