Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Last Minute Easter Treat Bags

I noticed that someone had pinned these simple Easter candy treat bags I made last year on Pinterest.  Since Easter is just around the corner, I thought it might be nice to share them again. 

Here are all of the bits and pieces you will need.  Any candy will do but these little foil covered chicks from our local candy shop looked very cute!  Click HERE to go to the original post with step by step photos and directions.

Someone asked me if the new universal format digital kits from Creative Memories can be used with the Silhouette Studio software.  These kits are in png and jpeg formats so you can simply open the file where they are located and drag the item you want over to the Silhouette Studio mat.  Then you add a cut line by tracing the outer edge of the image.  You can cut out images from any of the other Creative Memories digital content sets by first saving the element to a new file and tracing.  I'll try to post a step by step explanation soon.

You can set up the items to print on regular 8 1/2 x 11 cardstock in your home printer and then cut out the elements with the Silhouette Cameo or SD.

 I did a few quick samples.  The chick, "Happy Easter" words and the egg paper are from the new Bunny Hop Universal Format Kit

The floral design is one I created using a digital element from another collection.  I just love the blue and violet colors.  I think this will make a pretty card with a few more details added.

I got involved in a project on Monday that took forever - and it still isn't finished.  I think I am making it more complicated than it needs to be.  If I get it all worked out, I'll share it.

Have you finished decorating for Easter?

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  1. These would be so cute to hand out at Sunday School this weekend. TFS

  2. these are sooo cute



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