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Easter Tags and A Happy Blog Anniversary

(Scroll down for Cheryl's post.  We actually posted at similar times!)

Hi!  Well, Cheryl and I have actually made our one year blogging anniversary!  Happy Blog Anniversary, Cheryl!  Hmm, we're not quite sure how to celebrate it.  What should we do?

This week I'll also be sharing projects my kids have made.  Simon Says Stamp is having a special children's challenge.  And since I have 3 kids and they all like to craft, it may take this whole week to post their projects!  I'll try to keep it short.

These are just some simple goody bags filled with Easter grass and 3 mini eggs in each bag.  Each mini egg has 2 silly bands--those fun shaped rubber bands that kids seem to love to collect.  I cut the tags from PTI's Fillable Frames 9 and my son stamped the Easter egg from PTi's Tag-its #1 and wrote his friends' names on them.  The boys got the Easter egg tags.

These are the tags for the girls.  Same tags but he decided to use the bunny from Lawn Fawn's My Silly Valentine set.  I did break down and bought a couple of Lawn Fawn sets a while ago although I really wanted to buy a whole lot more.  The images in My Silly Valentine are so cute!  My son stamped and colored every tag.

I bought those silly bands last Christmas during a sale.  There was a whole bunch so I stocked up.  Tomorrow I'll post my daughter's goodies for her class.  She worked really hard on them too and she had to make way more.  So many kids in her class!

Thanks for reading and have a great week!  (I almost forgot to use my new signature that Cheryl created for me!  Thanks, Cheryl!  Isn't it so pretty?!)


Comments

donna mikasa said…
Happy Blogaversary to you and Cheryl! What fun Easter goody bags!
Heather said…
What a fabulous project Bradley, I just love the little mini egg treat bags and your stamping on the tags is fantastic. What a lot of friends you have and I bet they love these!!!

I'm so happy that you shared this with us at the Simon Says Stamp challenge,
love
Heather xx
Cheryl said…
What cute easter treats! Good taste in stamps! I thought the Lawn Fawn baby set was cute too. Man, I'm still surprised your kids don't get tired after making just 1 or 2.
Lorraine A said…
WOW !! Bradley you have been busy ! these must have taken you ages to make but I am sure your friends will love these !! Well Done :-)

thanks for joining in with the special Simon Says Stamp Challenge :-)
luv
Lols x x x
Lorraine said…
Wow, what awesome treats you made for your classmates, Bradley!
Sunghee said…
I LOVE these treats! I want one! =) Love the tags!

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