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Easter Treats

Hi!  Today I want to share the Easter treats my daughter will be passing out to her classmates.  There are 29 kids in her class!  I think that is way too many.  My son's kindergarten class has 23.  I think that is more manageable but still a lot of kids to teach especially a bunch of active little kindergartners.

Here are the treats for the boys.  I did all the cutting and my daughter picked out all the stamps and did the stamping, coloring, gluing, packing and also the cleaning of the stamps!  She loves to clean stamps.  I used PTI's lunch box die and taped the ends to make like an envelope.  It was big enough to slide in 2 silly bands.  For the boys, she used PTI's Tag-its #2 for the circle border and the bunny from PTI's Tiny Treats Valentine's set.  She colored the bunnies with pencils and gave some of them fun designs and even colored in the backgrounds.  You may have to click on the photo to see it better.

These are for the girls.  Yes, way more girls than boys in her class.  It's been disproportionate like that since kindergarten.  For these, she chose to use PTI's Tag-its #1 for the scalloped border and Lawn Fawn's My Silly Valentine bunny.  Again, she gave the bunnies some fun designs and colored in the background too.  We took about 2 days to finish all of the treats for my daughter's and son's classmates.

She is excited to enter her project in Simon Says Stamp Special Children's Challenge!

Thank you for reading!


Cheryl said…
So cute! I love those spotted bunnies! That's a lot of coloring! I don't know what the average class size is nowadays, we have 19 in kindergarten this year.
Lorraine A said…
Gorgeous creations :-) I am sure all the children will love these ! The images you used are lovely ,, such cute bunnies :-)

thanks for joining in with the special Simon Says Stamp Challenge :-)
Lols x x x
Heather said…
Gosh Haley - you've been very busy making all these cards for you classmates!! I really like the colours and the the bunnies are fabulous - I like how you've coloured them all differently.

I'm so happy you shared this with us at the Simon Says Stamp challenge,
Heather xx
Lorraine said…
These are so cute! What a great job your daughter did on theee! Her friends will be so happy!
Sunghee said…
YOur daughter has a great style! Just like mommy!

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