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Masa & Akemi

Hi!  I won some cute stamps from Sister Stamps recently so I thought I'd put together Easter treats for my kiddies' teachers.  I had actually won 2 Masas but Jenny was nice enough to switch one so I got Akemi too!

I made 9 little treats, 7 Akemis and 2 Masas in different colors.  I used PTI's favor die and picket fence die.  Also used MFT's grass die.

These are kind of small so I could only fill each one with 5 Nestle Crunch eggs. 

Here are all the girls.

A close up.  Cute!  Love the bunnies!

I also used PTI's Tiny Tags die to cut little flower shaped tags and embossed Happy Easter on them.

The 2 boys.  

I colored his hair with Copics but I used a black Prismacolor Pencil on the blue one's hair which is why they look a bit different.  Just experimenting.

Oh, I also have to share this card that my youngest one made as he asked that I blog it too.  Crab is from Paper Smooches and the shell from Lawn Fawn.  The coloring and design is all his own.  Hehe.  

Thanks for reading!


Jenny said…
Awesome!!! Thanks for sharing what you made with your candy wins!
Great job Eva - you sure made them look all so pretty and handsome on those trick holders.... Great coloring and perfect detailing....
glowegal said…
Aww sooo cute!!
These are adorable Eva!! I want one of these! :D hehe. You are so creative! and OMG! I love what your son made what a cutie hehehe! He is a budding crafter too I see :)
Cheryl said…
What cute baskets! They look so pretty all lined up together, so colorful. Nice coloring of all the kimonos and hair! Gosh, you are the master of mass producing. Your son is so cute, love his card!
Wow, these are totally adorable.
Joy said…
I just LOVE these baskets,they are so adorable all lined up in the different colors! I am in awe of crafters like you who can color up so many of those stamped images, and they all look great!

Plus, I LOVE Nestle Crunch eggs, they're the BEST!

Have a great week!
Lorraine said…
These are so cute, Eva! I love all the different details you added and your coloring rocks those sweet stamps! And I love your son's card! Tell him he did an awesome job with the stamps and coloring!
Rachel Parys said…
Wow! You are all set! Those are too cute! And those bunnies are the best!

Love the crab pic! Nothing wrong with following in mom's footsteps! ;)
RiNNE said…
these are just fabulous-O! Love the favors and the colors are so festive! Can i ask what die-cutter you use? I'm researching different kinds!
Leanne said…
Adorable treats!! Love how you color coordinated everything. The fence and the treat holder are pretty cool.
I think you've got a future crafter on your hands. ;)
Debi said…
Wow, that's a lot of coloring - and beautiful coloring, too! Such cute baskets - love them!
These are wonderful! Will have to try for next year. TFS!

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