This afternoon my church youth are making Easter Baskets for the Ronald McDonald House children and their siblings. I made 20 milk carton Easter bunnies to be included in the baskets, based on the initial count. The final count was 30 including siblings. I gotta tell you I was kind of tired of bunnies, even if they were stinkin cute! So, for the last 10 I made chicks. I would like to thank those that had the idea of making Easter critters using the milk carton die. I used retired pastel cardstock and punched a hole in the back to put the candy in. I didn't show the rear of the chick but he has a hole covered with a scallop circle. I used pumpkin pie on the edges of my scallop circle wings and the circle in the back.
Aren't these cute! I used pretty in pink ink on the edges of the ears and the face, the inside of the ears and the nose are pretty in pink cardstock punched with oval punches and the small heart punch. If I had more time I would have popped up some cheeks with dimensionals, made the nose a tad smaller and added whiskers and feet on the bottom of the milk carton. Don't you hate it when you finish a project and see things that you wish you had done?
My next project is to make petal cone containers to send with pastor Bill to shut in's. Enjoy your Sunday and have a great week.
Hope to stamp with you soon!