Friday, March 27, 2009

Easter Seeds for Verve Project Parade

Here is my finished Easter project for the Verve "Project Parade".  It is not a typical Easter gift that we would think of at first, and believe me, I love chocolate!  It is a covered wooden tea box with seed packets inside to celebrate Spring and new beginnings.  Of course, you could fill this up with yummy chocolate eggs too ;)

The pics show the box before I covered with this yummy BG paper, a close up of the little card enclosure, an opened box with the seeds and the finished "all put together" for giving.  I used Julee's Floral Symphony as my inspiration.  Really easy.  I cut out my green BG solid paper to fit all of the sides of the box, glued with crystal effects.  The tiny strips on the edges are also BG Urban Prairie from the 6 X 6 pack (love the miniature patterns!)  I cut a wide band from both of my BG UP 6 X 6 sheets and glued together to make a longer band to fit around the tea box. Thanks for taking a peek!
ch{{rs, Chriss
       ~ recipe~
stamps              Verve Floral Symphony
paper                BG Urban Prairie
accessories         SU dimensionals for the cut out flowers, Copic markers


  1. this is really cool! I love how it turned out and no added calories:)

  2. great job! I love everything about it. The Floral Symphony works perfectly with the DP!

  3. Very fun project. Great job with the verve parade.

    It's a good life!
    Terri E.

  4. This is such a great project. I love the purple. It is a great and entirely underused spring color.


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