This treat holder is so cute, you can basically create this for any occasion. I love the new Scallop Tag Topper Punch but if you don’t have the punches that I have on this video, please use what you have. This is just an example and you can use other punches to create a decorative edge to your card stock. I have used my decorative label punch, scallop punch and even my blossom punch. You just need to insert the edge of your card stock to your punch, line it up slowly to make sure the card stock is in the middle of the image, then punch! Easy, peasy!
Blushing Bride Card stock (Item No. 131198)
Cut at 2 inches by 11 inches (base)
Cut at 3 ½ by 3 ½ (middle piece that will hold the egg securely)
Daffodil Delight Card Stock — 119683 – Used to punch the bird and the wing
Pistachio Pudding Card Stock (Item No. 130020) — used for the leaves
Chocolate Chip Card Stock — Item No. 102128 — for the branch
Scallop Tag topper Punch — Item No. 133324
Bird Builder Punch — Item No. 117191
1 ¼ circle punch – Item No. 119861
Extra Large Oval Punch — Item No. 119859
Red Rose Ribbon
I hope you enjoyed this video. If you have any questions, please feel free to send me a message.. Craft with your loved ones and create some memories. Happy crafting!
2 thoughts on “Easter Egg Treat Holder”
Very nice project. I do have the 1 1/4 circle punch but found that it doesn’t work on this project (or at least I wasn’t able to figure out how to use it). You can’t get the punch far enough in to punch it in the center of that square piece. Any suggestions? I tried the colluzzle but that doesn’t have the correct circle either. And I don’t have a die that is that size. I cut it out using an exacto but that didn’t really look very good. I will check back and see if you were able to use the SU punch when you get yours. Cute project though and I will make several for my grandsons and my stamping friends. Thanks. tonilea
Hi Tonilea, you can fold one of the flaps to get your punch far enough to be able to get to the center of the box. It will cut a little piece of the flap but it doesn’t matter since you will be adhering it to the treat holder anyway, and no one will see it. Just please make sure that you’re adhering that piece on the other side of the treat holder so it doesn’t show. Thanks for your feedback and support. I hope this helps and hope to see your project. I’m sure everyone will love it. Hugs, maria