Need a fun treat for Easter events or just for fun? Here’s one that uses the versatile Petal Cone Die (see it online) to make a carrot treat box fit for the Easter bunny.
The project is a bit updated from the one I posted last year (see it here). This one uses only 3 panels of the Petal Cone die cut, instead of 4. And the texture on the carrots is added with the Lots of Love Letterpress Plate (see it online).
Tips for using Letterpress Plates:
- Ink the plate with Versamark Ink for a highlighted shadow effect
- Instead of a regular cutting plate, use the Premium Crease Pad (see it online) when you put your plates through the Big Shot. You’ll get a deeper impression.
- Want to see a video tutorial on it? Here’s one that I did for another Petal Cone project (watch it here)
Like the tag from this project? It’s created with the Elementary Elegance stamp set, which you can select for free when you order $50 from me during Sale-A-Bration (learn more!).
Recognize the shape of the Island Indigo banner behind the Curly Punch piece in the tag? It’s the banner strip from the Petal Cone Die! With this project, you’ll use all 3 pieces of the Petal Cone die cut — the big triangle, the scallop half circle and the banner piece.
Lastly — I created this project for one of my workshop hostesses last week! if you’d like to get friends together, too, and have a fun crafty evening, be sure to send me an email! There are a few dates left in my March calendar, and I’d love to share some ideas with you, too.
Looking for ideas? Check out some other projects on my blog:
- Petal Cone Die projects (see them now)
- Letterpress Plates (see some ideas)
- Easter Projects (see them here)