"He has Risen" Goodie Bags for Pre-School Class

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Hi everyone!
Easter is another favorite holiday for my family and it is a time we focus on doing more for others and less for ourselves — just like Jesus gave His life for.  The More Faithful Sayings stamp set by My Pink Stamper is just what I needed to make these adorable treat bags below.  I was TOTALLY thrilled to see the “He has Risen” stamp included on this set.  This is what I know each and every day of my life.  This stamp set totally ROCKs!

I created these goodie bags for Spencer’s classmates and a few friends.  I hope you enjoy them.  If this project looks a little familiar it may be because I was totally inspired to use the little faces on my eggs just like I did for my Easter Eggs Family Card.  Thank you all so very much for your super sweet feedback on that project.  🙂

For this project:

I started with plain white envelopes, sealed the back and cut the envelope in half (making 2 pockets).

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  • I started with plain white envelopes (letter size), sealed the back and cut the envelope in half to make 2 separate pockets.
  • The eggs were cut from the Easter 2010 cricut cartridge at 1 3/4″.
  • Grass is also cut from the Easter 2010 cricut cartridge at 2 ” — white Galaxy marker for doodling.
  • Blue Egg – Everyday Character Assortment byPeachy Keen Stamps
  • Pink Egg – Happy Lashes by Peachy Keen Stamps
  • I used my white gelly roll pen for white of eyes and chalk for the rosy red cheeks.
  • Using my Imagine I pulled the cross from the Easter 2010 cricut cartridge and flood-filled it with a pattern paper from the Imagine cartridge – Country Carnival — page 49.  The cross is cut at 4.6
  • I used a brown marker to make the doodling on the cross.
  • “He has Risen” and He Lives stamps are from the More Faithful Sayings by My Pink Stamper.

 

  • I added an orange ribbon to each bag for a handle.  You can insert it on each side of the inside of the envelope (I attached it with snail adhesive).

I really think Spencer’s classmates will love them…..especially that the “boy egg” is winking at the “girl” egg – HA!

See ya soon!
–Tracy

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  1. Hi Tracy!! These are ADORABLE!! My kids go to public school so we can’t prepare projects like these (so wish I could) but we did make some cute bunnies for the classmates (they’ll be posted on my blog in the morning).

    You did wonderful as always. I love the doodling, the goody bags and the creative use of an envelope! 🙂

    Crafty hugs, Cheryl

  2. Fantastic, wonderful idea, I love it!!

  3. Very cute! I did something similar with the “He lives” on the treats I did for my daughters daycare buddies and the kiddos at church! Check them out! http: //carleys-closet.blogspot.com It was the first favor project I had created on my Cricut and I was pleased! Have a happy Easter! And God bless!

    Shelley
    shelleymace21@gmail.com
    http: //carleys-closet.blogspot.com

  4. I love this project and never thought of using an envelope for a pocket. Too Cool. I have been looking for some cross designs and haven’t been able to find any. You did an awesome job!
    Sherry

  5. These are just perfect ! TFS !

  6. These are really great Tracy! I think Spencer’s class will LOVE them. I especially like how you put the cross in the bag 🙂