Hi paper crafters,

I hope you had a marvelous weekend and carved some crafting time for yourself.  Well, I had a Birthday Cards & More Workshop and had lots of fun creating with some new friends.  Don’t you just love to craft with friends?  You get so many new ideas.  Well, I was also busy creating all kinds of treats for Easter.  Today’s project is super-easy and quick!  Let’s see if you can figure out what I used to make this treat box.

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Clear Acetate Card Box

If you read the caption you know I used the Clear Acetate Card Box as a Easter Candy treat box.  I filled this with Easter Candy but you could also use it told a gift card or any gift.  I wish people still wore gloves to church.  This box is the perfect size for a pair of white gloves.  Oh, the memories of long past Easters when my sisters and I would wear our new Easter clothes to go to church on Easter morning.  We also had a new hat, white gloves and white shoes to coordinate with our new clothes. OK, back to what I used to make this project.

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What’s your favorite Easter candy?  My favorite has always been Robin Eggs (th malt ball type) and the marshmallow chicks and rabbits are a close second.  Thanks for stopping by today.  Leave me a comment with your favorite Easter candy or Easter memory.

Have a wonderful day!

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