One of my fondest childhood memories of Easter involves the new outfits my parents would buy for us. We’d get 2 new outfits, one set of new clothes to wear to our Easter picnic after attending church and another set of “fancy church” clothes. The outfit for church often included a pair of new white gloves, new white shoes, new dress with a coordinating purse and a new Easter bonnet. Yes, that was a long time ago. Those happy memories inspired today’s project.
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Keep scrolling to find out how you can make these sweet treats to use at a place setting or just to hand out to friends and family.
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These are the products I used to make today’s project. If you need to purchase anything simply click on any product photo below and you will be directed to my online store website or you can click on my signature at the bottom of this blog post. You can also contact me either by phone or e-mail.
How to DIY:
- I purchased a bag of Spring foil wrapped Reece’s Peanut Butter Cups in 4 pretty colors. The Stamping Up cardstock colors I could most closely match to the foil include Lemon Lime Twist, Balmy Blue, Crushed Curry (but Daffodil Delight would also work), and Sweet Sugarplum (retired color.)
- I used a scalloped die from the Layering Circles (approx. 1 /34″) for the hat brim and a 1″ circle punch for the tops of the hats. *Note: I used an old retired scalloped punch on the Balmy Blue hat.
- I gathered lots of cardstock scraps to punch out the flowers, leaves and flower centers with the Bitty Blooms Punch pack.
- The final touch was a double white bakers twine bow. So cute and easy!
- I used glue dots to attach the cardstock circles, flowers and bow to the candy.
Thank you for for joining me today. I hope you decide to make some of these cute Easter Bonnets for your family and friends. What’s not to love?
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