Here is a funny story. So my parents are here and yesterday was their last day so they decided to go for another walk in the sunshine before they go back to the snow in MN. I needed to make some kind of treat for them to bring back to my nephew for his pre-school class for Easter. I decided to make sour cream containers while they went on their "little walk around the block". They left at 10:30 and I got started. I didn't realize that they were gone as long as they were until my girls asked for lunch at noon. I made lunch and went outside to see if I could see them walking home but no parents in sight. I was just getting ready to get in the car and go look for them and they came in. Tired, hot and sweaty, and laughing. Their "little walk" took them 7 miles. They got a little bit lost and by passed several roads to get to our house. No money and no phone. I lectured them when they got home on taking a phone with them or money for a pay phone like they gave me when I was younger. I told them that next time they want to go for a walk I would pin our address and phone number on their shirts with a note that said, "If lost, please return to...." Just like we do for the kids on field trips. It was kinda funny.
I didn't make these too fancy and nothing to original either since I made the same ones for my daughters pre-school class only I added ribbon. Here are the directions to make these cute little treats. Super easy too. I used Scor-Tape to secure mine. I love that stuff. It is a premium double sided adhesive, best on the market, acid free, heat resistant and incredibly sticky tape. It can be used with embossing powders, foils, beads, glitter, ribbon etc. Also it is 27 yards long compared to Stampin' Up's 10 yards long and $2.45 cheaper. Go on over and see Diana and get yourself some of this awesome tape! Tell her I sent you.
Stamps: All Wrapped Up Accessories
Paper: Whisper White
Ink: Real Red, Yo Yo Yellow, Green Galore, Only Orange, Tempting Turquoise, Lovely Lilac, Pixie Pink
Accessories: Scor-Tape, Crimper, Chocolate Eggs