Friday, April 8, 2011

"It's Easter" Blog Hop (Day 2)

Hello everyone and welcome back to our "It's Easter Blog Hop". When I think of Easter, many different things come to mind. Sunrise service at church, the family getting together for a nice dinner, the kids hunting for Easter eggs, and the candy filled Easter baskets.
This next project reflects on the first thing. My faith. I saw a tutuorial on something similar to this, but Halloween oriented on customcrops. I thought it was cute and decided to do an Easter project with it.

You could use this just as decor, or put things in it. I planned on putting a vase in it and putting some of my daffodils in it, but the awful storms that we have had blew off all of the pretty flowers.
There are a few rules for this hop, in support of each crafter and the time they have put into their work, to be eligible for the Grand Prize Blog Candy from Shawnee, you MUST visit each blog and leave a comment.  If you have come to visit my blog, or just happened to be passing by and want to start at the beginning, just
click HERE and hop along with us
Now on to the Blog Candy. What's Easter without candy for your basket.
I will be giving away a Cricut Basketball solutions cartridge along with a kit for a paper bag mini album.
all you have to do is
1. Leave a comment (with a way to get in touch with you)
2. Be or become a follower.
That's it. Easy Peasy right?
This hop runs from April 7th - 10th, so you have plenty of time to make it all the way through the hop. Check out each blog and see what each blog has to offer for BLOG CANDY! Come back all 3 days to see some new projects, tutorials, and more.
Tell your friends about the hop for an extra chance.
Don't forget to visit ALL of the other talented crafters for your chance at the grand prize blog candy donated by our gracious hostShawnee
Now on to your next stop on the bunny trail  Christine.
In case you get lost along the way here is a list of all the wonderfully talented crafters joining in on the fun.


Brenda said...

Love your box, it is so beautiful! It would have made for a beautiful display for your daffodils! You will need to buy some just so you can display this beautiful box. Sorry the wind damaged the ones in your beds. The wind has been bad everywhere!

Judy Evors said...

cute box!!!TFS

Jessica said...

What a great tribute to the true meaning of Easter. I love it! Sorry about your daffodils. The tulips should be up soon and they are a little stronger and might withstand the wind!

Amanda said...

Very cute!! TFS!

amandawoodau at hotmail dot com

Rhonda Emery said...

love your box

kkay214 said...

OMG. I love it! Great job.

Mommy's Crafty Creations said...

very cute!!

Trisha said...

This would make a lovely flower holder. Sorry about your daffodils. TFS. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

CyndiU said...

Great creation, TFS. Hugs, CyndiU

Amy said...

Cute project!! I hope you'll still be able to add some flowers to it -- That would be so pretty!! Thanks so much for sharing!! :)

Amy :) at
scrapbookingwithamy (at) gmail (dot) com

Kitty said...

Lovely lavender- such a calm and classy color!

Kaitlin said...

Very pretty:)!


Texas JennyWren said...

Very pretty.

Lisa R. said...

Great projects. I LOVE boxes! Thanks for sharing. joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

RMS said...

Wow what a box, You really did a neat job! Thanks for sharing and I am now a follower.
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kathlee said...

Great job on that box! A vase with flowers would be perfect for it!

shersl84bed said...

This box is fantastic. Great job.

Smiles Sher

Theresa said...

this is perfect! I love how you decorated it, it is really what easter is all about!


This is beautiful...with or without flowers! :)

Vickie Leaf said...

Great box

marg0006 said...

great idea.

Cindylu2u said...

This would be a keepsake, it's gorgeous!!

kristyscraps said...

I love your box!! I might try to make something similar and have each of my boys help me put stuff in it--maybe statements of thanks to Christ or acknowledgements of their blessings. Thank you for the fabulous idea!