You’re A Good Egg Easter Treat CASE’d

Fun Easter treat or Easter favor featuring several awesome Stampin' UP! products. Details on my blog www.luvinstampin.com Wendy Cranford

Today’s adorable little treat is CASE’d from my friend Rose-Ellen.  You can visit Rose-Ellen’s blog HERE or follow her on Facebook HERE.

I met Rose-Ellen a little over a month ago at a leadership event in Michigan, that my friend Ronda Wade hosted.

We had a great time.

Ronda Wade's leadership event in Michigan Wendy Cranford www.luvinstampin.com

Then all of the sudden last week I am on Facebook and I see Rose-Ellen is near where I live.  I immediately FB message her to find out what she’s doing in my neck of the woods.  She lives in Virginia after all.

She messaged me back and said I am here visiting Cathy Williams (another fellow demo).

Rose-Ellen Eastman, myself and Cathy Williams visiting in my craft room.

We quickly arranged plans and they came to my house on Wednesday of last week for a visit.

When they arrived, Rose-Ellen gave me the adorable treat that I have to show you today.  With her permission of course, I have created a video and wanted to share with you how you can make this super cute and simple goody too.

Fun Easter treat or Easter favor featuring several awesome Stampin' UP! products. Details on my blog www.luvinstampin.com Wendy Cranford

So the fun doesn’t end there.

My sweet friend Chris decided to come over and craft the day away with me on Saturday.  Guess what we made?  ALL DAY.  Tons of these little treats.  Chris made 10 for herself too.  We had a great time.

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This is why I love what I do.  I love that it brings so many people together.  I never would’ve met Rose-Ellen if it weren’t for Ronda’s event, I wouldn’t have met Cathy if it weren’t for meeting Rose-Ellen and Chris and I wouldn’t have had an adorable project to work on if it wouldn’t have been for Rose-Ellen coming to see me.

So you see… Sharing what you love and loving what you do, really is the happiest thing in the world.

Please enjoy the video.

To purchase any of the products you see in my video you can click on the images below the video.  You will be taken to my online store to purchase them.  

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Supplies for this adorable project.

Price: $110.00

7 Responses to You’re A Good Egg Easter Treat CASE’d

  1. Chris March 6, 2017 at 9:45 am #

    Great video! It does show up small on video but then you placed here on your blog so I think you are good.

    • Wendy March 6, 2017 at 1:01 pm #

      Thanks Chris. This is super helpful feedback. I am trying to figure out a way to show the products in a clip like that but so that they are big enough that they can be seen. We will see… I will keep working on it.

  2. Rose-Ellen Eastman March 6, 2017 at 6:55 pm #

    Goodness Gracious its amazing how things work out sometimes! I’m so glad we met in Lancing and that I was able to visit last week and that you liked the Good Egg Tic Tac treat. You’re video is so cool. Wish I had thought of doing that for the wings. Mine were a little different but yours are easier! Oh, BTW, the supply list looked fine for me and I was watching it in full screen.

    • Wendy March 7, 2017 at 9:21 am #

      Thanks so much again Rose-Ellen for coming to visit!

  3. crafty grandma March 7, 2017 at 6:01 am #

    What a great little treat to give!!! Every year I make a little treat for the various holidays for my bowling team. The teams are all Golden Agers – most are between 70 to 90!!! Hubby and I are the of the league!!! When they get these little treats they get soooo excited. I think I will put in their favorite no sugar candies instead of the tic-tacs although one of them could sure use it!!! Thanks for the great idea!!! BTW – I like your videos because they are clear with no babble talk and mostly you include the measurements! I would have never thought that the hole was 2 inches!!! it looks much smaller on screen….

    • Wendy March 7, 2017 at 9:20 am #

      The hole is 1″… Did I say 2″.??? LOL…. Thank you very much for your feedback.

  4. Sandy F March 7, 2017 at 9:31 am #

    I love this project, and the way the supplies are listed. You look so happy, like you are all having a great time! Thank you!

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