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March Card Class March 13, 2012

Filed under: 3D projects,Cards,Classes,Easter,Gift Ideas,Stampin' Up! — aliessa @ 6:27 am

March card class is all about EASTER!

Details are as follows:

**This month I am offering a Day class as well as the usual night class**

Day Class Wednesday 21st March, 10.30 am

Night Class Thursday 22nd March, 7.30 pm

Cost is $20 to make:

1 basket

1 set of 2 pillow boxes (see group photo for front view)

2 handbags

and 4 pocket cards

Please let me know as soon as possible if you would like to attend, and your preference for class (Day/night). Reply to

Thanks for stopping by!

Happy Crafting

Aliessa 🙂



March Card Class – Easter March 14, 2011

Filed under: 3D projects,Classes,Easter — aliessa @ 7:13 am

Hello everyone! Just a quick post to let you know March Card Class is coming!


Thursday 24th March, 7.30pm at my house (address given on RSVP).

cost: $15 for 2 sets of bunny jars (not including filling) with coordinating floral card (photo to be posted soon!)

You have the option to make more sets at $7.50 each – I will just need to know upon RSVP how many. 🙂

RSVP Thursday 17 March,

Sorry for the very sparce post, I have sick kiddies and just wanted to get this up before it was too late!

Please also note – this bunny jar is not my original idea. Please see this post for more details.


Easter Gifts April 1, 2010

Whew! We’re almost there already!! I can’t believe it. This year for Easter our family decided to minimise our spending (like at Christmas), and focus more on the Saviour, so I had a lot less shopping to do! Yay! However, I still made some gifts for the kids teachers.

First up, this gorgeous little bunny idea came from Marelle. How cute is he?? 

I especially love his “fluffy” white tail! It is just 4 scallop cirles held together with a brad and scrunched up. (I’m sure this idea came from Amy in the form of a paper flower – just a little adaption!)

And his face is made from circle punches (1 3/4″, 1″ & 1/2″), the ears I cut using my cricut. I’ve given the face a little depth by inking the edges of the large cirlce and the cheeks. And I’ve popped up his cheeks with a couple of foamies.  I finished him off with a little bow tie and tag (also from my cricut), and filled up his belly with eggs and peanut mms! Yum!


The second gift I made for teachers is Nichole Heady’s really cute bird box!! I first saw this over at Amy’s blog. If you want to have a go yourself click on Nichole’s link.

So, I’ve copied Amy’s idea of leaving one side open (but held closed with a hemp twine bow). So as not to destroy the gorgeous little creation when extracting the yummy goodies inside!

I really enjoyed making both projects, I think because the outcome was so rewarding!



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