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Hello from the United States.  Welcome to February's hop.  I used Inside The Lines Designer Series Paper for my Sale-A-Bration items.

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A white gift box was used for this project.  The paper was cut at 3" which is the measurement of the box and wrapped around the box with the end pieces wrapped at the bottom.  As a hint, make sure you fill your box before you do this or you will have to take it apart.  I filled the box with pastel chocolate filled Easter Eggs but that is just one suggestion.  The acetate sleeve was then wrapped around the box.  For the tag, the layering ovals were used for the large egg.  The inside oval was cut from the Timeless Tags Thinlits dies.  A sponge brayer using a Mint Macaron ink pad was used to color the paper. 

After adhering the two eggs together, the Cupcakes & Carousels Embellishment Kit was used to decorate.  The 3/8" Metallic Ribbon Combo Pack silver ribbon was used to place around the tassel ring.  Glue dots were adhered to place the bow on top of the ring with a rhinestone to complete the look.  Baker's Twine from the embellishment kit was used to tie a bow and give some more texture to the egg tag.  An extremely easy project that I made for Easter.  An easy project to make in multiples.

Here is the card I made to send for Easter again using the Inside The Lines Designer Series Paper:

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The egg was cut  with using Timeless Tags sponged with Marina Mist ink.  Whisper White, Mint Macaron and Marina Mist cardstock was used on the layers for the card.  The top side of the card is 4 1/4" by 5 1/2" so each layer was cut 1/4" less on each side than the one below and adhered to each layer for the multi framed look.  The bow from the Cupcakes & Carousels Embellishment kit was wrapped with baker's twine from the same kit in the center and then adhered to the egg.  Rhinestones were used for the centers of the flowers for added bling.

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Candy Ford

Now that's really thinking outside the box. ;-) Thanks for sharing, Phyllis!

Cynthia Millan

Oh Phyllis ! I absolutely love how you've used this Inside the Lines paper as patterned Easter eggs. Aren't you the brilliantly creative one! :) I may just have to CASE this idea!! Have a wonderful rest-of-the-day and God Bless, Cynthia <><

Karina Chin

Beautiful Phyllis!!! A perfect project for Easter!
Thanks for the inspiration!

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