These were fun to make (for the most part)! I added that part because coloring each jelly bean with a marker and stamping, repeating, repeating, repeating wasn't all that fun. After a few inches it became robotic and I did get the paper covered that I needed to. Once I got my "One Sheet Wonder" done I cut off pieces from it to use for the headers and then the fun began.
The jelly beans and the bunny came from the "Spring Sampler" set. It's a fun little set and I wish I had more time to play with it. Once the bunnies were stamped I punched them out with the 1-3/8" circle punch. Then I used the scallop punch and punched out the Pretty in Pink pieces.
The bags measure 2" x 3" and the header was cut 2-1/4" x 4". I did plan the header so I didn't have any jelly beans on the back. I really did not enjoy coloring them. Did I mention that before? LOL I folded the header piece in half on the long side and stapled it to the bag. I stapled the header on "backwards". Most people would staple on the front. I staple from the back. That way the back is smooth and the bumps of the staples are hidden by the images I add later. I often hammer down the bumps to make them very flat.
The last thing I did was I layered the bunny image and scallop and affixed them to the header. They are now ready for Easter!
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