Pyramid Pals Carrot for Easter

I’m getting ready to rush out this morning so, I don’t have much time to chat.  First, I’m headed to the high school to help with the chocolate sale.  And from there, I’m heading on to Pittsburgh to pick up my daughter for Spring Break.  I’m looking forward to having her home.  Still got to pack to….

I’ve used Pyramid Pals

Pyramid Pals Carrot for Easter from

and created this carrot to hold some Easter treats.

After cutting the Tangerine Tango pyramid pieces,

I stamped them with one of the border images from Delicate Details to add

some visual texture to the sides.  These were stamped in

Tangerine Tango.

A couple of weeks ago when I made a unicorn from the Pyramid Pals, I experimented with

using a tuck flap so that you don’t have to rip the cute box apart to get to the goodies.

I’ve used that again today and attached the Pear Pizzazz top to the flap.

Around the edges of the top, I stamped another image from Delicate Details – this time in Pear Pizzazz.

Then, I used my Paper Snips and sort of trimmed out the bottom of the design.

The sentiment is from Teeny Tiny Wishes.  Once it was stamped in Pear Pizzazz

on Very Vanilla, it was cut with the Classic Label Punch.

Then, using the 1/16″ Handheld Punch I cut a hole through which was threaded Linen Thread.

The fringy top to the carrot was cut from Pear Pizzazz with one of the May Flowers Framelits.

I attached it with hot glue since there were so few points of contact.

Thanks for stopping by and checking out my Pyramid Pals Easter Carrot.

Use it in your Easter baskets or for your holiday table!

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