Tomorrow while we are with my husband's side of the family for Easter, we will be celebrating my son's 6th birthday. (Even though he doesn't turn 6 until the 22nd.) So on top of making Easter baskets for the kids, I made little thank you bags too. Here's how they turned out:
(you can click on the pictures to see them larger)
I needed to make for 2 girls and 3 boys.
I decorated these cute little canvas bags with Cricut Cuts (except for the bunny - That's a Bugaboo Digi Stamp.) I also used Sweet Stamp Shop stamps for the sentiments and names.
Just for fun I made some funny face Straw Toppers using a cut from Graphically Speaking.
I added Googly Eyes to make them more fun.
On the back of the straw toppers I added magnets. That way they can remove the straw topper and put it on the fridge to use the next time. : ) (That's of course if the topper doesn't get destroyed on their first time using it.)
I also made a few popsicle stick characters for the youngest 4 to play with.
These were done quickly and not with a lot of detail.
They were cut using the Best Images of 2009 cartridge.
I used the Cricut Craft Room to make them, flip the image for the back side and to hide the eye cut out on the back image. I also used the Cricut Ink pen to trace them first before I cut them.
So along with the straw toppers, some extra straws and the stick figures, I added some candy and a snack pack.
Thanks for taking a look. Hope you got some inspiration. Let me know if you have any questions.