These little Easter treats are just too, too gorgeous and also really easy (for the less crafty among us).  We just love it when you get a beautiful result and it’s a project the kids can easily help out with.  Well done Lorelei – these are fabulous.  We’ll definitely be making these next week before Easter!

It’s the last week of school before the holidays and the Easter long weekend so Miss 6 and I have made some Easter treats for her to give to everyone in her class.

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I bought some orange mini bon petite boiled lollies online in bulk.  There is only a small amount in each bag but if you didn’t want to use lollies you could use orange twisties or anything else orange you could think of.

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Using my Martha Stewart grass punch we punched some pieces of green cardboard to put in the tops of the bags to make it look like the green leaves of the carrot.

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I already had some cellophane bags which were a perfect size and used sticky tape to tape one side up to make a triangle. Then we measured out a small amount of lollies and filled the triangle cellophane bag with them.

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We placed the cardboard leaves in the top and then gathered the top of the cellophane bag using an elastic band to secure it closed. We cut up some green bias binding that we already had at home and tied a piece around the top of each bag to cover the elastic band.

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Cute little carrot lolly bag treats for Easter. Easy to make and your kids can help with them too. I’m sure they will be a real hit with the kids at school and a change from all the chocolate easter eggs.

Note from MoM: For more amazing crafty projects for yourself and the kids check out Lorelei’s ‘crafty little site’ www.craftsmumship.com

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  • They are too cute! Lovely to receive and so much fun to make and give. Something different from chocolate at easter

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  • I love these will have to save this for next Easter.

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  • A fabulous ideas,love it!

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  • These are such a fan and cute idea!

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  • I wonder if somebody will leave some out for Santa to feed his reindeers.
    Our kids leave animal food and water out for the reindeers. (They are hungry and thirsty by the time they reach our area – kids have great ideas at times).

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  • very clever

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  • Great! That was an interesting article! Thanks for sharing!

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  • So cute and easy! Even the kids can help!

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  • So cute, now to try and find yummy orange lollies :)

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  • This awesome idea is going straight to my Easter activity box to do this year. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Very crafty

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  • this will be great to try this project for easter. what a nice idea! and unique as well


    • cheers for posting the great easter idea.

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  • Thanks for sharing this creative and pretty project; lovely! Great for gifts!

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  • These are so cute, such a great idea, can also put in Christmas colours in them (green, white, red), great to hang on tree come xmas time.

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  • So cute..may have to try this next time.

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