Paper Strawberries & Washi Winners!

Hi Everyone

A quick post to share today to recap another project from last year that would be great for Easter PLUS I am announcing the winners of the recent Giveaways!

These paper strawberries are perfect for hiding sweeties inside, or you could make a bowlful for some colorful Easter decoration.

They are simple to make and I have made them using both a paper template and an electronic die-cutting machine – the only difference is that with the machine they are quicker to cut out!

There are a few patterns available online โ€“ try this one here which you can print onto plain cardstock for a template or if you have an electronic die-cutter โ€“ you can purchase the cutting file here.  With either method it is easy to shrink or enlarge to create the size strawberries you want. I tucked some treats inside before using strong paper thread through all the holes in the petals to close. Don’t worry about how it looks as you are going to be covering the top with the leaves of the strawberry.

You can decorate the top with a brad or sticker for a great finishing touch.

The decorative box was created from the Yardsticks paper and this file, but you could easily use a plain box or straw basket.

If you do all the cutting beforehand – the kids can easily make these too

Congratulations to the following 2 winners of the contest previously detailed here

New Zealand Winner is Elaine:

International Winner is Tanya:

Congratulations ladies – please contact me here for all the details on how you can claim your prizes!

Please email me with any questions or comments.
Lowri ๐Ÿ™‚
I am linking this project up to these websites here.
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  • Reply Brenda March 27, 2013 at 12:52 AM

    Wahooo yay congratulations Elaine…And Tanya.

  • Reply Nikki March 31, 2013 at 5:41 AM

    Congrats to the lucky winners ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Reply Tanya April 1, 2013 at 11:49 AM

    Yay!! That's me!!!!!!!!!! Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚ Sending you an email right now!

    phenis2031 at yahoo dot com

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