Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Easter Vintage Street Market style.......










Happppppy tuesday to you! Cherry here to share an Easter project that will surely bring a smile to someone dear. I started out with a http://store.vintagestreetmarket.com/collections/alterables/products/vintage-packaging-kit vintage wax glassine bag sold in sets in the store. These are great for a base for a treat bag and are sturdier than your new glassine bags. I than covered the glassine bag with some multi-use paper from the http://store.vintagestreetmarket.com/collections/paper-sheets-tags/products/dimestore-vogue. The sweet gingham pattern worked perfectly with the Spring theme. I than went to work using elements from the http://store.vintagestreetmarket.com/collections/easter/products/retro-easter-kit the gorgeous vintage aqua bingo card (they don’t make colors like this anymore) and the sweet Bethany Lowe ornament that comes in the kit. I added vintage trim to the bottom, the sweet little rhinestone brad, and plastic lily cabochon all from the Easter kit. Other than that some crickle seambinding and some wood buttons from my stash. I created four tags to stuff inside that would make great little accents tied to …what else a chocolate Easter bunny or any Easter treat! Cadbury egg anyone? The new bingo cards in the craft pantry staples http://store.vintagestreetmarket.com/collections/craft-pantry-staples/products/bingo-craft-cards were the perfect base for tags. The mini bingo cards were perfect for the little vintage Easter stickers found also in the kit. I added more fun vintage trim and ribbons and some paper from the http://store.vintagestreetmarket.com/collections/family-fun-collection/products/family-fun-paper-kit as paper accents on the bottom. I also used the twirly twine and adorable tags that are with the twine for sentiments http://store.vintagestreetmarket.com/collections/craft-pantry-staples/products/aqua-twirly-twine . The larger bingo card tags I decorated with vintage hankie scraps I had in my stash. I used a sizzix flower die and just piled on the layers. I have to say the Vintage Street Market kits make perfect kinship with any vintage goodies you already have in your stash. You must go check out the vintage Easter goodies in the store. If you want something unique and different there are some adorable things. I love being able to use something that not everyone has. Well…hope you enjoyed the Easter Bunny goody bag! Early Easter Greetings to you all! cherry

15 comments:

Rebekah said...

Beautiful! Ijust love my visits here. thanks for including the products you worked with. You are so awesome:)

Ros said...

Love those little bingo tags! ... each one is so cute and the bag is the finishing touch .. magical!

pattyo said...

So sweet and adorable! Can you believe Easter is only a couple of weeks away?!

pattyo said...

So sweet and adorable! Can you believe Easter is only a couple of weeks away?!

a mom of many said...

So much eye candy here! Wish you had a link to share to fb. :) Beautiful work, Thank for sharing your creations!
Traci

a mom of many said...

So much eye candy here! Wish you had a link to share to fb. :) Beautiful work, Thank for sharing your creations!
Traci

Marlou McAlees said...

sooooo beautiful :) ♥

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

How sweet, I just love those vintage bingo card!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

How sweet, I just love those vintage bingo card!

kolleen said...

Your creations are beautiful! Happy Easter to you as well. Thank you for sharing with us.

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

These are just BEAUTIFUL!! I loveeeeeeeee the colors and loving the tinsel!!

Audrey Pettit said...

Such a sweet pocket of goodies, Cherry! Adorable! Love those vintage images. The way you framed the bunny on the front of the pocket is just beautiful. Love the little banner swag beneath, too. And all those sweet little tags are just SO perfect.

Paula Boudreaux said...

I like your blog, your Easter goodies are so cute!

Maria said...

Gorgeous Easter bag filled with great treats! Love the sweety bunny and vintage bingo card! Sweet trim, too! Take care!!:-))

Cathy Cobblestone said...

Hey Cherry - everything looks beautiful - as usual - I wish I had an "inklin'" of your talent. It amazes me what you do with paper and do-dads!

Did you get your sink from Ikea - I hope so. You had asked me how I liked mine - I do LOVE it - and for the faucet - mine came from Overstock. Let me know if you need anymore info!

Happy Spring my friend!