March 2020 Stamp Camp Recap - Easter Cottage Treat Box

Welcome to Day 3 of the March 2020 Stamp Camp Recap! Today's project is the third and final project we created at Stamp Camp, this fun and adorable Milk Carton Cottage. I got this idea from a fellow Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, Angie Juda over at Chic N Scratch. She has a lot of really cute ideas and when I saw this one I thought it would be a fun project for Stamp Camp. You can see Angie's original post HERE.

I used the Brick & Mortar 3D Embossing Folder and embossed the Vellum to create the shingle roof. Here's a close up of the shingle roof...
This milk carton cottage holds a large plastic Easter egg that you can fill with so many goodies. Put a little bit of grass in the bottom of the carton, add your filled Easter egg and you have a cute little Easter gift for anyone! Here are some ideas with what to fill your eggs with:
- candy (obviously!)
- Essie nail polish (they fit, I tried it out myself!)
- hair ties
- tiny toys
- temporary tattoos
- stickers
- etc.

How Do I Make It? To see how to make this cute Easter Milk Carton Cottage, you can view Angie's video on her blog HERE. Her video is very detailed, I didn't see any reason to recreate the wheel so to speak. To see the full list of products used and to shop them in my online store, click on any image in the product showcase at the bottom of this post. 

Note: Angie staples her box in her video. To me that just felt like it would be too hard for your gift recipient to open so I tried closing it with just the library clips and had no problem. The library clips are so sturdy that they will hold your box closed just fine. 

Thank you so much for stopping by. I hope that you have enjoyed the March 2020 Stamp Camp Recap this week. Be sure to check back often for more exciting projects!

Happy Stamping!
Jen


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