Good Idea: Finding Easter eggs on Easter.
Bad Idea: Finding Easter eggs on Christmas.
~ Jack Handy
These Glassine and Bitty Bags from Whisker Graphics are so fun to play with. The Little Bitty Bags are as small as 2.75" by 4" and great for gift cards or business cards. The 4.75" by 6.75" Glassine bags make perfect envelopes for bulky cards. And the biggest bag, the Bigger Bitty Bags, are 6.25" by 9.25" for the bigger treats. The Glassine bags are moisture and grease resistant so they also keep your food treats fresh. And . . . they're all food safe, biodegradable, recyclable, and made in the USA.
I know, I sound like an infomercial, but, I really dig these bags.
I love how easy it is to dress up the Glassine bags and they go with everything. So . . . that got me thinking about all the possibilities, and I went searching on my go-to site for inspiration . . . Pinterest.
Just head to my Glassine Goodness Pinterest Board for links to the original sites and amazing tutorials for these and other suggestions.
Hee, hee . . . When I saw that profound quote from Jack Handy above it reminded me of our Easter egg hunts. We boiled the eggs the night before and colored them with our PAAS® Easter Egg Color Kits – yeah, real eggs. We played the hot and cold game in the living room the next morning, but sometimes Mom and Dad forgot where they hid the eggs. The eggs we found went back into the refrigerator and we ate boiled eggs for a week. The ones we didn't find – ick!
Doesn't that just crack you up?! Left to right, that's my big brother, twin sister and me in front of Mom's flower garden on Easter Morning Circa 1968. Looks like I found at least one egg.