Back in February, I helped one of my customers (Hi, Christy!) decorate some EOS lip balms that she was going to give her girls for Valentine’s Day. She had seen the idea “somewhere on Pinterest” and figured she could recreate it using her Stampin’ Up! supplies. The only thing she didn’t have was the circle cut out for the center . . . which I helped her with. Then, I promptly forgot about sharing the project … because I didn’t have any of the EOS lip balms on hand!

 Fast Forward to NOW . . . a few days before Easter and I had to get my rear in gear if I was going to recreate this idea for my daughters in lieu of candy for Easter. I got me some Lip Balms!! The project took just minutes and now I am ready for Easter morning!

This one is for Kasey . . . ’cause pink is “girly” and she’s my girly girl. She’s got the bright pink purse and this lip gloss will find it’s home there and be quite comfortable I’m sure. She is finishing up her last year of high school . . . oh where, oh where, did the time go? I used Rose Red card stock, Strawberry Slush patterned paper from the Printed Papers 2013-15 In Color Stack and So Saffron dotted paper from the Subtles Pattered Paper Stack.The flower is created with the Floral Framelits and the Circles Collection Framelits.

This one is for Kari . . . ’cause she’s the calm, cool, collected one. As a future Respiratory Care Specialist, it will probably match her scrubs. She just received her acceptance letter this week from the Mayo School of Health Sciences. We are so proud of her and of all she is accomplishing in college at the University of MN in Rochester. The flower begins with a base of Pool Party card stock, followed up with patterned paper from Lullaby Designer Series Paper.

And finally, I’ll give the heart created with Marina Mist card stock and Sweet Dreams Designer Series Paper cut out with the Hearts Collection Framelits to my daughter, Karel. She’s our blue eyed girl at the University of MN following her dream of becoming a Computer Scientist. She has her second internship lined up for this summer and is looking forward to her last year of college where she can really dig into the latest programming technologies.

Here is the How To Video . . . all the supplies are listed below. I think these would also make great party favors or Mother’s Day gifts that even little kids could help make. They truly are a snap to make!

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