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Supplies needed for the utensil pouch:
- Pretty Girl Button Brads
- Small Oval Sliders
- Basket Weave Embossing Folder
- Nestabilities Die from Spellbinders
- Clearsnap Chalk Inkpad in Yellow Citrus
- Colorbox Ink in Moody Blue
- Flower stamps
- Cookie Bags
- Card stock
- Baker’s Twine
- Mod Podge
- Hot Glue
I then drew stems and leaves on my flowers using the same set of fine line craft markers. I stamped “Happy Easter” onto a small oval slider using the Colorbox Ink.
You could even personalize that shape on the front with the name or initial of your guests. Then these great utensil pouches would double as place cards. Don’t love flowers? You can change up the decor on the front as well. This technique is super easy to personalize and can be used for any occasion. So use it to dress up your Easter table this week and your Sunday dinner table next.