I’ve got one more Easter craft for you! So far I’ve shared a Crayola Easter Basket, Easter crayon boxes, Paper Easter Eggs, Chalkboard Easter Eggs, and Bunny Treat Boxes. Today I’d love to show you how I made these cute Jellybean Stacking Boxes with a little help from my PSA Essentials stamps.
My kiddos always like to count & sort their candy! So I thought it would be fun to make a set of stacking boxes that they could use to count & sort their jellybeans.
To make my stacking boxes I used the PSA Essentials Funky Numbers Peel & Stick stamp set. I stamped the numbers onto white card stock, & then I punched them out with a circle punch.
I cut out these stacking boxes with my Silhouette with an image from their online store with some fun Easter scrapbook paper. After I assembled my boxes I glued a different number on top of each box.
Then I filled the smallest box with jellybeans.
Then I stacked them all up & tied a piece of baker’s twine around the boxes.
I think my kiddos will enjoy getting these in their Easter baskets this year. :)
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Disclosure: I am a member of the PSA Essentials Design Team. I received the stamp set & the stamping supplies I used for this project & post from PSA Essentials. For more great ideas on how to use these amazing stamps visit PSA Stamp Camp blog. I would also encourage you to become a facebook fan of PSA Essentials for great giveaway information & deals on PSA personalized and Peel & Stick stamps.