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Thanks to all who participated! This giveaway is officially closed!

Yup, that’s right Cupcakes! I haven’t had one of these for quite awhile. It’s almost Easter and guess what’s on that very same day? None other than the birthday of yours very truly. Oh yes. This is the second time I can recall that they have celebrated Easter on my birthday. How could they not? It’s a very special day. I mean, I was born! Ahem….

What I have here for two very lucky people is a Spring Egg Kit, or my version of a panoramic easter egg kit. I love a good holiday craft and this is one of the best, especially to do with kids. I made up these kits last year, inspired by one of my favorite childhood memories. Two lucky ducks are going to enjoy making these sweet eggs for Easter!

The Spring Egg Kit includes:

Instructions for how to make and assemble your Spring Egg
1 reusable plastic egg mold
a small round of fondant
1 jar paste food coloring
2 plastic piping bags
a collection of miniature figurines for the inside of your egg

Here’s how to enter:
Please leave a comment on this post telling me about a favorite holiday (any holiday) craft you enjoyed making as a kid!

And that’s it! I’ll be back Monday to announce the winners, to be picked at random, and will quickly mail off the prizes to two lucky winners who will (hopefully) have these sweetie-pies just in time for Easter!

Enter away!

PS ~ I’ve added 3 more kits to my Etsy shop. These, plus the ones I’m giving away are the last ones I have this year, so if you are interested jump over and check them out! Sold Out!

  • Just-chic.blogspot.com - Happy birthday! – in advance :) I’m born two days before Christmas day and as a child my treat for the day was to decorate the Christmas tree. I loved inventing all sorts of Christmas decorations! Lately I’ve spent my birthday in the kitchen, cooking the Christmas day meal so I don’t find it fun anymore to have my birthday so close to a holiday :)
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  • Debi - What a great giveaway! I’ve always enjoyed making halloween cookies and decorating them…especially cats and bats :-)
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  • allison - i loved making valentines when i was a kid. used many kinds of doilies and stickers, glitter, etc. when i got older i would bake cookies and decorate them like valentines for my friends.
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  • Angela - How cute are those eggs! My favorite holiday crafting was making something for Mother’s Day… whether we made pasta noodle necklaces, frames, soap, or flowers. :)
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  • A happy customer - I wanted to thank you again for selling these. My “honorary” grandmother was diagnosed with ovarian cancer around valentine’s day and she was thinking that she really wanted to make these panoramic sugared eggs with the great-grandkids for Easter. She passed away a week ago. We wanted to make her memory come alive. I don’t know if you truly realize how you helped make our holiday. Thank you!
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  • Abby - Do you remember one summer vacation when we went to Estes park Colorado? And one rainy day we stayed inside and made jewelry boxes by covering paper mache boxes with fabric. I still remember how much fun it was to put my precious little jewels in that fun little box.
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  • Lynne W - I always have loved decorating for Easter – the pastel colors, bright green grass, warm & sunny days more frequent…and with chocolate a big part of the day, what’s not to love? Your sweet egg reminds me of the ones Mom used to buy for my Easter basket, handmade by old-world candy makers at Olympia Confectionery on Broadway (That’s Cleveland, not New York). Thanks for the memory.
    ~Lynne (who found your blog from Peter’s…)
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  • Darla - Wow this is beautiful. My favorite thing to make for holiday was always latkas they are just so yummy and easy to make.
    I also loved to stay home from school sick and make paper chains for the xmas tree.
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