Something for Easter…

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These are Moda Peeps.

They heard that Angela created a very cute printable to use for Easter Flags –

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What can you do with it?

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Just download the Easter Flags and print them on a color printer with a nice quality paper.  Cut out the strips – a rotary cutter works really well – and adhere to toothpicks with double-stick tape.

The Bella Solid rolls?

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Take one charm pack – Bella Solids are perfect for Easter – and remove the paper and backing.  While putting some pressure on the stack, push it away from you so that the stack “tilts” a bit.  Fold over the side you pushed against and begin rolling the charm pack as tightly as possible.  Secure with a rubber band.  One of the Flag strips fits around the roll – or use a length of ribbon to tie the roll.  The first one is the hardest – and the sloppiest.

This free printable can be found by following the trail… at the top of this page – Fun & Free >> Free Printables >> Easter Flags.

Or you could just click Easter Flags.

But hurry… other Peeps are already on the way.

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There’s one in every bunch, isn’t there?

Happy Wednesday!

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10 comments on “Something for Easter…

  1. Debbie says:

    Oh, sooooo cute. Thanks from an Oklahoma Moda peeps fan!

  2. Helen LeBrett says:

    Great little flags! Thank you!! 🙂

  3. Ramona Chester says:

    Too cute and just in time for my Saturday sewing group!

  4. How did you ever know I needed something just like this to put on my Easter eggs I am handing out on Sunday? Thank you 70 times!

  5. Mary Andra says:

    A very special project. Thank you. Sooooo Moda. Always thinking of us.

  6. JoAnne T. says:

    Oooo, so cute, I needed this for my guild two weeks ago but I’ll have it for next year, thank you!

  7. Linda L. says:

    I cringed when I read your suggestion to cut paper with your rotary cutter! But then, as I said inside my head “Rotary cutters are for fabric!”, I realized how terrific these would be printed on fabric and wrapped around eggs and other things or as flags/banners for small cloth chicks and bunnies. 🙂

    • Vicky says:

      I save my old rotary blades and use them for cutting paper. Faster and cleaner cuts than with sissors.

  8. Kristi says:

    Another great post. Thanks, Carrie!

  9. Adorable! I used the tootsie pops as anniversary handouts last fall, and will do so again this year! Looking forward to using the candy emergency kits with mini-bags of m and m’s at our next sew-in!

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