Tuesday, March 20, 2012
I finished the five Easter Eggs for my Grand-kids. To see the pictures of all five you'll need to watch my YouTube video.
Here's some of the things I used to create these fun Eggs. I bought five 10 inch plastic Easter eggs from the Dollar Tree. I used papers from two packs made by Die Cut With A View, one in pink and the other in blue. The paper is a fabric adhesive backed paper which works great to stick down on the plastic bottom of the egg. I cut small triangles from the paper and created a patchwork look. I covered the seams with ribbons and finished off the edges with lace. For the top I used Wild Orchid Roses along with some others from my stash. I cut pieces from a spray from Ashland products that I bought at Micheal's Crafts. I added lace and ribbons.
These were fun to make and I hope my Grand-kids like them, although I think the candy inside will be more of a hit.
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Friday, March 2, 2012
Here's a fun way to add a little pizazz to your Easter Egg gift. I took a dollar store plastic egg and decorated it with adhesive fabric paper and flowers. Check out my YouTube video showing what I used to make it. Become a subscriber of my YouTube channel so you don't miss my next project.