Spring Has Sprung!
To celebrate, I'm posting this project on making the Fanciful Easter Eggs and tomorrow I'll have instructions about putting together the Peat Pot Baskets. Let's get egg-cited for spring!
Supplies: Modge Podge, plastic eggs, letter stamps, Staz-on Ink, acrylic paint, scrap material (canvas, cotton or even light colored ribbon would work). Optional: Stickles or glitter.
Channel your inner child and paint the plastic eggs.
They need 4 coats but the paint dries so quickly, it's easy-peasy.
If you like things sparkly, you can use Stickles or glitter to sparkle up the eggs.
It only takes a thin coat.
Stickles also dries fast.
In the meantime, stamp some sentiments on your scrap fabric.
Some happy little words I used: Tweet, Chirp, Cheep!, Swoon, Glee, Spring, Delight, Bloom, Grow and Fly. Cut out the words and glue them on the eggs with Modge Podge.
Come back tomorrow for a simple Peat Pot Baskets Tute.
holly ll says
Quite possibly my favorite Easter project I have seen. Sweet and colorful. LOVE the words on the eggs!
I just knew I would find some sweetness over here my friend…I am on the road to Easter…just bought some eggs to cover..have to do that yet. You have inspired me once again. Hugs and love to you. xoxoxoxoxoxxo
Jane Harrah says
Cutie Patootie Malia. That is so cute! Thanks for sharing.
Susie HomeMaker says
This is such a cute and fun idea! Thanks for showing this to us.
Little Susie Home Maker