Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Another Spring Egg and an Altered Tag

An altered shipping tag 
for a Birthday.

Decorative elements include 
a vintage printable,
 a scrap of sheet music,
an applied butterfly 

and cherry blossom branch,
which are glittered 3D stickers.

The antiqued and glittered tag  
accompanies this 
lovely pink budding tulip.

Shouts of Spring
as it sprouts from a 
moss-filled egg 
resting on a little grapevine nest.

See another egg on a previous post here.

Hope you're enjoying your Spring
wherever you are!!

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Saturday, April 19, 2014

Sheet Music Paper Cones Decorated for Easter

These Easter Cones
were made using,

vintage sheet music,
gathered crepe paper streamer,
shimmer sticks pipe cleaner as handles,
and my altered shipping tags.


I love my little crepe paper carrots :)

Free printable images can be found at
Vintage Holiday Crafts
Vintage Dragonfly
and The Graphics Fairy

I added my own text
after I saved this image.

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Easter Blessings to All!

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Easter Eggs

After some inspiration from 
browsing the internet and
Pinterest, I wanted to
share my Easter Egg creations.

First, a decoupaged plastic egg
trimmed with jute twine, lace, and a tiny nest.

I found the perfect base to set it on
in this antique glass doorknob.


Next, this inspiration came from 

Unlike Carolyn, I didn't use real eggs.

It was quick and easy to paint up a dozen faux eggs.

I placed mine in a little nest that I fashioned out of
some grapevine that I had in my craft closet.

Also, I chose to keep the part of the
egg that I randomly cut off
and hot glued it to the back of the top 

Looks so cute anywhere.

Atop a silver candlestick holder...

Under a gutter wire cloche
which I also made...

Thanks for the inspiration Carolyn.

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Other Easter posts you may enjoy:

Easter Hugs,

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Easter Bunny Paper Castings

Are you familiar with paper casting??

You can find instructions many
places around the internet
and on YouTube.

One I like is by Aunt Rosie.

I purchased a plastic chocolate mold on ebay
and gave it try.

I finished with acrylic craft paint
and decorated.

Turned out "cute as a bunny".

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Warm Hugs
for a Blessed Easter Season,