Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Spring egg wraps...

One more post for me today! My "Stash It" assignment was due today over at the Pink Paislee blog, so I pulled "this and that" from my Pink Paislee box of products and created these little egg wraps!
If you don’t celebrate Easter, you could use this as a Spring centerpiece as well. To make these egg wraps, I cut a few of the House of 3 – Daily Junque papers (Numbers and Map) 6” x 1.5″ for the bases to hold the eggs. Just wrap them around and adhere the 2 ends of the paper strip together in the back. At the top of the bases, I wrapped some of the Artisan Elements around the paper. The decorative Artisan Elements (dimensional swirls) are adhesive, so they stick right to the paper.
The eggs are simply decorated with Soiree twine and the Clear Pops Stickers (butterflies) from the Butterfly Garden line! I used the Sweetness journaling stickers to set them on and a bit of Spanish moss from the craft store to tuck around the bases. Everything is set on a white cake plate.
I am so yearning for Spring to arrive!

13 comments:

Anya said...

These look so adorable!

Vio said...

SO LOVELY ..... I suddenly like eggs I think ;o) thank you for the wonderful ideas you share!

Sonja said...

Gasp, I heart this so much!!

danni reid said...

oh my gosh, i just finished doing these for my project for OA on the 11th, love yours, they are gorgeous!

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Diana said...

Just picked up some of these lines of paper and embellishments. Thanks for the great idea, Danielle.

Ania said...

Too gorgeous and cute! :)

Diana Fisher said...

These are lovely!

curlyqmosaics said...

These are insanely cute! Will have to give it a try! Thanks for the fabulous inspiration!

Creative Busy Bee said...

So beautiful!

Jana said...

WOW! Love totaly your idea too! It looks like we are in syntony :-) And have to check your all your marvelous ideas! Great art and inspiration. TFS
Hugs
Jana

Briana Johnson said...

what a GREAT idea! Beautiful!

Rhonda V. said...

Danielle, these are just beautiful! I totally love this fun idea!!!