During conference this past weekend I was able to get a lot of crafts done, while listening to words from our leaders. A duo that is perfect for me :)
Next project, covered styrofoam eggs. I did quite a variation last year, but I saw this idea a few years back and it just wouldn't leave my head. These were actually acorns, but once covered I knew no one would be able to tell :) I took double sided paper and cut out 100 little flowers using my cricut. (I fit all 100 on to one 12x12 page using my gypsy.) Then I used my cute pins from Joann's and individually pined each flower on to the "eggs". 100 was the perfect amount. I didn't have any extra, and I didn't need any more :) Easy peasy.
How sweet are these little bunnies? My friend Natalie is a VERY talented artist. She designs cartridges for Provo Craft (among other things) and this is one of her images. It's on a cartridge called "Sugar and Spice" I loved the cute bunnies, and wanted to incorporate them into my Easter decor. I got this charger from Hobby Lobby for $1.99, the vinyl I already had :) LOVE that.
Iv'e wanted to do something cute for the past few years...but never got around to it. I saw these SUPER cute pails at Target for $5.00. By themselves they're cute enough, but I always like to leave my "touch" and personalize them. SO they became this:
I used my crop-a-dile to punch holes through the pail. I cut an egg shape using my cricut and "A Child's Year" cartridge. The letters were taken from my "Nursery Rhyme"cartridge, and I used scraps to make cute ties in the front. We are almost ready!