Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Decorated Eggs For Easter


Something different to share with you today.
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I have been playing around with eggs!  Not real eggs, but those yucky plastic eggs that come in a multitude of different colours!
My eggs started off like this.


I painted the eggs white with primer spray paint, that was fun! you should of seen them flying all over the place from the pressure of the spray!  I had to paint them in stages to get a good even coverage, so patience was needed at this point, not my strong point when I am doing a project.  Then it was just a case of adding some scrapbook rub-ons,  Easy peasy, don’t you think.  I am sharing this over at Brambleberry Cottage


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30 comments:

  1. It's my daughter's first Easter and these are so cute and easy! Plus we could use them several years! Great project!

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    1. Cait - these would be a great project to make with your daughter, I am sure she would find it a lot of fun.

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  2. Oh I love these! But...patience really isn't my strong point either, especially with spray paint haha! I bet my swear box will be full by the time I get half way through!

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    1. I just used primer, so it went pretty quickly and was fun to do, I am sure you will have enough patience to make them!!!

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  3. Awesome-they look hand painted. I think I even have some scrapbook rub ons.

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    1. Thanks, there are so many pretty rubons available nowadays that the possibilities are endless.

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  4. Very cute and pretty easy. You'd never know there were neon plastic eggs underneath, great job! Come visit me at enjoylifeandlove.blogspot.com

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  5. Great idea for those plastic eggs! They look so classy now!


    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  6. Awesome!!! They look fabulous!!!

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  7. Easy, but so pretty! I'd love for you to stop by Etcetorize to share at tonight's linky party (http://etcetorize.blogspot.com). Hope to see you there~

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    1. Off to check your link party out and hope I am not to late.

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  8. Great idea. I am pinning these on my "to make" board. I always love a good easter egg idea.

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    1. Judy, there is so much inspiration out there nowadays, its such fun.

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  9. These are featured this week: http://trophyw.blogspot.com/2012/03/winners-and-feautures.html

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    1. Thanks for featuring my easter eggs on your blog, how eggsiting!!!!!

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  10. Your eggs turned out so lovely! Who would have guessed their humble beginnings?! lol

    I would love to have you link your project to my weekly linky party - Time Travel Thursday. Just click the button in the sidebar to go straight there, if the party post is not easily visible.

    Blessings,
    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage

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    1. Thanks for the sweet comment and for visiting my blog, I just popped on over and linked my eggs to your party, thanks for the invite.

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  11. These are the prettiest eggs I have seen this year! I can just imagine you chasing them around the yard though :) I'm your newest fan from brambleberry cottage blog hop

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    1. Debra, thanks for such a lovely compliment, and for becoming a follower.

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  12. Lovely! Thank you for sharing such pretty ideas.

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  13. I love this project so much that I'm featuring you on tonight's Make it Great Party at Etcetorize! I hope you stop by to grab a featured button and link up again~

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    1. Thanks featuring my eggs, I will be sure to grab a button.

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  14. Hi there! I just came from Etcetorize! My favorite feature in a while! I love your eggs. Thanks for sharing.
    Gen

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  15. This is one of the best plastic egg transformation out there in blog land. Seriously awesome!

    :)

    Linda

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