Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Altered Dollar Tree Easter Eggs

Greetings friends and welcome to another Easter post.  This is an altered egg from the Dollar Tree.  Isn't it beautiful.  It was spray painted with pink spray paint.  Then Modge Podge was applied with a paint brush and chunky glitter sprinkled all over.  Just love how these turned out!
And, look what was on the inside.  These cute tags with those fuzzy peeps you can find at Michael's.  Don't you love these peeps with there little Easter Bonnets!  It tickled me so much to finally be able to use these peeps on a project.  
Here's another altered Dollar Tree Egg in a blue colored configuration.  You can see the pretty pearls and leaves used to decorate these eggs.  It was a blessing to be gifted a box of Bridal shop extras from my friend.  The Roses were created with a Marianne Creatables Rolled Rose die.  Distress inks were used to color the ribbons for a beautiful match.
Here's what was inside this egg.  Aren't they cute.  This is a cute little bunny die that holds a Reese's peanut butter egg.  They are just adorable!
One more to show you.  There are just so many ways you create you beautiful altered Dollar Tree eggs.  It was such fun creating and hope you give it a try.
These were the bunnies inside the pink egg.  Thanks so much for stopping by today.  I sure do appreciate it.  I am back in the craft room.  I will have a House Warming project to share with you soon.  Until next time, Happy Crafting.  Hugs and Blessings!

Monday, April 22, 2019

Peat Pot Easter Baskets with Sizzix Tim Holtz Bunny

Hello friends.  Hope you all had a wonderful Easter.  Today is a share of Easter Baskets created from Disposable Peat Pots you can find at Walmart.  They are fun and inexpensive to alter.
As you can see, there are many ways to decorate and paint these fun peat pots.  The eggs inside the basket come from the Dollar Tree.  This pot is painted pink and decorated with trims from Hobby Lobby.
This pot was painted white and decorated with trims from Hobby Lobby.  The handle on the baskets were made from a Martha Stewart punch.
This basket features a fun fur trim.  The Bunnies are a Tim Holtz Sizzix die that was cut on heavy  white cardstock and had glue applied to hold that beautiful chunky glitter you see.  Thanks so much for stopping by today.  As you can see, I am trying to be better at updating my blog this year with new projects.  Be sure to come back tomorrow as I have another fun Easter project for you.  Until next time, Happy Crafting.  Hugs and Blessings!!!