Tuesday, March 6, 2012

DIY Easter Egg Tray, Stamped Ribbon and Crochet Eggs

I wanted to give my boys something we can use every year and I just love those crochet eggs from Tara Murray at Easy Makes Me Happy. I have purchased a viking hat pattern from her last year and she makes it so easy. I gave her FREE egg crochet tutorial and they turned out so well.

Day 2 of the week long Easter crafting at PSA Stamp Camp.

Don't forget to follow the link and check out the Easter giveaway package!

To qualify use this link -> http://psastampcamp.blogspot.com/2012/03/easter-crafts-crochet-eggs-and-ribbon.html

I used Sugar 'n Cream yarn in Lime Stripes, Daisy Ombre, Natural Stripes and Country Stripes. I just love the bright these color combination for Easter.

Stuff the egg carefully and massage the fiber so it's evenly distributed. I admit this project took a while but so so worth it.

I saved up an egg tray and repurposing it as a Easter gift box. I used a craft white paint to cover the label. Let it dry for an hour.

I painted a bright yellow and set aside to dry.

While, the last coat of egg carton dries...I prepared my fabric ribbon and stamped a watering can image. I used the PSA Essentials Peel & Stick Topiary Stamp Set.

I wrapped the fabric ribbon around my Easter egg gift box ant that's it! Pretty packaging in minutes. 


Judy said...

Very Cute! I'm having a give away on my blog. Check it out!

Sarah said...

So cute. I love how they go back in the egg crate.:)

I would love for you to share this at my Flaunt It Friday link party. There are also TWO amazing giveaways this week! It closes Sunday at midnight.


Looking forward to more posts,

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