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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Spring Home Decor with GlueArts!

It's just not Easter without Easter baskets...and yes...Easter eggs!

We have two ever so fun projects for you today whether you celebrate Easter...or spring..they're the perfect addition for a basket or bowl in your own! Perhaps on a mantel or entry table too!

Designers Jan Hennings and Kristen Swain will have you itching to get crafty today and make some of your own!

"Springtime Butterflies"
GlueArts Designer: Jan Hennings 

Supplies:

Star Pillow
Greenery, Butterflies (Graphic 45)
Glue Gun and Glue Sticks (Glue Arts) 

Instructions:

Start with a star shaped pillow. Look for these in your local stores such as HomeGoods, Gordman's or yes..make your own!! 
Cut out butterflies. 
Hot glue greenery and butterflies in place. 

Consider making several or smaller ones and tuck into a bowl for an entry table!!


Folksy Fabric Easter Eggs
GlueArts Designer: Kristen Swain

Supplies:

Glue Arts Fabric Bond, Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
Sewing machine
fabric- craft store and basic grey
pinking scissors 


Instructions:

1. Use pinking scissors to cut out strips of fabric and sew using basting stitch, then pull stitch to ruffle fabric.


2. Trace egg pattern and stitch around egg. 
3.Use fabric bond to adhere ruffled pieces across egg. Cut at traced edge using pinking scissors. 
4. Iron into place 
5. Decorate eggs with Hot glue gun, fabric, flowers and buttons/twine. 





Do you make any decorations for your home for spring or Easter? We'd love to hear what you're up to! And for post a comment...we'll pick some of our favorite GlueArts products to send to you!


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Don't forget to stop by our spring cleaning event! We have great deals on our Glue Rings...great for taking to crops, our Crop & Glue and if you've always wanted to try vinyl...now's the perfect time with our Accent It All!! Stop by to see the deals and pick up some of our new PRO+ Cartridges too!

15 comments:

  1. Cute cute! The eggs are adorable!

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  2. Cute butterfly star pillow and love the folksy eggs. I made an fabric Easter egg swag for our fireplace.

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  3. This is so cute. I just love the butterfly especially.
    I´ve made a big basket filled with different decorated eggs and then a bif hen and a bunch of small chickens too. All my grandkids just love the entire arrangement, that we put on the table here. And then I´ve made a wallhanging as 3 sizes of eggs made from felt and decotrated with different easterdecorations too.

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  4. Simply adorable and thanks so much for sharing with us! I will have to try and make some of those Easter Eggs .... I am working on homemade Easter cards right now .. won't be long and Peter Rabbit will be here! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  5. Well I don't normally make Easter decorations, but I think I'm going to have a go at making some of your fabulous eggs! Thanks for the instructions!

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  6. Gorgeous projects. I spend more time in the garden for spring than creating things inside for spring. I do make spring layouts though.

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  7. I had a basket with fall flowers and decorations in it. I pulled all of that out and updated it for summer.
    When the granddaughter gets married in June I'll decorate styrofoam trees with white flowers to decorate the table. They will open their presents at my house the day after the wedding.

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  8. So cute! I don't really decorate for Easter beyond getting a few plants to make the house smell like Spring.

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. Those are adorable projects!

    I used to make decorations for Easter every year, but with the kids grown and out of the house, I don't really do much any more.

    amyis300 AT hotmail DOT com
    scrapthissavethat.blogspot.com

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  10. My goodness, your designers are so creative. I love the eggs. How cute!! Didn't know about your Fabric Bond. I can see that really coming in handy for some projects I like to do. Great tutorial Kristen!!
    xoxo, Christine

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  11. aww I so so love these little eggs...how fun and very creative...I love it as a decorating piece...thanks for sharing..

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