Thursday, March 28, 2013

Egg-stra-special Easter Tree!

Hi Everyone!  Wow the Easter season really came up fast this year!  I have one more project I thought I'd share, using our Easter Eggs set and our special On the Fence Die!

I lost some clarity it looks like when I sized these down for the blog, so I apologize for that but I think this could be a sweet centerpiece for any table!


The tree itself I purchased from Michaels - and set it in a base I created out of a basket I made using the On the Fence Die and a Spellbinder Scallop circle base.  After cutting the fence die I stamped it with White pigment Ink - using our Woodgrain background stamp-  A square lace doily is nestled inside and I tied a fun brown gingam taffeta ribbon around the base.  I also fluffed up some white shredded filler for the inside.

Around the bottom I cut a stripe of green that I fringed for grass, and nestled some small eggs for 'eggs-tra' fun!



The planter Stick could be put in a real Easter Lily plant or any green plant too!  It is made using a long wooden scour that I attached a Heart shape doily I first distressed with Tea Dye Distress ink.  A colored  Easter Egg and 'Happy Easter' banner complete the front.  This set includes 2 sentiments "Happy Easter" and "Easter Wishes" so you have everything you need for your Easter needs in one set!


Here's another look


This is a bit blurry but you can get a better idea on the entire presentation!


I hope you all enjoy your time with Family and Friends during this Spring season!
Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies:
Stamps:  The Rubber Cafe' - Easter Eggs  Woodgrain background stamp
Paper:  Kraft Cardstock; Pugnacious white cardstock
Ink:  Stampin'UP! White Craft, Ranger Distress Ink, Tea Dye
Embellishments:  Square and Heart purchased doilies, Gingham Taffeta ribbon, small robins eggs; white shredded filler
Tools/Dies; The Rubber Cafe'- On the Fence Die by Spellbinders; Spellbinders Standard Scallop Circles

4 comments:

MichelleZ said...

Wow! Awesome decoration! I love the plant pick and the die makes a darling planter. Great ideas!

Kristine Reynolds said...

Cute idea!

Laura Cox {aka scrapaddict} said...

This is such a fun decoration for a holiday table!

Victoria Freze said...

I really love this idea!