Upcycling – Easter Decor

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I like to do a touch of “festive decorating”  over almost any holiday be it a heart wreath at our entrance , Father Christmas Cookie Jar on the kitchen shelf and a little bunny-something over Easter.

Many years ago I went all pastels for Easter and covered a Wooden cross from PNA with scrap-booking paper.

I never used it again after that because I was done with the colours.I thought I’d be smart this year and upcycle it.

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All I needed was the glue, a scissors and a Stanley knife – I removed all the scrap-booking paper – not easy as I used really good glue.This took me ages and then I had a great idea to use a damp cloth and gently wipe.This did the trick and in not time it looked almost good as new – no left over paper that is.

I had some leftover Gold Glittered sheets from a party we had so I used that and some school glue (Pritt) – this way next year it wont be so hard to remove when I want to used it again to match the Easter colour scheme.

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I love how this simple little project turned out.

 

 

Easter Egg Decoration

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This is by far the quickest and easiest Easter Egg decoration ever.

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All you need are White Boiled Eggs (allow them to cool before you start) , Gold Striping Tape (can be found at an good Nail supply store – such as  A-Z Nail Suppliers or  Planet Nails) and a scissors.

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This year my theme or should I say colour scheme will be Indigo and Gold – so everything is either a deep blue or gold colour.

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