Sunday, February 23, 2020

Vintage Inspired Easter Vignette

Hi Friends,

I've been having fun playing with some Easter scenes.

These Vintage inspired scenes are filled with wood ornaments,

baby fuzzy chicks, chenille paper dolls and salt and pepper shakers!

All on top of a re-purposed ribbon spool.


I started with an empty ribbon spool.


 I added ribbon to cover the paper spool.



Then covered the label with scrapbook paper.


In the back I glued a wood fence.


Then I glued down my paper doll and pink tree.



Basically the doll is made with bumpy chenille stems


Cut 1 piece with 3 bumps


 Top is for head support.
Arm piece twist at neck.


Cut a square of crepe paper, cut small center hole.

Pinch head to slip on square piece for top of dress.



 Add a  gathered crepe paper dress and a cut out a face from a greeting card.

Use pliers to curl up feet and hands.



Here's a little girl-




I added some wood toys and fuzzy chick,

and glued some roses to the fence.







Here is the view from the back.






I covered this spool with some grosgrain polka dot ribbon.




Covered the label with white card stock. I added the white pipe cleaner to the edge.

I started in the center, glued down the salt shaker then

added wood eggs , chick, bunny and flowers.


Here is the back side.


I made a wire pick to hold an Easter card.





This vignette was on a full roll of vintage gift wrapping ribbon 

I picked up while thrifting.

I didn't cover the label on this one-

The bunny is a salt shaker too!




Here's the back side.







Here I added the crepe paper trees from yesterdays post.



I had fun! I hope you enjoyed hanging out with me.

Thanks so much, it means a lot to me to have you here. I really appreciate the visit!

xo Lisa S




40 comments:

  1. These are so sweet, I just love your blog and vintage styling.

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    1. Bluebirdbasketry,
      What a nice comment! You really made my day.
      It's so good to meet you. Please visit again!
      xo Lisa S

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    1. Karen
      Thank you so much!
      It's so nice to meet you-
      xo Lisa S

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  3. How creative, really cute!! Thanks so much for linking up with me at my #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 9, open February 1 to 26, shared.

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    1. Dee
      Your sweet comments are always appreciated!
      I' m thrilled to be able join you.
      xo Lisa S

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  4. I just loved these. I have been throwing away my ribbon reels as I couldn't think of a use for them--and I have a severe addiction to ribbon! Will rethink them NOW! Especially loved the chenille stem doll; I have made teddy bears (for my dollhouse people) with regular pipe cleaners--another thing I love!

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    1. Kathy
      Thank you! I have saved a few because they are made of thick cardboard. Your teddy bear sounds darling!
      xo Lisa S

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  5. These are just precious! Very creative crafting. I'm visiting from Bloggers Pit Stop.

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    1. Allyson
      Thank you so much. I'm so glad you stopped by to visit.
      xo Lisa S

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  6. Adorable, Lisa! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

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    1. Cecelia,
      Thank you for your sweet comment!
      xo Lisa S

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  7. How clever Lisa! I love crafting, upcycling & recycling too!

    You're most welcome to join me in a cuppa at Tea With Jennifer,
    Bless you,
    Jennifer

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    1. Jennifer
      Thank you so much for your kind words!
      I'm so glad you stopped by-
      xo Lisa S

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  8. These are so adorable! I've bookmarked for future reference. Adrienne from Gluten Free Preppers and a member of the Blogger's Pit Stop Crew

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    1. Adrienne
      Thank you. I'm so glad you visited today.
      Thank you for hosting, it is very appreciated.
      xo Lisa S

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  9. Simply adorable. I want to attempt these with my granddaughter.

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    1. Gina Rae
      Thank you. It would be a great project for you and your granddaughter!
      xo Lisa S

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  10. What a cute idea! Thank you for sharing (and linking up at Inspire Me Monday ).

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    1. Anita
      Thank you so much!
      I'm so happy to have you visit!
      xo Lisa S

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  11. What an adorable display! I like that you included how to make the pipe cleaner figures. Thanks for sharing at #HomeMattersParty

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    1. Donna
      Thank you for your sweet comment.
      I appreciate you hosting!
      xo Lisa S

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  12. Visiting again to say thanks so much for linking up with me at my #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 10, open March 1 to 26. All entries shared on social media if share buttons installed. I invite you to my Themed Linkup 12 for Crock Pot and Instant Pot Recipes, open February 28 to March 10 if you have any appropriate posts. Won’t you join me at my Short Story Prompt Party for fun and creativity? Open March 2 to 9. Just start typing, see what you come up with! Remember, no story is too short! The prompt is: I woke from a long nap to see…

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    1. Thank you Dee-
      I appreciate the visit, thank you for hosting.
      xo Lisa S

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  13. Lisa,
    These Easter vignettes are just too cute for words. Congratulations, you are my feature pick on Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop. https://www.eclecticredbarn.com/2020/03/wonderful-wednesday-blog-hop.html
    Hugs,
    Bev

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    1. Bev
      Thank you so much. You are such a sweetie! You are my BFF :) XO Lisa S

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  14. How incredibly cute and versatile! Thanks for sharing these!

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    1. Allie
      Thank you for your kind comment!
      I'm happy to share and so glad you stopped by to visit!
      xo Lisa S

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  15. Well Lisa, you got me. A few of these trinkets brought wonderful memories rushing back. What a lovely, memory filled idea... for me anyway!

    I'm featuring your project in this weekend's DIY Salvaged Junk Project 517. Thanks for linking up!

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    1. Donna
      Your sweet comment means so much to me! It was so fun to make these.I have a thing for chenille chicks too.
      Thank you my friend,
      xo Lisa S

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