Friday, April 3, 2020

Fabric Covered Eggs

Hi Friends,

Well it's going to be another month of

''Quarantine Crafts''

So we are using what we have and keeping busy.



I have a small pile of fabric scraps that I bought a while back.

I love blues and greens and a bit of yellow for Spring!



You can use any plastic or styrofoam eggs you have on hand-




I tore the fabric into 1/2'' strips, length was about 36''.

You can cut the fabric if you prefer.



I used white glue to start then just wrapped

egg in a figure 8 pattern until covered.

Then glue down the end of fabric strip.

























Bonus:

Here's a card you can make!



I printed this card, and adjusted the size to 5'' x 7''

I am still on quarantine...and I'm low on ink.

So my card is more blue- but that's okay with me.

I cut out the egg shape.


Then added an egg.





I have changed my mantle at least 3 times!

How about you, are you decorating and changing things over and over?

I made a few pennants in these spring colors for the craft show but since it was cancelled,

I am stuck with them.




Thank you so much!

I would love to hear what you are making this week-

Stay well, stay calm, stay busy, stay in the Word, stay active and don't forget stay home! : )

xo Lisa S

28 comments:

  1. Love the fabric covered eggs. :)

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  2. How pretty!! Thanks so much for linking up with me at my #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 11, open April 1 to 26. All entries shared on social media if share buttons installed. I’d like to invite you to check out my other current link parties too!

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    1. Dee
      Thank you so much!
      I hope you have a Happy Easter-
      xo Lisa S

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  3. They are so pretty. I would love to try it! :)

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    1. Teodora,
      Thank you so much! I hope you make some:)
      xo Lisa S

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  4. I love your eggs; I have been decoupaging floral napkins onto blown out eggs; we have eaten our share of scrambled eggs lately! I had made some garlands for my booth; the store is closed. I am going to have a box of bagged garlands for different holidays/seasons!

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    1. Kathy
      Thank you so much! I bet your eggs are beautiful, I have always admired the decoupaged eggs. We will really be ready for next year sales :)Happy Easter stay safe
      xo Lisa S

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  5. I like your idea for using fabric scraps on your eggs. I have tons of scraps! I'd like to try this for next Easter. Pinned.

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    1. Allyson
      Thank you! I hope you make some. They are so easy and pretty. Happy Easter!
      xo Lisa S

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  6. The eggs look so pretty. Well decorated. :)

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  7. I absolutely love this! I've seen the fabric colored eggs in the store but couldn't bring myself to buy them because they seemed so easy to make! Thank you for sharing :-)

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    1. Thank you! I thought the same thing. They are so easy and fun to make. I hope you make a few!
      xo Lisa S

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    1. Lora
      Thank you so much! I have the cutest little thrift shop here that sells quarter yards for .50 :)
      xo Lisa S

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  9. So pretty, Lisa! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm--pinned!

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  10. I love these eggs! So darling! I'm going to feature them at our Party in Your PJs link party tonight. Thanks so much for sharing your awesome idea!

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    1. Nina
      Thank you so much. I am so thrilled!
      You Are so sweet.
      xo Lisa S

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  11. These are so cute! This year I tried wrapping paper and Modge Podge on my eggs but I think I like your idea better!
    Shelley

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    1. Shelley
      Thank you- no not better just different. I'm sure yours are gorgeous. I hope you are staying safe and healthy!
      xo Lisa S

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