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DIY Embroidered Easter Eggs

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DIY Embroidered Easter Eggs

Supplies:

  • Large plastic Easter eggs — Note: You’ll want eggs that open length-wise from top to bottom, not in the very middle of the egg.
  • Drill + drill bit — Note: Use a drill bit as small as you can manage to thread a needle and thread through
  • Quilting needle
  • Embroidery thread, various colors
  • Scotch tape
  • Sharpie
  • Printed Clipart
  1. Start by printing off some Clipart — for example, I printed off a rainbow, a flower, and a butterfly — that will fit on the front of your egg.
  2. Cut out your Clipart.
  3. Loop pieces of Scotch tape, and stick them onto the back of your cut-out Clipart. Position and stick down the tape and the Clipart onto the front of the egg.
  4. Use the Sharpie to “trace” your Clipart, but instead of tracing, you’ll be marking where you’ll be drilling holes. Once you’re done “tracing,” remove the paper and tape.
  5. Use your drill to drill small holes where you marked with the Sharpie. Be careful on this step, and wear protective eyewear!
  6. Thread your needle, then begin embroidering. Use a piece of Scotch tape to secure the loose ends of the thread. Repeat until you’re done embroidering.

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Other Posts You’ll Love: 5 Adorable Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs

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20 Cement DIYs

20 Cement DIYs

  1. Concrete Stool by The Casual Craftlete

You better take a seat for this one.

 

  1. Letter Photo Holder by I Spy DIY

Display all your Instagram photos on these cute letters!

 

  1. Marble and Ombre Planters by Apartment Therapy

Marble and ombre and copper. Oh my!

 

  1. Marble Candle Holders by Pure Sweet Joy

More marble and copper! Eeeep!

 

  1. Gem Push Pins by Club Crafted

Hang up all your files in style with these gem push pins!

 

  1. Ring Cones by DIY in PDX

Comes with a free template!

 

  1. Neon Lightbulb Lamp by I Spy DIY

This lamp is sure to brighten up any room!

 

  1. Plastic Animal Bookends by Funkytime

How cute would these be in a kids room??

 

  1. Concrete Tray by Homey Oh My

Create this unique tray using cardboard and concrete and a little bit of muscle!

 

  1. Tree Art by TOMFO

If you are looking for something a little bit bigger this tree art will do the trick!

 

  1. Candle Holders From Plastic Bottles by DIY Candy

Make sure to save those plastic bottles!

 

  1. Concrete Vase by Paper & Stitch

Who doesn’t love fresh flowers??

 

  1. Concrete and Gold Gem Jewelry by DIY in PDX

Concrete isn’t just for your home – you can wear it too!

 

  1. Gold Leaf Cement Pots by Ruffled

Just got to keep those plants alive long enough to make these pots!

 

 

  1. Concrete Coasters by A Piece of Rainbow

I would never forget to use a coaster when they are this pretty!

 

  1. Gilded Pineapple Pushpins by Proper

Gold pineapples? Yes please!

 

  1. Modern Bookends by Bob Vila

Keep your books in order in style.

 

  1. Copper and Concrete Door Pulls by A Kailo Chic Life

Add a little flair to your doors with these amazing pulls!

 

  1. Cement Rope Woven Vase by Enthralling Gumption

You wouldn’t guess there is a lampshade hidden in there!

 

  1. Concrete and Copper Bunnies by Look What I Made

Perfect for Easter or just an excuse to display cute little bunnies around the house!

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DIY Lucky Charms Baggies

I was given free product from Oriental Trading in return for this blog post.This review is based strictly on my opinion. I was provided the sample free of product charge by the company to provide my honest review. No other type of compensation was received. All ideas and opinions are my own.

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DIY Lucky Charms Baggies

Nothing better on St. Patrick’s Day than the marshmallows from Lucky Charms! (If only the cereal was only marshmallows, am I right?) And what better way to celebrate St. Patty’s than to give a baggie of just the Lucky Charms mallows!

Supplies

  • Cinch-tie canvas bags
  • Acrylic paint + brushes
  1. Paint first the pink arch of the Lucky Charms rainbow marshmallow. Let it dry.
  2. Paint second the yellow arch, followed by the blue arch. Let them dry.
  3. Using white paint, paint the sparkles. Let it dry. That’s it!

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Other Posts You’ll Love: Insta-DIY Marbleized St. Patty’s Cups

 

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DIY Embroidered Easter Eggs

DIY Embroidered Easter Eggs 1

DIY Embroidered Easter Eggs

Supplies:

  • Large plastic Easter eggs — Note: You’ll want eggs that open length-wise from top to bottom, not in the very middle of the egg.
  • Drill + drill bit — Note: Use a drill bit as small as you can manage to thread a needle and thread through
  • Quilting needle
  • Embroidery thread, various colors
  • Scotch tape
  • Sharpie
  • Printed Clipart
  1. Start by printing off some Clipart — for example, I printed off a rainbow, a flower, and a butterfly — that will fit on the front of your egg.
  2. Cut out your Clipart.
  3. Loop pieces of Scotch tape, and stick them onto the back of your cut-out Clipart. Position and stick down the tape and the Clipart onto the front of the egg.
  4. Use the Sharpie to “trace” your Clipart, but instead of tracing, you’ll be marking where you’ll be drilling holes. Once you’re done “tracing,” remove the paper and tape.
  5. Use your drill to drill small holes where you marked with the Sharpie. Be careful on this step, and wear protective eyewear!
  6. Thread your needle, then begin embroidering. Use a piece of Scotch tape to secure the loose ends of the thread. Repeat until you’re done embroidering.

DIY Embroidered Easter Eggs 2

DIY Embroidered Easter Eggs 4

DIY Embroidered Easter Eggs 3

Other Posts You’ll Love: 5 Adorable Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs

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20 Cement DIYs

20 Cement DIYs

  1. Concrete Stool by The Casual Craftlete

You better take a seat for this one.

 

  1. Letter Photo Holder by I Spy DIY

Display all your Instagram photos on these cute letters!

 

  1. Marble and Ombre Planters by Apartment Therapy

Marble and ombre and copper. Oh my!

 

  1. Marble Candle Holders by Pure Sweet Joy

More marble and copper! Eeeep!

 

  1. Gem Push Pins by Club Crafted

Hang up all your files in style with these gem push pins!

 

  1. Ring Cones by DIY in PDX

Comes with a free template!

 

  1. Neon Lightbulb Lamp by I Spy DIY

This lamp is sure to brighten up any room!

 

  1. Plastic Animal Bookends by Funkytime

How cute would these be in a kids room??

 

  1. Concrete Tray by Homey Oh My

Create this unique tray using cardboard and concrete and a little bit of muscle!

 

  1. Tree Art by TOMFO

If you are looking for something a little bit bigger this tree art will do the trick!

 

  1. Candle Holders From Plastic Bottles by DIY Candy

Make sure to save those plastic bottles!

 

  1. Concrete Vase by Paper & Stitch

Who doesn’t love fresh flowers??

 

  1. Concrete and Gold Gem Jewelry by DIY in PDX

Concrete isn’t just for your home – you can wear it too!

 

  1. Gold Leaf Cement Pots by Ruffled

Just got to keep those plants alive long enough to make these pots!

 

 

  1. Concrete Coasters by A Piece of Rainbow

I would never forget to use a coaster when they are this pretty!

 

  1. Gilded Pineapple Pushpins by Proper

Gold pineapples? Yes please!

 

  1. Modern Bookends by Bob Vila

Keep your books in order in style.

 

  1. Copper and Concrete Door Pulls by A Kailo Chic Life

Add a little flair to your doors with these amazing pulls!

 

  1. Cement Rope Woven Vase by Enthralling Gumption

You wouldn’t guess there is a lampshade hidden in there!

 

  1. Concrete and Copper Bunnies by Look What I Made

Perfect for Easter or just an excuse to display cute little bunnies around the house!

Save

Save

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DIY Lucky Charms Baggies

I was given free product from Oriental Trading in return for this blog post.This review is based strictly on my opinion. I was provided the sample free of product charge by the company to provide my honest review. No other type of compensation was received. All ideas and opinions are my own.

DIY Lucky Charms Baggies 1 DIY Lucky Charms Baggies 2

DIY Lucky Charms Baggies

Nothing better on St. Patrick’s Day than the marshmallows from Lucky Charms! (If only the cereal was only marshmallows, am I right?) And what better way to celebrate St. Patty’s than to give a baggie of just the Lucky Charms mallows!

Supplies

  • Cinch-tie canvas bags
  • Acrylic paint + brushes
  1. Paint first the pink arch of the Lucky Charms rainbow marshmallow. Let it dry.
  2. Paint second the yellow arch, followed by the blue arch. Let them dry.
  3. Using white paint, paint the sparkles. Let it dry. That’s it!

DIY Lucky Charms Baggies 3

DIY Lucky Charms Baggies 4

Other Posts You’ll Love: Insta-DIY Marbleized St. Patty’s Cups

 

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