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Thursday, March 16, 2017

Cottage Style Easter Eggs from Fabric Scraps


The other day I dropped by Kerryanne's blog  (Shabbyartboutique) to see what she was she was up to and was so excited to see her post on how to use up some of my ever growing stash of small pieces of fabric.  
These eggs are so much fun to make and I will give you the link to her tutorial at the end of my post.


I used the sweet Cottage style eggs that I made to give the kitchen a touch of Easter.    


I took the easy way out and just added them to existing decor.    Sometimes I don't want to completely redo an area just to add some seasonal decor.


Don't you think this is such a cute way to use up some of those small scraps of fabric.    


I made a few eggs with scraps of  the black and white Buffalo check material that I used in my Farmhouse style mantle


I am hoping to do a Mackenzie Childs style Easter tablescape soon,  so I will "borrow" the black and white eggs for that.   


Now,   don't forget to get the link to Kerryanne's tutorial for these Cottage style Easter eggs at the end of my post....and be sure to leave her a sweet comment!
 

Here's the link to Kerryanne's tutorial......http://shabbyartboutique.com/2015/03/cottage-style-easter-eggs.html

30 comments:

  1. I love your eggs - they go so wonderfully with your decor!

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  2. ΥΠΕΡΟΧΑ ΟΛΑ!!!!ΚΑΛΟ ΠΑΣΧΑ
    HAPPY EASTER.

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  3. Your decor always looks so lovely an creative!

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  4. Ohh... I love your easter eggs, they are adorable and the fabrics are absolutely romantic
    Hugs Alessandra

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  5. The eggs are very pretty and I also love those litttle cow figures. I have a very small collection of cows, some in picture form and a couple in three dimensional form. I really like the black and white ones that you show in your little vignette.

    Going over to Kerryanne's now. Isn't she amazing with all the things she does!

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  6. P.S. Is that wallpaper on your backsplash? It looks like some I put on my bathroom ceiling of old tin tiles. I never thought of it for a backsplash, but I like the way it looks.

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  7. Those are precious. I'm headed to the tutorial.

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  8. Those are adorable! The lamb painting is precious, as well!

    Chippy White Cottage Blessings,
    Rebecca

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  9. I love all of your Spring decorations so pretty. Your dish drainer with gorgeous dishes looks so pretty, I never would have thought it could look so cute.
    Thanks for sharing, Linda

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  10. I love this method on the Easter Eggs. I have used this method for years at Christmas for ornaments. Then I add string pearls in the creases. Time for me to find some eggs and dig out spring time prints...Happy crafting! :)

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  11. Penny,
    These are really pretty and I love the addition of the black and white checked ribbon, It really makes them pop. I will have to check out the tutorial!! Thanks for sharing!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  12. I love the entire vignette but the eggs really make it for Easter.

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  13. Those are just darling, Penny!!!! I don't know KerryAnne but I am going to find her now!! Thanks for sharing these. They are adorable. xo Diana

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  14. So clever! We have lots of little kids around so any decorations that they can actually touch and handle are a really big plus in my book. Thanks for sharing these little gems at My Busy Beehives #beeparty! Hope to see you again!

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    1. Just an FYI... your eggs are being featured today at My Busy Beehives #bee party! http://www.mybusybeehives.com/2017/03/bee-party-5.html

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  15. Penny, they are absolutely darling!! I've got to check out her tutorial.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  16. What a fun way to use up pretty fabric scraps. Thank you for sharing your Easter egg craft at the #HomeMattersParty this week.

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  17. The eggs are a great use for fabric scraps. So pretty!

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  18. Penny these are great. I remember making fabric scrap Christmas balls with styrofoam, fabric, ribbon and beads. This is a great idea for Easter. Thanks for sharing

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  19. Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

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  20. Your eggs are so pretty. Love your fabrics. I need to try this.
    Thanks for sharing at Over The Moon Party. Hope you come back next week so I can stop by again. I hope you will also share at Wonderful Wednesday and Thursday Favorite Things this week.
    Hugs,
    Bev

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  21. What a beautiful display. The eggs are beautiful and the animals are adorable!

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  22. Your eggs are SO beautiful, Penny! I'll be hopping over to Kerryanne's blog to get the particulars. Thanks so much for partying with us at Vintage Charm and bringing along your awesome projects :)

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  23. Your eggs are gorgeous! Featuring when my party opens up !

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  24. Just lovely! I love those eggs:). Thanks for sharing at Funtastic Friday.

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  25. Wow Penny... I'm thrilled that you used my tutorial to make these adorable fabric eggs. The fabrics you used are so pretty and I love how you used the eggs in your vignette too! Thank you sweetie for sharing the tutorial link with others. Hugs, Kerryanne

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  26. So pretty! Thanks for sharing at Monday Social.

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  27. Love how your fabric scrap eggs turned out. You displayed them in such a charming way. Thank you for sharing at the Snickerdoodle Create~Bake~Make link party!

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  28. Beautiful photos and project as always Penny!
    Congrats - you're one of our Featured Guests at Inspire Me Monday at Create With Joy - thanks for sharing!

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