Thursday, April 5, 2012

DIY: Glitter Eggs

Nothing crazy for easter decor this year, but Andrea and I did have a ridiculous amount of fun with some glitter. Check out my fancy easter eggs:
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Inspired by Ms. Martha Stewart, of course, this was such an easy project - just some glue, glitter and eggs. You can blow out the insides of real eggs, but holy heck that is hard work. I think I killed a million brain cells doing that. The styrofoam ones from the dollar store were a bit more up my alley.

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Glitter is so fun and kinda addicting, you'll want to go home and cover everything you own in glitter... just warning ya. Oh and also be prepared for a much sparklier home cause this stuff gets EVERYWHERE.

I'm off to go finish off that bowl of mini eggs, happy easter to you!
Christine

18 comments:

  1. So pretty Christine! And I like your thinking...styrofoam is where it's at. Happy Easter weekend to you! xo

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  2. mmmm...mini eggs. I like the glitter too.

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  3. So pretty! Hope you have a wonderful Easter!

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  4. What a fun project - and good for you for using the styrofoam ones! I have never understood the blowing out of eggs! Have a great Easter weekend!

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    1. Ya, that was my first time blowing out the eggs and will definitely NOT be doing that again!

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  5. Those eggs look great!! Super glam! :) I ate most of a Costco-sized bag of Eggies all by myself this week! Yikes!! So good.

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    1. So addicting aren't they!? I love easter ;)

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  6. Grea idea, they look fabulous!!!

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  7. Hope you all had a great easter too! :)

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  8. Oh my gosh those came out so so well! I'm inspired, Christine! :) P.S. I bought that Alice in Wonderland book, have a post on Thursday about it with a little shout out to you! :)

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  9. these are fantastic. i'd make them if i weren't so lazy.

    hope you had a nice long weekend.

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  10. thank goodness for styrofoam ;) and for crafternoons too! xo.

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  11. These look wonderful!:D


    ***** Marie *****
    allthingsmarie.com

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