April 2, 2012

Six Creative Twists on Easter Egg Decorating ~
A Little Birdie Told Me...No. 66

A hard boiled egg is elevated to an edible artform when pressed in a Japanese egg mold while still warm.

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Welcome to 
"A Little Birdie Told Me..." Tuesday No. 66!
If you're here to share a craft, recipe or project post,
you'll find the linky and the specifics on how to 
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I can't help it.  I have spring decorating and eggs on the brain.  This week, my girls and I made some simple silhouette Easter eggs using tissue paper and Mod Podge.


Today I'm featuring some freshly hatched egg decorating ideas using all types of different materials:
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Butterfly Eggs
from Creative Passage
 Base: Plastic, Resin or Blown Eggs
Decorated with:  Dictionary Pages & Mod Podge

Paper Punched Eggs
from Alderberry Hill
 Base: Styrofoam Eggs
Decorated with:  Punched paper flowers & straight pins

Embellished Felted Eggs
 from Musings by Kim K
Base: Felted Eggs from Target
Decorated with:  Millinery flowers & Wooden bunny ornaments

Fabric Scrap Wrapped Eggs
 from Vixen Made
  
Base: Plastic, Resin or Blown Eggs
Decorated with:  Fabric scraps and hot glue

Mosaic Eggs
 from Sweet Anne Designs
Base: Hard-boiled or blown eggs
Decorated with:  Egg shells and glue

Stamped Decoupage Eggs

 from Sweet Anne Designs
Base: Hard-boiled or blown eggs
Decorated with:  Stamped Tissue Paper & Mod Podge

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22 comments:

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  2. Thanks for hosting Jenn! I'm excited to be back after having to miss a couple weeks!

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  3. You and your girls did such an awesome job on your silhouette eggs! And thanks for all the other egg-spiration! Har har har.

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  4. I have my silhouettes printed and ready to stick on the eggs for Sunday. Thanks for the inspiration. I linked up my first stab at brioche. Enjoy.

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  5. I love Easter eggs, and what a wonderful selection you have here. There's so much inspiration! Thank you for hosting and I hope you and your family have a very Happy Easter.

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  6. What a fun party!! I just started my blog this week and I came to link up my Banana fudge brownie pie and Coconut Munch. Thanks for hosting!

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  7. Such beautiful egg projects! Thanks for hosting and enjoy your day, Jenn. Megan

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  8. What a fun post...I didn't realize all the fun things you could do to eggs:-) And I had no idea you could "mold" a warm hardboiled egg...how fun!!! Thank you so much for hosting!!!

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  9. Jenn, you always share such creative ideas! Those butterfly eggs and the paper punched eggs are gorgeous!

    Today I'm sharing an article on 20 Reasons You Might Be Crunchy, a Giveaway for The Flavor Bible, and a video on How To Turn Forgotten Fridge Items Into An Amazing Meal.

    Have a great day! I love A Little Birdie Told Me!

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  10. Thanks so much for the features! You silhouette eggs are such a great idea- I'm definitely trying them out!

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  11. Thanks for hosting Jenn, I love all of your egg inspiration!

    Carlee
    www.ladybirdln.com

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  12. I'm so happy to be included with this great list of features, thanks so much.
    And thanks for hosting every week as well!

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  13. Thanks so much for featuring my fabric scrap eggs! You are so sweet!

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  14. Eggcelent post Jenn! OK I couldn't resist. Thanks for hosting :)

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  15. Thank you Jenn for hosting this party each week
    Have a wonderful holiday!
    Winnie

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  16. FABULOUS party as usual!!! : )thank you for opening up your doors and heart to us every week! we LOVE and APPRECIATE you!!!! : ) tons of hugs coming your way and remember to send me your address : ) thecottagemarket@gmail.com! hugs...

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  17. Hi Jenn!! Long time no linky! Thanks for hosting...

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  18. Thanks for hosting! Have a happy Easter!

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  19. Another fabulous party. Thanks for hosting.

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  20. I have been looking at the different projects, you have here, and they are just wonderful. I must spend time here to be inspired. Thanks for hosting.

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  21. Hi Jenn! Thanks so much for hosting this great party, Fabulous eggs! xoxo

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I enjoy hearing from you! Thank you so much for taking the time to be part of the creative and positive spirit here at Rook No. 17! xoxo Jenn

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