March 5, 2012

Easter Egg Ornament Makeovers

Tuesday Morning Stores are currently selling these Easter egg ornaments with their holiday decor.

Although they are lovely enough on their own, I really felt they could be even prettier with a tiny makeover. I started by carefully taking out the cardboard inserts.

I removed the butterfly and bunny cardstock images and replaced them with images that are available on ImagiMeri's blog. She has so many lovely spring/Easter vintage graphics just perfect for crafting. The images that you will see in this post came from this blog entry.

I added light green felt to the interior base of the egg (for grass) then added some tiny Easter eggs (currently available at Hobby Lobby), vintage millinery flowers, and mini toadstools. The final step was to brush the outer shell of the egg with white glue and generously sprinkle white glitter. I also added more vintage millinery flowers around the ribbon at the top of the egg.



If you didn't want to use vintage images, you could also use fuzzy Easter chicks.

Happy Easter!
Happy Crafting!


XOXO

16 comments:

vivian said...

cute cute cute! YOu're always so full of great ideas!! I made cute cupcakes last night. that was the only creating i did this weekend as the rest of the time was spent decorating and cleaning. Now tonight I need to work on finishing up a bear order and then I can play easter games in my craft room again!
have a great week Kim!
xoxo
vivian

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Kim,
These are just so sweet!! The makeover is fabulous!!
We have a Tuesday Morning's but it is out of the way and i always forget to go there. I am planning a trip there on Friday morning..

Hugs,
Deb

Kim@My Fairytale Cottage said...

Yes, I like your make over best!! Super cute!!

-Kim :)

My Vintage Mending said...

Way better. I think yours should be marketed. Is that a sweet pink tree I spy? Off to the antique mall today..yeah! I springing this joint...smiles...Renee

barbara said...

Much improved! Seeing a chick with mushrooms made me very happy!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

How sweet! I love the fuzzy chicks! ♥

Lee said...

Adorable!
Wish Tuesday Morning was still on Alpine...
But I have enough projects to keep me busy.
Thanks for sharing~I see your loverly Mom today!

ImagiMeri said...

Hey pretty lady, I do like your version waaaaaaaaay better! I'm so glad you found a use for the graphics. I'm doing a little crafting here and there, but until I do something significant to blog about, I'm just gonna'keep throwin' out graphics. I've got a whole bunch of goodies coming.

Big Hugs,
Meri

Cindy said...

I think I like your version best, of course. Tuesday Morning was on my list this weekend, but I didn't make it there.

Sorry things have been so chaotic and busy that I haven't had time to blog or to reply to yours. The last three weeks have been quite a blur. Tori has been sick with strep; I have a surgery scheduled for April; JJ is in full swing with middle school golf; and Chris is applying for the college presidency, thus away from home more. If he is appointed, that means that life will change dramatically in the Whaley household.

I can't wait to see more Easter makeovers! And I am glad that Chris and the girls had a great snow day!

Much love,
Cindy

Heather said...

These are so very cute! And, you know, Kim, how much I adore toadstools! Those mini ones are wonderful!

Janet said...

They are so cute! I would love to make some, too! Thanks for sharing!
Blessings,
Janet

Jodee said...

So cute! We just decorated for Easter too!

imsteelefullofscrap said...

They are just so adorable I do not live close to one so wish I did!!!

Cheryl G. said...

You are so clever!
I love those little vintage millinery flowers!
Where do you find those?

vintage grey said...

i am new to your blog and love it! the easter eggs are beautiful and i love the vintage illustrations in them. thanks for being an inspiration! :) xo

Anonymous said...

These are so adorable! I can't wait to make these easter eggs chicks with my kids. They will love them, Thanks!