March 25, 2012

Felt Eggs - Inspiration from Viv!

Just in case you are out shopping, I wanted to share an Easter idea with you. A few weeks ago, my blogging friend Viv posted about felt eggs that are currently available at Target on this post. Then, when she sent me her lovely Easter creations using these same felt eggs, I knew I had to run out and get some for myself.


Aren't they divine!?!

The bag is filled with large and small felt eggs. I decided to use the smaller eggs and decorate them with some miniature wooden Easter egg ornaments and vintage millinery flowers. Be sure to hot glue a button on the base so that your eggs don't roll around!

These little cuties will be taking up residence
at our Easter brunch.


Thanks for the inspiration, Viv!

Linking up with:

Photobucket

Happy Easter!

24 comments:

Pam said...

I hadn't seen those yet. I'll be running to Target tomorrow. They're cute straight out of the package, but you made them super cute.

Nellie said...

These are darling, Kim! Now I feel like I should go shopping! That's something I've done too much of the past couple of months, and I'm trying to stay out of stores for awhile.:-)

Tammy's in Love said...

Those are adorable! The vintage florals are the perfect size with the little wooden bunnies! Great ideas!

Tammy

NanaDiana said...

OMGOSH! Are those cute! I haven't seen any of them here but I have to go to Target anyway so I will look for some. I love the way you dressed them up! Perfect! xo Diana

Lee said...

Love them~I need to get to Target soon!
I am working on a new spring wreath tonight. Hope to share it soon-looks easy but we shall see!
Thanks for sharing!

DearHelenHartman said...

Those are so sweet. I bet your Easter table is so decked out the Bunny himself won't be able to stay away.

Lynn said...

Hi Kim,
Those are so super duper cute and sweet!! thanks for sharing!
Hugs,
Lynn

VintageBettys said...

Very sweet Kim! We love those eggs especially the add ons :)

La Vie Quotidienne said...

How cute these are! Just adorable on your table.

GARAGE SALE GAL ~ Deb's Earthly Delights said...

I've been looking for those eggs..none around here.
Your Easter table will be so sweet with those darling eggs.
deb

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

You always make me wish I lived closer to Target! How cute these are and great for so many projects! I would love to fill a basket with them! Have fun! I'm having a fun giveaway tomorrow that you'll like! ♥

vivian said...

how cute Kim!! I like yours better then mine! LOL!I have another bag of eggs here too.. I had to buy an extra one.. just in case!
they look adorable on your table.
xoxo
vivian

birdie blue said...

they're absolutely adorable, my friend. you talent never ceases to amaze.

xo
molly

My Vintage Mending said...

My reader is messing up again. I knew I was missing something...These are super cute and perfectly Kim. Smiles...Renee

Donna said...

What a fun idea, Kim! Your eggs are just darling, and what a thoughtful and adorable gift your friend sent you! Love your pretty blue china, too:)

KJ@letsgoflyakite said...

I love Viv's works. Those felt eggs are wonderful, I love everything your have done and your tablescape. Have a great week!

Janet B. said...

Adorable!

~~Carol~~ said...

Oh my, these are just adorable! All I can think now is: Will Target still have some of those felt eggs when I get there?!

vintage grey said...

Oh, I love these sweet felt Easter eggs! Thanks for sharing!! xo Heather

Corey Moortgat said...

I love what you did with the little eggs. I've got tons of those little wooden ornaments- I'll have to pop over to Target and see if mine has any!

Cheryl G. said...

They are adorable!

Thoroughly Modern Me said...

So cute. Leave it to Target to keep up with the latest trends. Fun that you added those adorable bunnies and the flowers.

Jenn "Rook No. 17" said...

Your embellished felted eggs are so whimsical and wonderful, Kim. It was the very first link-up to catch my eye at "A Little Birdie Told Me..." this week. You're one of tomorrow's featured posts.

Jenn

Jenn "Rook No. 17" said...

BTW, where did you find the little wooden bunnies?