Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Easter Madness

Do any of you ever start a project and have no idea what the end result will be?  That's how I began this project.  I had a frame that had been on the dryer for a while now and decided I needed to do something with it....so I did.  

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Really, truly, I had a bag of random scrapbook paper in non-traditional sizes sitting next to my table.  I opened it up to see what I had inside.  The papers I chose were from a 6 x 12 stack and as I looked more closely, saw they were spring related.  How suddenly inspired I felt. 


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I just used the board backing that comes with the frame and lined up the papers till I felt satisfied. Then I used double-sided tape and stuck it on. Mmmm...okay. What now?

I surfed the internet until I found some Easter pictures I liked and then I printed....and cut out the figures and stuck them on the paper.

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Another easy project. Of course! Would you expect anything else from me?

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9 comments:

Nicolette @ Momnivore's Dilemma said...

This really came out cute. Gotta love a craft off the cuff!

Melissa said...

I love the embroidered piece hanging from the mantle!!

Tanya said...

that turned out super cute...love the missing bite!

Prairie Patch said...

That's really cute!! So perfect for Easter. :)

Cheers,
Tracy All Thumbs Crafts

Kelly said...

VEry CUTE!I'd love it If you linked up over at the glitter party!!! http://runwithglitter.blogspot.com/2011/04/running-with-glitter-3-link-party.html

Jerri Neddermeyer said...

Love this! I might need to eat a peep as a toast to you and your random and yet always clever craftiness! Here's to you! Cheers!

Karen the Savvy Suburbanite @ Goodbyecityhellosuburb said...

Thanks for linking up! I love an open ended project. I have tons of scrap paper maybe If I look at it it will inspire me too!

Lori said...

I am totally stealing this idea!! I think I have everything I would need to do this quickly at home right now. Thanks for a great idea!

Meri said...

For not knowing where you were going, the finished product is pretty darn cute!! I love it!

Found you via Serenity Now!
~meri