Happy Easter!

Happy Easter! I love this message and wanted to share it with you!

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Paper Bag Spring Bunting

I was totally inspired by AZ girls Night Out clever Paper Bag Menu holder and came up with my own Paper Lunch Bag project! They are the perfect starter for this fun new Spring Bunting!

There is something about sewing through paper that I just love so this project was fun to create.

Gather paper lunch bags, scrap fabric, scrapbook paper, ric rack,  ribbon, pom pom and any other trims and embellishments that you think will help jazz up this bunting.

Start by trimming off the bottom section of your lunch bag.

Cut bright vibrant fabric to fit your bags.

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Homemade Easter Grass and Readers Rock!

What do you get when you take a Paper Shredder

And colorful Construction paper?
Answer: Homemade Easter Grass!!!!


Now you have the perfect colorful Easter Grass needed to fill those fun little baskets you plan on passing out to teachers, girls you visit teach and neighbors!

Stuff tiny baskets with tissues paper…


Cover then with Homemade Grass…

And fill them with your favorite Easter treats!

Gotta love Targets Dollar Spot Section!They had the cutest Easter pails! Pretty simple huh!

And now for some Readers Rock!!!!! I’m so super busy this weekend so pardon my lack of ubber love! Know that I love all these fun links! Click on the photos to get to their original post!




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Tissue Paper Eggs

You know I love a good paper mache project! This one was no exception! Take plastic eggs and charm them up with colorful tissue paper!

Gather school glue, tissue paper and plastic Easter Eggs!


Spread you paper and make thin strips.

Dilute 1/4 cup of glue and 1/2 cup of water for your glue solution!

Because the tissue paper is so delicate you will want to roll your plastic egg into the glue solution to wet it and lay your strips of paper on the egg. Then dip your finger tips in the glue and smooth out the tissue paper! I recomend using the same color tissue paper as your egg.

Continue layering your strips of paper until it’s covered completely with a few layers of tissue paper.

Lay your eggs on a plastic trash bag to dry. After a few hours you’ll want to roll your eggs to make sure the bottoms can dry evenly. Let them dry over night to ensure that they are 100% dried!


The dried eggs dry smoother then they look while wet so don’t worry too much about small wrinkles! Now your eggs will last for years! Fun bright colored eggs just in time for Easter!

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