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38 Results for "pastel"

Easter Bunny Centerpiece, I made this cute bunny cardboard template  and drew the features freehand I did that on both sides and painted the bunny with Tulip paints. 

 I had a square piece of styrofoam and a straw that I cut halfway.  I inserted the straw into the two pieces of the cardboard bunny and the styrofoam where I punch holed.  I hot glued the straw into the hole into the styrofoam.  

I took Easter grass and hot glue all around the styrofoam to look like grass.  You notice it looks like the bunny is on a hill.  My platter last year was too little....sooo, I improvised.  What better than a big pizza pan.  I had a big one  16".   I alternated pink and green Easter grass around the pan.  

The napkin holder is from lipton tea carton that I put my woven paper and hot glued around it.  Same as the salt and pepper shaker.  
, Holiday Project
Pastel woven Easter baskets, Baskets can come in all sizes and shapes.  These baskets are plastic powder drink containers and spome are from Spelenda boxes that pastel paper was woven and wrapped around the box.  I attached a chennille stem for the handle and added Easter grass and cellophane.  Fill them with their favorite Easter candy or your homemade treats., Holiday Project
Ceramic Whimsy, Ceramic pottery with a whimsical flair, hand painted by ME, Home Decor Project
Crochet Afghan, I made this afghan for my 13-month old niece as an Easter present. Her room color is the purple I used, with complementary pastels., Knitting-Crocheting Project
3-D Blooming Wreath, What a lovely way to decorate your walls for spring.  It is colorful and at night it casts a shadow on the wall when it over a lamp.  It was quite easy to do.
The wreath consists of wire that was bend to a 12' round circle.  Then several colors of pipe cleaners were wrapped around the wire until no wire was shown.
The paper flowers were made from a template of a cardboard flower that I had.  I used a daisy template and cut several different colors of paper.  I layered 3 petals for each flower, different colors for each.  I hole punched in the middle of each petal.  Bent a pipe cleaner and thread a pony bead to the halfway.  I pushed  both ends of the pipe cleaner through all of the 3 petals, make loops for the leaves and the stems.  I made about 20 flowers.  You don't have to bunch them, scattered them.  With the end of each flower twist them around the wire.  No glue was used for this wreath., Home Decor Project
Colorful Mosaic Vase, Mosaic Vase made with colorful pastel paper.  I used a Trop50 juice container because I love the shape and I weighed it down with small stones .  Then I added some colorful silk stems. I had all my pieces of paper in front of me.  I worked on one side at a time so the Mod Podge would not dry too soon.  

You can buy the stones and sand at any garden store or you might have stones outside around your house., Home Decor Project

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