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38 Results for "pastel"

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
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
Clamshell containers with colorful looms, Colorful weaving looms were used to cover a clamshell plastic container.  I used hot glue at different intervals pressing the loops on the container.

I took four loops of one color and made one long strand by knotting each loop to each other.   Then continued to the next color and did the same with four loops of that color. 

I left a little space at top so that the grass and the colorful eggs or any kind of  treats would be visible, Holiday Project
Mosaic Vase with Colorful Blooms, Make this beautiful bouquet for Mother's Day with a clean plastic 20 oz water bottle, cut up pastel paper, coffee filters, colored markers, wood dowels (3/8 in. ), Mod Podge, scotch tape.

Instructions for the mosaic vase are below:

1.  Cut several sheets of pastel paper  (or any pretty paper) in different shapes.

2.  Lay them in front of you. It's best to put them in a big platter.  

3. Starting on one side of the bottle brush the Mod Podge liberally.  Start putting the pieces of the paper in any fashion you want.  Smooth any corners with the Mod podge.  

4.  Repeat that step for all sides of the bottle.  When it's dry, go over with another coat of Mod Podge.  It will have a nice shine to it.

Directions for bouquet are below:

Coffee filters (3 to each flower)
Colored markers
Paper towels
Scotch tape
Wood dowels 3/16 in. 
Green paint

1. Take coffee filters at a time, coloring the top filter with colored markers with any design you want.  Place a dampened paper towel on top of that.  The color should seep through all 3 filters.  You can go over with marker till color desired.   Take all the filters and let them dry for ahwile.

2.  While you are waiting,  paint the dowels with green paint (any craft paint will do).

3. Put the 3 filters back together with same design and fold them in half, fourths, eighths.

4. Punch a small in the middle where you will push the wood dowel in.  Push it in so that only 1 1/2 inch is visible at the top. Twist the filters good at the bottom and secure with scotch tape.  Fluff the layers and you should be able to see the dowel in the middle of the filters.  

When you get a bouquet (3 stems or more)  put them in the mosaic vase you made and it will be the best gift ever for Mother's Day because it's from homemade.
., Home Decor Project
Bunny in a Basket Centerpiece  , I had the stained glass holder and I had a great idea to incorporate the centerpiece I had in mind with it.  It looks great with a bunny in a basket template I printed and colored with markers.  Then flowers are made with pastel paper and the stems are green flexible straws.  I put a piece of corrugated cardboard to fit inside of the holder and made holes in the cardboard to hold the pole that holds the bunny template and the flower stems.  Then I added Easter grass on top of the cardboard.  
, Holiday Project
Ceramic Whimsy, Ceramic pottery with a whimsical flair, hand painted by ME, Home Decor Project

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