Saturday, March 27, 2010

Day #4 Easy Beaded Eggs

     Today we were wishing we had unlimited helping hands like Martha,
to blow out, dye and hinge all the lovely eggs our hearts desired.....
Yeah, right.......soooooooo anyway
this morning we were going to attempt to do some of Martha's Fancy Eggs
when we stumbled upon these Fancy strung beads at
 our favorite store Hobby Lobby!
24 Feet of Loveliness for $1.99 and then 50% off!
Big Plastic Eggs .67 cents then 50% off!
How could we resist!
Who doesn't love a cheap and super EASY Easter Egg Project???
They came in shades of Clear, Pink and Silver.
It takes about 12 feet to do one of the bigger size plastic eggs.
With the handy glue gun in hand we went to work.....   It doesn't get any easier than this.
Glue + Strand = StuckThey look so cute nestled into the Rhubarb.
So 6 "Fancy" Eggs for a grand total of $3.31 + tax!!!
Extra bonus is they won't actually break when the kids play with them!
Don't forget to check in tomorrow for our Grand Finale!
Day #5 will be worth the wait!


gail@My Repurposed Life said...

those are so cute! Do you get tired of me saying those words? I love the way they sparkle!
way to go!

Grannys Attic said...

They are so pretty! Can't wait for the grand finale tomorrow, don't know how it can get any better that all the others! Blessings, Vicky

Leanne said...

I love these eggs. If it wasn't 9pm I'd head to Hobby Lobby right now. Can't wait to see your next ones.

Michelle @ Sweet Something Design said...

This is a fantastic project!! They are so shiny!! :)

~ Regan said...

Oh yeah! I forgot about this project! We used to do this to styrofoam balls at Christmas time! This is even cuter on an Easter egg!

dymphna said...

so easy and can probably get the supplies at a great price after Easter.

thanks for sharing

Heidi said...

I'm so glad you found a simple solution. Can you imagine blowing out a bunch of eggs? These are so beautiful! And they look so elegant and expensive!

neli said...

I can deside whice i want to do first!!!!!
There are all magical.
Beautifull job!!!!!

Beth@The Stories of A to Z said...

Brilliant I tell you! You ladies are unstoppable. Love it!

Lacie @ Creative Attempts said...

I am so jealous because my sisters won't craft with me lol. I love this

Anonymous said...

I like these and they seem fairly simple to make. Great job!

Unknown said...

Those are the best beaded Easter eggs I have seen! Because you used the stand of beads they are nice and neat and clean! BRAVO!

Anonymous said...

I am so glad I saw these before Easter! My daughter is going to love seeing these beaded eggs in her basket!!! Thanks for the idea. -Jennifer

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