Friday, April 1, 2011

Target Dollar Egg Tree

This week we were looking for something fun and easy to do
with the kids being home for spring break.
We didn't get much done besides entertaining the kiddos
but sure had fun with these trees!
A while back, we found Easter trees in Target's dollar bins.  
We went straight over and scooped up three. 
They even have a few leaves attached..that's a bonus for 2.50!  
We knew they had potential, they just needed the right egg on them. 
It was our lucky day when we found foam glitter eggs at Craft Warehouse on clearance for 3.00. 
The eggs did not have strings attached, so instead of hanging the eggs, 
we poked them right onto the end of each branch. 
Really easy, and we didn't even glue them!  
We removed the cheap plastic pot and placed
each tree into a ceramic pot, also from the dollar bins.
Target sometimes has some great stuff hidden away in those bins!   
The pot needed a little extra something,
 so we spliced each egg with a knife and
hot glued each egg half around the top of the pot.
We also picked up Easter ornaments at Michaels,
because we thought the kids would enjoy them. 
The strings were a little long, so we shortened the string to fit the tree.  

An easy and cheap fix for an Easter tree!  


Sweet Little Smoothie said...

Such a great Easter decoration - the grouping of trees provides so much impact! I'm so sad that I missed those trees at Target! Thanks for sharing :)

Momofmanyjs said...


Meghan said...

Abolutely gorgeous!

Jo (@ boogaloo) said...

So great! I've been wanting an Easter tree but never thought I could get one so cheap!

lauren@warmandfuzzy said...

Stopping over from Tatertots and Jello. I will be heading over to target tomorrow I really really hope they have some of these little trees left. They are adorable. Yall are SO creative. Love these trees. Hope you dont mind but I would love to feature them on my blog.

Candace said...

Wow! So easy! I'll keep my eye out for those trees and eggs, though we don't have the Craft Warehouse. Great project!

ChRiS said...

how adorable!!

Anonymous said...

Lovely project! Target's dollar bins are full of great things.

lilisinha said...

Lindo !!!! e criativo Parabéns crianças!!!Ótimo final de semana.
Bjos Carinhosos

Jen@Notes From the Heartland said...

You girls and your awesome projects! Isn't it great when all the stars align to create an awesome product?! :-) Love the sparkly eggs.

Anonymous said... how easy it is by poking the eggs on the limbs! -Jennifer

Last Minute Mel said...

What a fun project...I love how they came out :)

Kelsey said...

I love them!

JC's Loft said...

LOVE! So cute!! I actually like them poked on the end of the branches instead of hanging!!


Jen V. said...

How adorable! I love it! Just did an Easter craft with my kids too:

Blue Ridge Altered Art said...

They are beautiful and so thrifty. ~~Sherry~~

Laura @ House Of Joyful Noise said...

Those are the happiest Easter trees I have ever seen! They make me smile! :) (Today started my first link-up party at my blog in the Crafts & Creations section. I'd seriously love it if you linked this up there so everyone can see it. CUTE! And such an affordable craft too.)

Anonymous said...

Cuteness overload! Love these!!

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