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Floral Easter Eggs





Orangerie Eggs lovers!!!  How lovely are these little decoupaged beauties?!  Inspired by our own living room decor, I decided to make our Easter Eggs full on floral this year.  This simple project is completed just like any other decoupage project: an image on paper or fabric, a glue medium & your surface (the egg).  I printed the beautiful Designers Guild fabric image from their website on my printer // link here. I then cut the flowers out individually & proceeded to glue them on my egg using a decoupage medium & a small paint brush.  I used my fingers to work out the tiny wrinkles & made sure the images were adhered.  My medium was simply a mixture of equal parts water to white school glue.  I continued to layer my flowers until the whole egg was covered & was thrilled with how convincing they turned out. 

Going for the full effect, I added in some spotted eggs as well, which were done with a black sharpie!  Love!  I really wish I would have used wooden eggs... simply because I love them so much.

x o - Kristin



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10 comments:

  1. I love these so much I can't stand it! And you're taunting me with those dang scissors!!! #gimme

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  2. Genius! Seriously, everything you touch is amazing!

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  3. Those would make for an awfully chic Easter egg hunt!!

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  4. Those are the chicest Easter eggs I have ever seen!!! So pretty! xo Kristin

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  5. Incredible! The most beautiful eggs I've ever seen. xx

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  6. Well those just made me feel bad about the store bought egg dye I plan on using this week... LOL #badDIYblogger Love them Kristin- Awesome job!! -Mon

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