Friday, April 22, 2011

A Basket Full of Eggs

I "mod-podged" these eggs several years ago.  Today, I got them out just in time for Easter.  I love my eggs!  And, they are so simple to do.  Take a plastic egg, put a thin layer of mod podge and then layer a single ply napkin or tissue paper on top.  Cover this with a layer of mod podge and allow to dry!  Very easy.  Best of all, you can use these year to year.

I'm linking to these parties:

Stuff and Nonsense

Funky Junk's Saturday Nite Special


  1. I have been wanting to make some since last year! I bought the eggs last year but never did... think tomorrow would be a great day to do so!

    thanks for sharing...

  2. Susan love your Easter eggs. I bet they where fun to make as well. Thank you for coming by.
    Maay you have a blessed Easter.

  3. Such adorable eggs - and I love that birdie that is sitting on the basket!! I may try these eggs out at some point in time. Seems easy to do - well, probably not for me - but - LOL!

    Linda in VA

  4. Too cute! I've been wanting to make these! Guess I'll have to wait until next Easter.

    Also, thank you for leaving such a kind comment on my blog. Following you now!


  5. So adorable Susan especially with the bird perched on the basket. Hope you had a wonderful Easter weekend?

    Hugs from Holland ~

  6. Very cute eggs. I was going to try to make some this year, but never got around to doing it. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  7. What a great idea, and they look wonderful!

  8. Hi there Susan! I just saw your comment on my sister's post and had to come over and say a big thank you for becoming a new friend to us at the Fence. :-) And, I feel so badly that you joined our Inspiration Friday party and we did not make it around to leave you a commment and say thank you so much for linking up! We are following you right back and hope we will get to see much more of you in the future. :-)
    P.S. Your mod podged eggs are just lovely!

  9. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier and leaving a comment! I really appreciated it.

    This basket was the most adorable craft I've seen! I will have to keep this in mind for my daughters next Easter. I bet they would have a blast making a gift for my mom that she can use year after year. Thanks for sharing!


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