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>> Sunday, March 29, 2009

posted by: Cathy

these days so how about a quick, easy and inexpensive Easter project!

Start with a Plain Jane pail from the Target dollar spot...



and dress it up with Easter images from DRS Designs for a fun centerpiece or side table arrangement...



The smaller scallops that sport the lamb (I just inked up the smaller one for this project) and chick are cuttlebug dies, the larger Happy Easter sentiment is on a giga scallop punch and the Mr. Carrot is on a sizzlit tag die. I added some ribbon from Target and stamped the fuzzy chick along with the mega flower oval onto a mega scallop punch and tied it onto the ribbon with embroidery floss and a button.

I added some Easter grass and styrofoam eggs from the local dollar store to finish things off.

Thanks for stopping by today...have you made some fun Easter projects using the DRS Easter images?? If so, post a link to your creation in the comment section, we'd love to see it!

Reminder - there is one week left to make a one layer card and enter yourself into a drawing for blog candy that consists of notecards, an ink pad and a DRS image. Click here for some inspiration.

Stay tuned for more info as the week goes on...later this week we will be hosting our very first DRS Designs blog hop!! You do not want to miss it!!!

See you soon...

6 comments:

Jessica G. said...

Perfect decoration for these fun Target pails! By using picks, you can move these sweet images to new locations once the pail is emptied, too. Thanks for a great idea, Cathy!

Jennifer E. said...

What a cute idea! TFS!

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

How sweet Cathy!! Really love this idea as I have a few of these myself laying around!! :) Just love the images on the sticks and the google eyes on the chicky!! TOO CUTE! ;) TFS!

Judy Rozema said...

CUTE CUTE CUTE!

ragsnpaint said...

An adorable idea!

Sue said...

I've never seen a dollar look so good!!!

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