Today we have a treat for you, our design team has been busy creating with the newly released Easter dies from Cheery Lynn Designs and we are doing a blog hop.
Visit each of the Design team members blogs and leave a comment.
One lucky person from each blog will win the Lace Egg that member used in her post.
I am using Lace Egg Three for my project today.
In addition to the chance to win the above die, if you leave a comment on the Cheery Lynn Designs blog, you will also have a chance to win the Nesting Egg dies.
For my project, I wanted to use these dies in a way to show you that even though they are Easter dies, you do not have to be limited to using them on Easter Projects only.
To start I have taken some paper towel tubes and have cut them down to just over 4 inches each.
I then covered each one with decorativve paper and used the smallest of the Scalloped Circle dies to cut out covers for the bottom only of the tubes.
They will stand up like this when finished.
Next I took the largest Nesting Egg and another Scalloped Circle and cut the shapes out like this.
I then used an assortment of dies to finish off these Babushkas.
I have used the Lace Egg Three for the sign and the apron of each doll.
I figured these could be used for so many different occasions.
Table settings, name place cards, Mother’s Day Brunch, Baby showers just to name a few.
Each doll is decorated with paper lace and flowers from the following dies: Pretty Petal, Lace Flourish Butterfly, Dancing Doily Lace Border, Zig Zag Ric Rac and the Stacker flowers Leaf.
Each doll holds a small treat.
I hope you liked my idea today! Leave it to me to look for the out of ordinary way to use something, right?
Now you should go and visit each of the other team members blogs and leave a comment.
Remember: One lucky person from each blog will win the Lace Egg that member used in her post. I used Lace Egg Three.
Also, remember, to leave a comment on the Cheery Lynn Designs blog for a chance to win the Nesting Egg dies.
Winners will be announced on the 19th along with this week’s challenge winner. Good luck and have fun hopping.
Here are the blogs that are participating in the blog hop.
Thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoy all the projects on this hop!