It's Easter time and time to get decorating.
I'm so loving the spring colors right now.
And this project was quick and easy to put together.
I dug through my fabric stash to find these super cute pieces.
There is cotton, seersucker, flannel, fleece, and chenille.
It's a great random sampling of colors and textures.
First I cut out an egg shape with paper to be my pattern,
then started cutting eggs out of the fabric.
I also cut rectangles of burlap for the bunting.
The first project is for my kitchen window frames.
I change them out seasonally and it's time for the Easter version.
I ripped up an old book and used the pages for the backgound.
I just taped the pieces to a sheet of paper that fits the frame.
Then trimmed the excess off.
Each one gets a single egg.
I varied the colors and textures of the eggs on the wall.
Here's the finished frames.
There are 3 frames on either side of the window.
Easy and done!
Now for the bunting.
I took each egg and sewed around the edge to attach them to the burlap,
then added a ribbon to the top to string them together.
I will have some more Easter decor and recipes coming soon!