Hang on to your Easter Bonnets! Here we go!
Fabulous glittered eggs from Sarah So pretty! I have got to learn how to make those fabulous crepe paper ruffles.
Whimsical creations from Laurie. She made big eggs and small eggs, in different colors. I had a hard time choosing. But, in the end, PINK always wins!
My contribution - Easter Treat Baskets with a silver glittered egg. Some had different colored mercury beads and different colored chicks.
A lovely Quilled Egg from Jane She made every single egg different. I had a terrible decision to make on which one I wanted to keep. This one! No, this one! No...this one. I finally settled on the bunnies since I am bunny crazy. There were hearts, flowers, ducks and lots of other fabulous designs. These are great!
Bright colored decoupaged eggs from Courtney.. These remind me of actual colored eggs.
A sweet tag from Lisa She made these tags two sided - what a lot of work that must have been to decorate both sides!
Gorgeous Gilded Eggs from Heidi Each one had a different vintage earring placed on top. Again, I had trouble choosing because each one was prettier than the next! I was torn between a pastel earring and the one I finally chose above. So, whoever got the pastel one - think of me when you look at it! (And Heidi, of course!)
Wee sweet chickie from Gail Each chickie was nestled in a plastic Easter Egg and tied up with a pretty bow. I just looked at her blog and now I see that each chickie was different. Whew. That is one decision I didn't have to make since I couldn't see in the eggs!
Very pretty Paper Eggs from Rebecca. I had to pull Rebecca's leg (the good one) to get her to join in on this swap. She made several variations of this too, again, hard to pick. But, pink and bunnies rule!
These eggs from Aimee-Suzanne made me happy. They are plastic eggs and they are just chock full of vintage stuff. Plastic tchotchkes, mercury beads, buttons, tinsel, die cuts, flowers, rhinestones, etc. They are little shadow boxes of goodies! And, they arrived in a goodie bag full of even more treats, chocolate and otherwise for everyone!
Lovely Collage Eggs from Debra. Aren't they sweet? Debra doesn't have a blog, but asked to play along in our swap. I am so happy that she did!
Fun eggs wrapped in thread from Wendy. I'm not sure how she did this - but it looks time consuming. The birds had popped ff and I reglued them, but they may pop off again in transit. I had trouble getting my glue to stick.
Nearly all the eggs came in lovely cellophane bags with Easter Grass or shredded paper inside. It is really going to be fun to get that box and delve into it! Oh wait, if you are reading this, then you probably already opened yours. Then it was fun, huh?