A Twist on Traditional Easter Eggs

“A simple craft supply could easily be converted into an artful piece with a few carefully selected additions.” – Michelle Ward

Neat Nest

If you’re “dyeing” to find an elegant alternative to ordinary eggs this Easter without all the hassle, we’ve got just the fix for you. In this FREE article download, Michelle Ward displays a whimsical way of creating irresistibly chic spring décor with pieces already in your possession. Now you can spend more time with family this holiday and less time trying to track down a carton of eggs to color.

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Michelle Ward Eggs

Rather than relying on papier-mâché or ordinary dyeing techniques, you can call on your creative muse to concoct this eco-friendly and eye-catching art piece. For even more artistic advantages, Michelle offers other convenient ways to re-use this project during different holidays and seasons. Display this decorated nest proudly on your Easter table this spring with the exciting option to refurbish later for a festive fall piece.

Do you have an unconventional Easter tradition? Please share with your fellow creatives by commenting below!

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*Nests and Eggs by Michelle Ward originally appeared in Somerset Studio January/February 2012.

*Download this FREE article Nests and Eggs

Michelle Ward Stencils

 

About Michelle Ward:

-Wife and mom of 3.

-Working artist interested in altered books, painting, and stamping.

-Just launched a new Stencil Collection, now available at Stampington.

 

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Posted: Thursday, March 28th, 2013 @ 1:31 pm
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6 Responses to “A Twist on Traditional Easter Eggs”

  1. Lisa M says:

    Oh, very chic! I don’t normally decorate for holidays, but these would be adorable on a wreath for the front door year ’round!

  2. Baerbel says:

    I made some vintage style eggs

    http://fairysale.blogspot.de/2013/02/creativa-ticker-19-tage-ubrig-am.html

    I love shabby chic and thats why I adore your magazines.

    Thanks for all the inspiration!

    Baerbel, Germany

  3. Debra Combs says:

    Love the eggs and really love that the nest is so creative as well..adorable!

  4. This nest of eggs could be displayed all year long … love this idea and will be trying it myself soon!

  5. Melanie LeGrand says:

    I am in love with these eggs. My mind is running wild with so many things I can alter around the same theme and idea. Thank you so much for sharing these beautiful photographs with us, Michelle!!

  6. Mary M says:

    LOVED the alternative Easter eggs! Many creative ideas already come to mind.

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“A simple craft supply could easily be converted into an artful piece with a few carefully selected additions.” – Michelle Ward

Neat Nest

If you’re “dyeing” to find an elegant alternative to ordinary eggs this Easter without all the hassle, we’ve got just the fix for you. In this FREE article download, Michelle Ward displays a whimsical way of creating irresistibly chic spring décor with pieces already in your possession. Now you can spend more time with family this holiday and less time trying to track down a carton of eggs to color.

***

Michelle Ward Eggs

Rather than relying on papier-mâché or ordinary dyeing techniques, you can call on your creative muse to concoct this eco-friendly and eye-catching art piece. For even more artistic advantages, Michelle offers other convenient ways to re-use this project during different holidays and seasons. Display this decorated nest proudly on your Easter table this spring with the exciting option to refurbish later for a festive fall piece.

Do you have an unconventional Easter tradition? Please share with your fellow creatives by commenting below!

***

*Nests and Eggs by Michelle Ward originally appeared in Somerset Studio January/February 2012.

*Download this FREE article Nests and Eggs

Michelle Ward Stencils

 

About Michelle Ward:

-Wife and mom of 3.

-Working artist interested in altered books, painting, and stamping.

-Just launched a new Stencil Collection, now available at Stampington.

 

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