March 13, 2012

Crafty Tutorial - Make a Vintage German Glass Glitter Easter Egg

I'm moving things around a bit, between a few of my blogs. This post has been moved to my DIY Blog. You can find it HERE.


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25 comments:

  1. That's so adorable but I'm completed distracted by that last picture...I think we have a marble bird bath (?) just like that larger one, except it doesn't have any birds on it. I always wondered why anyone would have an odd shaped, marble bowl. Now I know.

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    1. Hi Erin, Yes these were quite popular at one time, they are made in Italy, I think they may have been souvenirs. I've always had a thing for them, I have several in my collection, they are just so charming!

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  2. Hi, Karen:
    This is gorgeous. May I link this post on my next blog post?
    Hugs,
    Susan

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    1. Hi Susan,
      Yes of course! Please do! Thanks for offering!

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  3. Karen I just found your tutorial through Pinterest and must tell you how much I love it! I still have lots of German paper maché eggs to play with and will sure try it as soon as I can.
    Once a again thank you so much for sharing!
    Sending you warm Spring wishes from Germany
    Carola

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    1. Hello Carola, I'm so flattered that you like my Egg, I'm such a fan of everything you do! Wendy told us that the factory in Germany that has been making these for 100+ has stopped production on them, which is why I was excited to find the Ikea ones. You are lucky to have a stock of the plain ones in your possession, I'm sure you'll do something fabulous with them!

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  4. Love!!! Definitely going to try this. And thanks - as always - for the awesome printables too!

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  5. Very pretty! I didn't know you had this blog going too!! Just discovered the link from an email! YAY!!

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  6. Soooo very beautiful! I'm creating these for my home! Thank you, so much!

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  7. I can't wait to try this! STUNNING!! Thank you!

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  8. I love this project! Pinning it. Definitely on my to do list!

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  9. This is really pretty (and has rabbits on, so even better) but I'm deeply envious you found some of those old-fashioned papier mache eggs. I've been looking for some for a while, but they're pricey. Does anyone know of anywhere else that has these, to buy on line? For cheapskates like me?

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    1. Rhissanna, Mine aren't old actually, they are brand new from Ikea! And cheap too, you can get them for $1.99!

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  10. Karen that is so adorable, lovin it! I just created some end tables with your graphics. I will be posting these soon I hope. I am a new follower, I would love for you to follow me back over at Color It Simple dot blogspot dot com.

    hugs!

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  11. Hi Karen, I just love this project! Even though I don't have any of these particular eggs, you have inspired me to embellish the ones I do have. Thanks so much!!! -Kristie @ Market Nine home

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  12. How beautiful!!! Love this idea, and love those bunnies!

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  13. Karen this egg is so pretty! Thank you for your generosity in sharing your beauty and graphics with us- I don't know what blog land would do without you!

    bee blessed
    mary

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  14. Awesome idea and I love your job!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

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  15. Love, love, love! I will have to make one for my mom.. thanks for the inspiration!!

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  16. Great idea! Love the graphic bunny... already thinking of what I can put it on!
    I'd love to invite you to share this at a party I have going on at Project Queen.
    http://projectqueen.org/welcome-to-link-party-26-turning-the-daunting-into-the-do-able

    What would we all do without your graphics? You are amazing! Thank you!!!!

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  17. That looks so cute!

    Hopping by and following your lovely blog.

    Also inviting you to join our meatless recipe blog hop/showcase at http://olahmomma.com/momlounge. You are also very welcome to add your blog here: http://olahmomma.com/momlounge/node/add/blog-list

    Hope to see ya there! Have a great day:)

    The Quiet Mom at http://olahmomma.com

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