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Friday, March 15, 2013

Easter Egg Yarn Garland

 I didn't get a chance to post about this Easter project I made for the Mod Podge Rocks Blog on Wednesday because I had the Jasmine Giveaway scheduled, but I wanted to show it to you. It's a super easy Easter project you can make with your kids. All you need is some yarn, which I bought at Wal -Mart for under two dollars, some balloons from the dollar store, and some Mod Podge.
To see my tutorial head on over to the Mod Podge Rocks Blog.
If you have little ones they will love getting their hands dirty making these and also popping the balloons the next day after the Mod Podge has tried.
Over the past few months I have been contributing projects over there and it is so exciting for me to be recognized by what I consider one of the big bloggers. When I e mailed Amy to suggest an idea I was surprised when she got back to me to tell me that she would like me to contribute a project every month. 
Anyway I am excited about doing this gig because it sort of seems like this old blog I have here is more of a sewing blog, and I love doing crafts too, but I'm not sure if my readers are really into it.
So I get to post on a site that gets a lot of craft fans which is great!

If you are reader of this blog, what are your favorite types of posts?
Sewing? Crafts? DIY? Tutorials?
Just curious!

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  1. I love this idea... I did this one year for the kids Easter egg hunt.

  2. I enjoy reading about all different kinds of posts because I dabble in everything. I love sewing, but I'm also into DIY projects - anything that involves saving money. I recently developed an interest in making wire jewelry.

  3. So cute! I have to get some of that mod podge. You've done so many great projects with it!

  4. Your garland is so colorful and cute Justine! Pinning :)
    You are an amazing sewist and I enjoy your crafts too.

    <3 Christina at I Gotta Create!

  5. Super cute idea! I like this a lot better that just the "typical" egg :). I would love if you would share this over at our blog hop

  6. Love this! Sharing on my Easter Ideas :)


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