Monday, March 25, 2013

Spring Centerpiece

I created this Spring Centerpiece using the re-purposed cabinet door tray I made here.

I used moss, feathers and leftover burlap ribbon from another project. 

 I doubled the burlap and cut to fit the tray.
I shaped the moss into bird nests, then used hot glue to glue in place.

I created three nests to fit the tray.
 I used First Edition Specialty Designer Series Paper to cover plastic Easter eggs.
I cut the paper into strips and used mod podge to adhere to eggs.

I sponged the eggs with Baja Breeze Ink.
I used MDS (My Digital Studios digital program) to create the "Spring Welcome" in Basic Black Ink then used the splatter feature to add specks of Baja Breeze.
 I cut the flags and sponged the edges with Sahara Sand Ink.
I used a Bone Folder to curl the flags then tucked the ends under the nests.
I added feathers for the finishing touch.

Stampin' Up! supplies used:

First Edition Specialty Designer Series Paper #121878
Baja Breeze Classic Stampin' Pad #126960
Sahara Sand Classic Stampin' Pad #126976
Very Vanilla Card Stock #101650
Stampin' Sponges #101610
MDS (My Digital Studio digital program) #130646 (download), #130647 (disc)
Bone Folder #102300

Additional Supplies:

Plastic Easter eggs
Hot glue gun
Burlap ribbon

The numbered Stampin' Up! items above can be purchased here.

Thanks for stopping by! Comments and questions are welcome.


  1. Classy Spring decor! I love Easter decor that is subtle and nature themed.

  2. This is really cool!! I love all the clever details like the sponging and wrapping the paper to look like its one strip.

  3. Holly, I love everything about this project! What a creative idea and a great alternative to a wreath to welcome spring!


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