Thursday, March 14, 2013

Chicka Dee Egg

Morning Bloggers,

Our next egg-citing egg comes from Jean.

Materials Needed:
Tim Holtz Distressing Ink-Squeezed Lemonade
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist-Blackberry Cordial
Ranger Alcohol Inks-Purple Twilight, Pink Sherbet, Clover and Sailboat Blue
Ranger Glossy Paper
Reminisce Paper Happy Easter Line-Egg Hunt
Quickutz- Easter Cookie Cutter Punches Die and Grass Edge Cookie Cutter Boarder Die
Glue Dots
Pink Flower Ribbon

Jean started off inking the egg with Squeezed Lemonade Distress Ink. When she was done she sprayed the egg with Blackberry Cordial Glimmer Mist. While Jean was letting her egg dry,  she cut three 3"x11" strips of Ranger Glossy Paper. Then she inked one strip with Purple Twilight and Pink Sherbet Alcohol Ink, the two other strips she inked with Clover and Sailboat Blue. Jean cut out the Bunny and Chicks and the Grass using Quickutz Easter Punches Die and Grass Boarder Die.  Using the purple and pink strip to make the Chicks and Bunny's and the other two pieces of the green and blue strips to make the grass. Then she cut out 3 inch circle from Reminisce Egg Hunt paper and a of piece chipboard. She glued the Egg Hunt paper to the piece chipboard. She then took the smaller of the two piece of grass glued the ends together to make a circle. The other strip of grass she glued to the chipboard. She then took the smaller grass circle and glued it to the center of the of the chipboard circle. She glued the chicks and bunny's on to the grass using glue dots alternated between the inner and out circles of grass. Jean then cut the flowers from the Pink Flower Ribbon. She glued the flowers to the egg with glue dots. Finally Jean placed the egg in the center of the grass. Tada!!!!!! a Beautiful Egg Creation. Stay tuned tomorrow for another great creation.



  1. What a cute creation, and I love the bright colors. Great job. Linda E.

  2. I like the boldness of the colors on the glossy paper. Nice job.

  3. I love the yellow egg-chicky idea. Very festive Jean. Great job.