Thursday, February 24, 2011

HOP ON OVER

For some Easter fun, that is.  I actually used the vinyl that I cut with my Silhouette as a stencil to create these cutsie blocks.
Adding the glitter was the crowning touch, it just made them sparkle, (duh, glitter does actually sparkle, I just couldn't come up with a good adjective to describe how cute the glitter made them).



Here you can see the beige vinyl I used as the stencil.  I then painted the areas the colors I wanted and let it dry.

 Then I just peeled up the vinyl.
 It actually peeled up pretty well.


 I love how crisp the lines are. 
After I got all of the vinyl peeled I just painted Elmers Glue-All glue onto the designs and sprinkled with crystal fine glitter by Martha Stewart.



These photo's do not do these justice.  They are so stinkin' cute.
Thanks Shannon for the inspiration.


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9 comments:

Amy @ Keep'n The SunnySide said...

Those seriously ARE cute! Looks like your getting your groove back. Martha's glitter is the best IMO. I have that same little jar in a few colors.

Rainy Day Farm said...

Those turned out really cute. I am going to have to come down and do the easter canvas soon.

Lori said...

Wow...those are really cute. I love the eggs!!

Saimi said...

Sheeeee's baaaaack...in action! Those are so dang cute!!

tammy said...

Very cute Connie!

Nana's Fun Stuff said...

Those turned out adoreable!!! Guess I better get on the Easter bandwagon too soon huh :)

Beverly @ The Buzz said...

Gives me even more hope for spring!

Cherie said...

I love the Easter goodies. I just looked it up and did you know that Easter is not until April 24th this year? That seems later than usual wow!

Amanda @ Serenity Now said...

Too cute for words!! My favorite is the Easter egg with the green bow. I love little touches like that. Such a fun Spring project. :)

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