Egg Scrapbook Accents to Make with Kids
In the March/April 2010 issue of Creating Keepsakes magazine, we share over a dozen egg techniques to use on your scrapbook layouts. Here are even more ideas for you to try! This "Egg flip book" is filled with a dozen textured eggs that are perfect mini-projects to do with the little ones in your life. To create this flip book, simply trim your egg shapes from paper, and adhere to 8"x 8" cardstock. Embellish as desired. Punch holes in each sheet and attach with jump rings.
Egg flip book by Joannie McBride. Supplies Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper and Prism Papers; Patterned paper and rub-ons: Imaginisce; Ribbon: American Crafts, Offray, Making Memories, and May Arts; Letter stickers: American Crafts and The Paper Company Studio; Pipe cleaners and pom-poms: Tree House Studios; Paper flowers: Prima; Tulle: Studio His & Hers; Rhinestone brads: American Crafts and Karen Foster Design; Chick die cut: Crate Paper; Glitter butterfly stickers: Colorbök; Felt flower border strip: Kaiser Craft; Felt stickers: American Crafts; Pen and punches: EK Success; Rhinestones: Gartner Studios; Acrylic paint: Plaid Enterprises; Ink: Clearsnap, KI Memories, and Tsukineko; Brads: The Paper Company Studio; Glitter: Wilton; Dimensional glaze: Duncan Enterprises; Adhesive: Glue Dots International and Kokuyo; Other: Buttons, butterflies, felt flowers, tie dye felt, and vellum.
Paper flowers: Adhere paper flowers to egg-shaped cardstock and trim excess around edges. Decorate with ribbon.
Pom-poms: Use assorted sizes of pom-poms and adhere to egg. Be sure to use a heavy duty adhesive so they stay put.
Tie dye felt with glitter: Cut egg shape from felt and sprinkle with glitter. Shake off excess glitter. (no adhesive used)
-more egg flip book pages on page 2-
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