Unique Egg Accents for Scrapbooking

by Kim Watson

Here's a sneak peek at just one of the egg-cellent projects you'll find in the March/April 2010 issue of Creating Keepsakes

Creating Keepsakes March/April 2010 Egg Hunt

Egg Hunt by Kim Watson. Supplies: Cardstock: American Crafts; Patterned paper: Adornit-Carolee's Creations, Anna Griffin, and Jillibean Soup; Letter stickers: American Crafts; Ribbon: American Crafts, Autumn Leaves, Piggy Tales, and Making Memories; Buttons: Autumn Leaves and Fancy Pants Designs; Cardstock stickers: Adornit-Carolee's Creations; Ink: Close To My Heart; Stamp: Autumn Leaves; Pen: Sakura; Punches: EK Success and Fiskars Americas; Software: Adobe Photoshop CS3; Adhesive: Scrapbook Adhesive by 3L, Glue Arts and Tombow; Other: Thread.

Want to create these adorable egg accents? Follow these easy instructions!

Creating Keepsakes March/April 2010 Egg Hunt Tutorial


Creating Keepsakes March/April 2010 Egg Hunt Tutorial 2

Egg Tutorial by Kim Watson. Supplies: Egg template, cardstock, ribbon and thread.


  1. Cut a cardstock rectangle as your base, and collage with a variety of ribbon pieces. Adhere with tape or glue.
  2. Quilt the ribbon pieces in place using a sewing machine.
  3. Cut an egg shape from adhesive paper, and stick onto reverse side of quilted piece.
  4. With sharp scissors, cut out an egg shape, and sew two rows of stitching around the edge of the egg on the right side to secure the backing and to keep ribbon from fraying. 
  5. Tie a ribbon bow around middle of egg, and secure at back. 

For even more egg-citing egg ideas, be sure to check out our "The Good, The Fab, and The Spectacular" online article for a fantastic egg flip book you can create for yourself or with your kids.

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