Hello Friends, today I am sharing another vintage inspired Easter tutorial.
Here is the sweet little egg shaped wall hanging.
Start by cutting an egg shape out of cardstock and out of vintage sheet music. If you don't want to free hand your egg, you can find printable templates on google. My egg measures 5 1/2 x 7.
Glue together to make your egg more sturdy. I then inked the edges using Vintage Photo Distress ink.
Cut out the Vintage Greeting card pictured at the top of the post. Cut the edges with pinking shears and ink the edges. I used a Shabby Pink Cat's Eye ink pad.
I then cut a 1" circle and distressed the edges using the edge of a pair of scissors. I then inked the edges with Shabby Pink Cat's Eye ink. The paper is by October Afternoon's Ducks In A Row collection.
I then glued a pink and yellow button to the center.
I glued the circle to the card to cover up the "For Daddy".
Glue the card to the center of the egg.
I then added a strip of blue ric rac along the bottom of the card.
Next, I added a flower shaped yellow button.
I then cut a strip of paper 2 x 8. I trimmed the edges to create a banner. This paper is from October Afternoon's Ducks In A Row collection. I inked the edges with Vintage Photo Distress Ink.
I glued the banner strip to the middle of the tag.
Lastly, I punched a hole at the top of the egg and added ribbon and a matching bow.
Enjoy creating for Spring!
Wishing you a wonderful day, Lindsey