{{Cardboard Easter Signs}}

THIS IS A RECYCLED craft. I had some cardboard that were inside  the package from my curtain panels, and I thought hmmmmm, what can I do with these? I am going to do some small Easter Decorating this year but I want it to go more with my home decor. I don’t want to bring in any pastels this year mainly because I don’t want to drag in all my Easter stuff and dig it all out, since the baby will be coming late April. SOOO I made these.

HOW TO: I painted the cardboard with acrylic paint, and let it dry. Then I distressed the edges with walnut distress ink, then Mod podged cut burlap to the carboard. I then cut the bunny, the basket, and the eggs from my Doodle charms Cricut Cartridge and mod podge them on top of the burlap. I also distressed the eggs a little as well. Last I whole punched the cardboard and added jute and grosgrain ribbon for hanging. SUPER EASY!

EASTER PALS TOGETHER! 😉
THANKS A WHOLE BUNCH FOR STOPPING BY. P.S. I have enjoyed reading all your tips, ideas, products you love, and links on the eyebrows, you all rock. xo jen

Comments

  1. You are one creative lady! Love these! The colors are awesome too!
    Stef
    itsallinmyheadstefsblog.blogspot.com

  2. I love these — they’re darling!

  3. I had no idea that they were mounted to cardboard. Had to do a double take. Very cool craft.

  4. You have some great Easter projects and I think crafters are fantastic at recycling, it’s what I enjoy the most.
    Have a lovely crafty weekend.
    Helen x

  5. Those are really cute, am sending to my daughter. She will love these. Keep on Crafting.

  6. Very cute…I think I may have to try something similar

  7. Very cute!

  8. Very cute! I was thinking about something very similar but using ribbed cardboard as the back instead to add some texture! You are so creative! – Karen

  9. Adorable! I love to see creative ideas like this.. affordable holiday decorating that looks classy not cheap. Way to go!

  10. I love this idea! I have plenty of cardboard, but no wood. What a great alternative for making something like this.

    Tracy http://allthumbscrafts.blogspot.com

  11. These are adorable! I don’t have a cricut but I guess I could free hand it. Thanks for sharing!

  12. i love the color combo! you do the best crafting with burlap!!

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