Monday, March 03, 2014

Crafty Secrets DT Challenge, Tutorial and Linky Party

Today, I am joining the Crafty Secrets Design Team Challenge.  Each month we get together to share our artwork and fun tutorials.  Won't you join me in the fun and inspiration?  You can find more information on the Heartwarming Vintage Blog.  Today, I am using the new Digital Victorian Easter Eggs Printable to make this cute and easy jar tie on.



The great thing about this project is that it was quick and easy to do.  

Items Needed:
Vintage Lace, Buttons and Fabric for the Tie
Ink, Glitter Glue and Hot Glue Gun


I cut out the image that I wanted to use, then inked around it to give a aged look.  This also helps cover up place where you needed get it trimmed exactly.


Gathering lace and then glue around the egg edge.


Next add buttons, glitter glue (if desired) and glue to a fabric strip.  Then tie on your jar.  

I filled my jar with paper mache eggs and shredded paper.


The great thing about the Crafty Secrets Digital Victorian Easter Eggs Printable is that there is more eggs for you to do additional projects with.


I  hope you enjoyed this fun and easy tutorial. Come back this Friday for another fun Photoshop Tutorial. Hope to see you here!

Head on over to the Crafty Secrets Blog where you can link up and post a project you completed using Crafty Secrets products. 

Please visit the other talented designers that will be sharing their projects and tutorials:

Kathy Clement - New Design Team Leader
Wishing you a creative day, dear friends.


6 comments:

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

Sheila, this is so sweet, and I just love it! The vintage bottle is the perfect base for that beautiful Easter egg image.

Julie Marie said...

Oh Sheila, that is just too sweet!... love all the pretty Springtime~Easter treasures in it... happy beginning of a brand new week to you, xoxo Julie Marie

Crafty Secrets Heartwarming Vintage Co. said...

Hi Sheila, your forget-me-not egg is very pretty with the glitter and lace you added!

Sandy

Diana Seal said...

Sheila, what a beautiful Easter jar! Love the vintage look, very pretty!
Have a great week!
Diana

Vicki Chrisman said...

So Pretty Sheila!!

Linsey said...

This is such a gorgeous decoration! I love the simplicity of your project and it has stunning results too, yaya!!! Very charming and just plain delightful!!! Thanks for sharing this!!! :)