I turned my snowflake tree into an Easter tree!
I started this project when the ground was still white with snow. Working full time and busy weekends haven’t left much crafting time for me. I am so happy that this project is now complete. this tree makes me smile.
I used Mr. SP’s band saw to cut out the ornaments. I drew an egg shape for the egg ornaments and traced cookie cutters for the rabbit and chicks. I cut notches is some of the eggs to make them 3-D.
I painted each egg and then either used Mod Podge to apply Easter images from The Graphics Fairy or used Mod Podge to apply scrapbook paper. I used my limited art skills to paint designs on the 3-D eggs.
I couldn’t have a star on an Easter tree, so I used a double stick tape to tape a chick to each side of the star. I made a wreath using these chicks back in the mid-90’s.
I’m so happy to finally have an Easter decoration in my house. I decided not to pull out all of my Easter things this year since Easter is just a week away. If I’m going to make the effort to decorate, I need to enjoy it longer than a week. This cute tree will be just enough Easter for this year.
I’ve been collecting marble eggs for a few years. The chicks in the middle came from a local gift shop. The smaller fluffy chicks were $1.00 for a pack of four large or $1.00 for a pack of six small at Big Lots.
You did a great job with your Easter tree….it’s so cute and the cut out ornaments are terrific!
So cute and sweet Paula. This year Easter seemed to sneak up on us entirely too quickly!
What an adorable idea. You did a great job!
Cute!!! I love a tree that does double duty like that. 🙂
You will keep these forever. I still have and use the Christmas felt ornaments I made when we were first married.
So cute!!! Come over to Southern Somedays, I have a little fun for you:
Very cute and seasonal. Hope you’ll visit us, too. We have a headboard bench project. — Jane F.
Oh how darling! what an awesome way to reinvent your snowflake tree. Thanks for showing the close ups of the eggs you made – awesome inspiration!
~ Emily N. from “too Blessed to Stress”
This is so cute! What a great idea to have an Easter tree!
So cute….Have a Happy Easter…Enjoying a Saturday of blog hopping and reading all the Easter posts. Hope you will stop by for a visit.
On Sunday night I will be drawing for
$100 GOODIE BASKET.
That is just the sweetest tree. I love the little ornaments you made. And the little chicks are the bottom.
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