Newsprint Eggs

6:00:00 AM

Today I'm thinking about eggs.

My Spring decorating already includes a few eggs, 
cute little blue bird eggs...

I'm thinking however, Spring decorating might include some other fancy eggs...

In my "Spring box" I found some fabulous eggs... 

I have brown paper eggs...

and pastel speckled eggs...

crackled eggs...

 and textured eggs...

 even Russian eggs...

I also saw some great eggs in the PB catalog that spelled out EASTER.

(I'm going to try those next...)

If that wasn't enough eggs, I thought I'd try these...

I started out using the brown paper eggs.

Then I cut up some old book pages into little pieces...

Got out my Mod Podge...

And began gluing the pieces to the egg.

 It honestly took a lot of smoothing to get the paper to lay flat.

Then I let them dry.

Pretty cute!

A coat of sealer, and we're done!

More eggs to add to the collection!

It's an egg-stravaganza!

These little lovelies were featured on!

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  1. You are so right...I love everything here! I've been perusing your blog and I like your style. Anyone that covers eggs with book pages is my new BFF. I'm a new follower. Looking forward to getting to know you. Lisa~

  2. Hello,
    Following you from Boost My Blog! Please stop by and say hi...and follow me too :)
    Thanks and have a great day!

  3. I love nests, eggs, birds, Easter...I am going to try your modge podge eggs! You gotta visit my blog and see what I did with peat pots and modge podge and eggs... Thanx so much for sharing your ideas. Hope you have a blessed spring! Tiff

  4. Love the eggs especially the book print covered ones.

  5. Cute eggs. I made some book page eggs last week but haven't posted them yet. They were lots of fun.

  6. I just did a similar post except with sheet music!

  7. these are so cute!! i love anything with newspaper print!

  8. Your newsprint eggs are so cute! I also have a thing for eggs and I have quite a collection!

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving such a wonderful comment. It is true, we can only do what we can do!

    Kat :)

  9. I love visiting your blog..always fabulous ideas . Thanks for sharing! Kym

  10. These would be beautiful for spring. I wish I were talented enough to pull this off! New GFC follower from the Weekend Blog Hop.


  11. Love them! I became a follower of your blog -

  12. I love love love these.

    so clever!


  13. Very cute! I've got to get myself some ModgePodge!

  14. I did the same thing that I am going to post on Monday. Aren't these just too cute?

  15. Just adorable! They look great displayed together in a group. Great job.

  16. I made some of these too. I added an initial to some...think they should stay out all year! They are just too precious.

  17. Those are awesome! Thanks for stopping by and following Ask Anna. I'm your newest follower now.


  18. I love these newsprint eggs! Great post

  19. Love them! I have some just like that I made last spring in my guest room in a little nest under a cloche. Have a great day!


  20. Love book print and music print on about anything. I bought a small box last summer, simply because of the print on it. (It combined two of my faves- little objects and print!) So did I love teaching because of both of these? Mayhaps!

  21. These turned out cute cute cute! Thanks for linking flaunt it friday! :)

  22. Your creativity is truly inspiring!! Thanks so much for linking to my blog bash K.I.S.S. Looking forward to seeing more of your great ideas. :)

    Drop by The Tattered Tag

  23. I would love for you to share these at my new Eats and Treats party!!! They are beautiful!!

  24. Thank you so much for linking your news print eggs! I seriously love them!


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