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Winner: The Incredible Egg
After carving and hand-painting a large craft egg, nails606 decorated the shell with butterflies, birds, and eggs.
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Winner: Pretty in Pink
With felt and foam filling, TerriGordon made these beautiful Easter eggs. After whip-stitching the felt edges, she decorated the eggs with lace and ribbon trims, and used seam binding as hangers.
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Winner: Let's Stick Together
To create these Easter basket sticks inspired by lollipops, HolidayQueen hand-painted, stamped, and embossed wooden discs. To add the trim, she used crepe paper, tinsel, and silk ribbons.
To see more of HolidayQueen's creations, visit her blog.
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Winner: Happy Little Chicks
By rolling fondant, Mauren hatched her little Easter chicks in no time. For the eggs, she used both fondant and gum paste.
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To make these delicious cupcake bouquets, Martha5241 arranged regular vanilla and swiss buttercream cupcakes in a bowl filled with paper grass. For smaller bouquets, she uses mini cupcakes.
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The Incredible Eggs
Seasons_art made these animated eggs from papier-mache and paper clay. "There's one deviled egg in there," she explained. "There's a bad egg in every bunch!"
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The Cleanest Nest
Brambleberry created this detailed bird's nest and eggs from soap, and shared the how-to on her blog.
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Bunny in Bloom
This beautiful bunny card with blooming flowers, created by jm2, could brighten anyone's day.
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A Ring for Spring
Poppychic used clay to make this beautiful spring chick who wears a flower in her hair.
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Nest, Sweet Nest
Using sugar cookie dough for the nest and eggs, and fondant for the straw, manda2177 was able to make a craft and eat it, too!
For detailed instructions and photos, visit her blog.
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A New Frame of Mind
For her festive Easter sign, SUPERMOM_Kelli used a Cricut electronic cutter to carve out letters, then glued them to Easter napkins cut into squares. Finally, she painted a scrap of wood and added nails to it. Since the frames are removable, she alters the sign for each holiday -- genius!
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These painted Easter eggs were inspired by Martha Stewart's Speckled Butterfly Eggs, Sill and her son and painted these beautiful Easter Eggs.
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For a lovely Easter centerpiece, SummerDance placed an Easter basket in the center of a deviled egg dish and surrounded it with hand-blown eggs.
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In an Eggshell
Jeroen created an adorable bunny using simply eggshells and flowers.
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CathyatNurtureStore made a cheery daffodil windmill from cards, paint, and an egg carton. Get the how-to on her blog.
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Diane2010 made these festive eggs by folding and pinning 7/8-inch wide ribbon in place.
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The Egg and I
Relwort's personalized papier-mache eggs are made using 6-inch brown craft eggs, modge podge, and, of course, tons of Martha Stewart glitter.
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Created by minaraks, these crocheted, egg-shaped bunnies are the perfect Easter toy.
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The Hidden Egg
Giving a new meaning to "egg hunt," Dacky crafted this beautiful polymer clay rose with an egg hidden in the center. Can you spot it?
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