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 decorative pillow shams     |      2020-03-08 23:30

Today is all about Easter. Well, Easter decorations. And that’;s why I came up with this.

It’;s like egg garland…;…;hanging from your wall/door/furniture.

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It’;s a quick project and involves minimal sewing.

You’;ll Need:

Then cut out as many eggs as you’;d like to string up on your wall/door/furniture. I made mine with 6, planning on draping mine on the door. However many eggs you cut outdecorative pillow shams, cut that same number out in a plain color, as your backing. Then cut out that same number again of double sided fusing.

Iron all 3 pieces together. Do this to all of your eggs.

Now, decide how you want to decorate your eggs. Sew any decorations/embellishments onto your egg and then sew all the way around your egg.

Stitch any ribbon into place.

And then trim around the edges, cutting off the excess ribbon. (Heat seal any ends of ribbon with a lighter so that it doesn’;t unravel.) Then make a seam all the way around the egg.

Attach your eggs to some twine/yarn/string along the side seams of the eggs.

Then string up in your house somewhere.

I will be stringing mine on my front door, on the outside. Well, once the snow-storms subside. But first, I will spray my eggs with Scotch Gaurd, just for a bit of added protection. And maybe with a ‘;Happy Spring’; or ‘;Happy Easter’; sign right there with it.

But have fun with it.

And enjoy your Easter!

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