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Easter Egg Topiary tututorial on a blog

Posted by purplemoon (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 21, 11 at 23:57

I saw this last night during my "after hours" browsing and thought this little Easter Tree was a cute idea. And instructions always help me. LOL.

hugs, Karen

Here is a link that might be useful: little EAster Tree


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RE: Easter Egg Topiary tututorial on a blog

Karen, that little Easter tree is adorable and much easier than it looks to make. The tutorial is great. Thank you for sharing. - Marylee


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RE: Easter Egg Topiary tututorial on a blog

Well, you know I had to go look--then looked at her older posts, clicked on some link, then another and another--never did make it back here to say thanks for the link! LOL

That's a very pretty little tree. TFS

Luvs


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RE: Easter Egg Topiary tututorial on a blog

I had fun looking at her blog, too, PM! TFS...she has lots of cool holiday decor! I know my "cone" would not end up looking like that...always impressed with people who can arrange flowers & such! Jeanne S.


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RE: Easter Egg Topiary tututorial on a blog

I'd never have thought to glue HALF eggs on the tree, I'd be gluing all of them whole. Those little plastic eggs that break apart in middle would be perfect, I'm not into sawing eggs at this point. LOL.

hugs, Karen


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RE: Easter Egg Topiary tututorial on a blog

Karen, thanks for sharing this. I had seen a different cone all covered in eggs but this one is neat with all the flowers. I've made the egg wreaths with flowers and eggs but I like the cone shape better.

Punk


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