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Posted by luvstocraft (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 9, 11 at 1:14

Found some really cute egg candle holders that look pretty easy to make. Take a look when you have a minute. Luvs

Here is a link that might be useful: Plastic egg candleholders


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TFS!! These are really, really cute. And great instructions. I never thought about drilling plastic eggs.
My list of Easter things to make grows and grows...maybe by NEXT Easter I'll get some of it done. ;o)

hugs, Karen


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Thanks, Luvs. That is one clever project! I'm always amazed at the ideas people come up with!!
NanaK


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Love those...very Springy looking for sure!


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Those are very cute! Where do they put all these decorations?? :)


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Luvs, very cute and nice variety of eggs used. Thanks for sharing this.

Punk


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Luvs thanks sharing this.
I too just love the creative ideas people come up with and want to make most of what I see...but -
Like Kathleen...where oh where do you store it all!

jane


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Heck, Jane and Kathleen, I don't even know where to display it all, let alone store it! LOL Sure is fun to find cute ideas however. Here's another easy festive garland I ran across and thought I should share with all of you. Luvs

Here is a link that might be useful: Plastic egg garland


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Luvs, I saw this for sale on a website, and thought of the link you shared on making similar. This is just another way to stack the eggs tho, I like it.

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