Tutorial: Best tips for working with fabric bias

Tutorial: Best tips for working with fabric biasUsually people don’t use the  word “bias” as a compliment.  But in sewing, bias can be a very good thing.  In sewing, bias refers to the direction of a fabric that’s 45 degrees from straight grain.  This magic angle gives … Read More…

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Hidden Memory Rings

This is a step by step instructions on how to make a hidden memory rings. These are a fun creative wood project and well worth checking out.  I love working with new mediums.  Hidden Memory Ring TutorialRead More…

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Glitter Easter Egg Cups

These glittery egg cups are so much fun to make to get ready for Easter! We saw these little snack cups at the dollar store and love the shape for crafting. Grab a few mini plastic cups, some paint and of course Mod Podge Extreme Glitter and you’re all ready to make a set for your own Easter table!

Make a whole bunch of these and arrange them along the center of your table for a playful and bright tablescape for Easter brunch. They also double as a fun way to display your kids’ Easter eggs! Keep reading to see the full instructions.

what you need:


Step 1
Paint the insides of the clear plastic bowls (we used mini snack / tasting bowls from Dollar Tree) and let dry.

Step 2
Apply a coat of Mod Podge Glitter onto the outsides of the bowls and let dry. If you want even more glitter, apply a second coat and let dry.

Step 3
Repeat step 1 and 2 for mini plastic cups / shooters and then glue the mini bowls onto the cups, forming adorable egg cups!

This post is sponsored by Plaid Enterprises.

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