Monday, April 18, 2011

Spring Fever Tutorial with Lolly Jane

Lolly Jane Boutique is one of my favorite blogs.  It is created by twin sisters, Kelli and Kristi, who truly know how to craft.  Every single one of the projects are amazing. (Amazing.) If you do not already follow their blog you should go over and visit them.  They are fabulous.  Here you can see just a few of their projects and tutorials
See why I love them!  Are you ready to see what fun Spring Tutorial they are going to share with you today?.....

Happy Spring!
We are twin sisters Kelli & Kristi from Lolly Jane and are so excited to be part of the Spring Fever fun on Creation Corner!
Today we're going to show you how to make our simple finial nest stand that is just perfect for this time of year.

It's easy to make and super inexpensive... but, the best part is that the robin eggs are CANDY!  Mmmm!  Okay let's get started!

{Supplies needed}
6x4 block of wood . cream acrylic paint . finial . candlestick . glue . mini wreath . robin egg candy

1. Paint your finial, candlestick & block of wood a pretty creamy color.
{Optional: Distress with sand paper.}
2. Center your wreath in the middle of the wood; glue down.

3.  Glue robin eggs into the center of the wreath, 

layering them to add dimension:
{Try not to eat them all! Hee hee!}

4. Center your finial on top of the wood; glue down.
5. Center the candlestick on the bottom of the wood; glue down.
6.  Display with your spring decor  :)

Hop over to our craft blog to more spring projects
or just stop by to say hello when you're looking for some inspiration to spruce up your space!

A BIG thanks to Tasha for letting us be her guest today :)
Enjoy the rest of Spring Fever!


Anonymous said...

So fun! I {heart} Lolly Jane :)

Keriann said...

very cute. I hadn't heard of her blog but I'm sure glad I know about it now!

Lolly Jane said...

i love kristen's continued support, thanks girl! (:

and THANKS to you for letting us guest, fun week at your hoppin blog!


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