Easter Eggstravaganza: DIY Origami Paper Easter Eggs

Originally posted on Crafts 'n Coffee:

What can you make with gorgeous origami papers besides origami? How about these pretty Origami Paper Easter Eggs? Origami papers are stunning on their own, with lush patterns and rich colors. They make it really easy to make something beautiful, like these Origami Easter Eggs. I love kicking off this year’s Easter Eggstravaganzawith these DIY Origami Paper Easter Eggs.

Make these eggs with origami papers. So pretty! CraftsnCoffee.com Origami Easter Eggs by Kathleen George.

To make Origami Paper Eggs, you will need:

  • STYROFOAM™ Brand Foam: Four, 4” eggs; block or scrap piece
  • Origami papers (use all one pattern, or mix them up for a patchwork effect)
  • Mod Podge, matte finish
  • Paper paste (Kathleen likes Yes! Paste)
  • Ribbon, ¼” wide
  • Tools needed: Scissors; sharp pencil; wooden skewer or chopstick; 1” putty knife; stiff bristle paintbrush; soft, flat bristle paintbrush

Origami papers are beautiful, and so are these eggs. CraftsnCoffee.com. You’ll cut six paper sections to cover your egg. Mix and match your papers…

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Friendly Gardens

Originally posted on Baby Silk Rabbit:

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We can get ready to plant our seeds for our spring gardens…time to pick out what plants with the greatest colors we want to see this year….the family in this book (Families Plant Bee-Friendly Gardens) have choosen to plant plants that Bees enjoy…we need to help our Bees survise…you have lots to select from……let’s get started….

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Aratilis: The Flower.

Originally posted on the unbearable lightness of being me.:

Here in the Philippines, my generation grew up enjoying the fruits of Muntingia calabura – locally known as Aratilis. Me, my siblings and our playmates would flock, almost everyday, our neighbor’s tree and picked those sweet fruits that seldom reached their red ripeness – the juice are so delicious even if the fruit still in greenish color.

All those times it was all about the fruit… I never noticed the flower that came before it. Fortunately, a tree had voluntarily grown in our backyard and somehow brought back those childhood memories. I can’t remember the last time I tasted the fruit and I don’t fancy eating them again. No, not this time when I am drawn to it’s tiny, lovely flower.


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