Thursday, April 14, 2011

eggcellent idea

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I thought this Paint Chip Garland featured on Terra Savvy was such a good idea for Easter! Best of all, it's free. See the how-to here.

35 comments:

Brigid *FrenchLogic said...

that is fabulous! What a great idea for decorating on a budget. even i could be that crafty!

dulci said...

@ Brigid - That's what I thought! Seems easy, right?

Riviera Brides said...

Gorgeous. I love it + I love your blog. I'm a new follower, hope you're gonna follow back. All the best, talk soon
www.rivierabrides.com

JoL said...

so cute! and so cheap!

I think this might be something I could even pull off......and who knows - all those paint colors around might even inspire me to paint the bedroom (that I have been planning on doing for 2 years)

http://mylifeasanamazon.blogspot.com/

dulci said...

Welcome Rivieria Brides!!

Nicole* said...

this is the cutest thing! are you going to make one? i think i might!

thanks for stopping by http://sngriffi.blogspot.com :)

LCR said...

this is genius! so easy and colourful:) ohh i just love spring colours.
And i'm now your newest follower.
xo
L

Maggy said...

oh it's so genius!! pretty much anything made into a garland is fun. thanks for sharing!

Nicole LeLacheur said...

I love this project! I also blogged about :)

AMELIA said...

This is such a cute idea! Thanks for visiting, keep in touch.

www.clotheshorsenyc.com

stephanie j said...

what a wonderfully cute idea!! love it!

Nicky said...

Those are SOOO cute!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

That's awesome that you donated to locks of love. That's why I'm growing mine out right now (I last donated to them in '04), but am enjoying my "mermaid" hair. Think I'll keep it through summer and maybe get ready to donate in winter. It grows so fast (and I have a lions mane of hair- haha) figure I might as well give it to someone who's in need! :D Happy Thursday!

dulci said...

Great idea Nicky - it's a really great cause and a wonderful way to give back!! My hair grows really fast too - I'm almost due for another big chop!

Sarah Swell Jewelry said...

What a great idea! I love collecting paint samples and this post is giving me other non-Easter ideas as to how to use them!

dulci said...

I have a big collection myself Sarah!

Pistachio said...

That is such a cute idea!!! I love it!

Jesse said...

so cute and so much less messy than the real thing:D

FASHION ICE said...

omg i love this! so creative and cute!!

Oh, My Darling said...

Clever and resourceful! Love it.

annie said...

adorable...must go to Home Depot!

Colores said...

Colourful idea!!!

WhitBenj said...

I LOVE THIS. So cute.

http://www.quillandcouture.com

Kirstin said...

thanks for your comment the other day! i am totally in love with wyoming, its just enchanting.

Linda [the young curator] said...

colorful? check
easy? check
free? double check ;]

love it. definitely using this idea for easter!

Chelsea Lane said...

this is the mosttt adorable thing ever! SO FREE. I love that part. :)

xoxo

{lovely little things} said...

Ingenious!

dreamday said...

this is THE cutest!!!

Fenny Setiawan said...

First thanks for visiting my blog, second I love this post, I think its a brilliant DIY project idea that sometime we never think ordinary things at our surrounding can transform to be sweet things.
I will be back again :)

Monique said...

That is such a pretty decoration!

Monique xx

misszuman.blogspot.com

Michelle said...

What a perfect idea!! I have so many of those stupid swatches laying around my house!!

-Michelle

www.twentynineblog.com

dulci said...

Thanks for stopping by Fenny!

I'm with you Michelle - I have so many stuffed into drawers.

sarah nicole said...

This is SO cute! I know what I'll be doing tomorrow.

xo,

Sarah

dulci said...

Awesome Sarah!!

TerraSavvy said...

Thanks SO much for the link! Your site is fabulous!! Love it!

xo
Jill V. / TerraSavvy

A Rancher's Wife said...

what a wonderful and fun idea!