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Sunday, March 25, 2012

Basket Buddy Easter Egg Holders

I posted the Bunny Egg Holder Tutorial last year HERE, this is a quick, fun project that always makes folks smile. I thought a buddy would be just ducky... oh yea, I do crack myself up:@) 

Same idea, I just free handed some webbed feet and a bill, then added a couple feathers. 
This is a fun project to do with the kids...
or just add these cuties to their basket, you can fill the eggs with whatever goodies you'd like.

Last year Kathleen suggested using them as napkin rings... the kiddie table maybe?
Here's a pic so I can join Let's Dish this week!
Have a happy day:@)

Joining:
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34 comments:

  1. So fun as napkin rings. I never take time for napkin rings-I am beyond casual....

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  2. So, so cute! I just love Easter time.

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  3. What a fun Easter project for kids. I'm pinning this on my "Kids Crafts" board. Thanks, Lynn.

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  4. What a great project to do with the kiddos!

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  5. Love this project to do with my grandkids!! Fun!!

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  6. Hey Lynn, congrats, check out my post today! xo

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  7. Hi Lynn,

    I LOVE these egg holders!! I am going to have to try some of your neat tutorials. :) I think the idea of adding a duck buddy is perfect. I also looked at your previous post with the daffodils. Gorgeous! A pot full of sunshine.
    My MIL has several different varieties in her yard, too.

    Thanks for leaving a comment on my Redbud post. I had fun taking those pics. Happy Seasonal Sunday!

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  8. These are really cute and will add a really fun note to my Easter table. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  9. I love this napkin rings, around here is difficult to find bunnies, so this is a good idea. Thank you for sharing and thanks for the kind comment. Enjoy your Sunday.
    FABBY

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  10. So funny!!!!

    thanks

    Val Rodrigues
    www.crieartezzanato.blogspot.com

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  11. These are adorable ... and so are you! I'm going to make some fun napkin rings! Thanks
    Oh, have you figured out yet how to do pigs? :)

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  12. I passed this to my daughter - a teacher and a good friend. Cute. sandie

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  13. Thank you for stopping by my lil'blog and leaving a sweet comment!

    Greetings from Australia♥

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  14. This is such a delightful project for Easter! So adorable!
    Yvonne

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  15. Those are adorable! So cute, I love those little cuties.

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  16. I had to see the tutorial~ I missed it last year! You're so clever (& witty too :) Love the duck!

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  17. Hi Lynn, You quack me up too! :) Happy Sunday! Linda

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  18. See! They loved them as napkin rings! Yes, the kiddie table or Easter Brunch for grown ups too! They would be adorable, Lynn!
    See you Wed at 7 for Let 's Dish! :)

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  19. So Adorable! NOW can't you make a little piggy too? LOVE that ducky...
    Have a great week,
    Hugs to you,
    Donna

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  20. Hi Lynn,
    yes, that was my first thought also. Where is the piggy? Isn't Earl jealous about them. The napkin rings are so cute.
    Best greetings, Johanna

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  21. These are so cute. I love the napkin ring idea.

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  22. Darling, DArling, DARLING!!!!!

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  23. Cute napkin rings...
    and, yep, ya gotta work on a piggy one, too. :)

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  24. Oh, wow...Vernice over at We Three Dogs and Me would LOVE these!!!!!! She is such a talented crafter, and this is right up her alley! Really cool!!!

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  25. Okay this is darling. Just ducky! Great as napkin rings too. xo marlis

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  26. Oh my gosh, those little egg holder make the cutest little napkin rings, Lynn!

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  27. You are too clever! What cute little guys -- it would be a fun project for kids, you are right.

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  28. Oh how cute! Why should the kids have all the fun! I would love those as napkin rings too!

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  29. Adorable! You are so clever, Lynn.

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  30. Thanks for linking this to Let's Dish, L.!
    Yeah, the sun is out, enjoy!

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  31. How cute! My kiddos would love to find those in their baskets. Thanks for sharing with us at Link It Up Thursday.

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