An Easter Vignette with Martha Stewart Crafts

An Easter Vignette made with Martha Stewart Crafts #12monthsofmartha #easter

Hi friends! It’s that time – time to start breaking out Easter decor and crafts, and today I’m sharing a fun and easy Easter Vignette that I made with Martha Stewart Crafts! Now last month, when I shared our Valentines Mantel, I mentioned that I’m part of a 12 Months of Martha program where each month I get to show you fun ways to use Martha Stewart Crafts! It’s really been so much fun – the products are a dream to use! If you follow me on Instagram or Vine – you might remember my 12 Months of Martha box this month.

So let’s get to what products I used this month and what I made!

Paper Doily Bunting with Martha Stewart Crafts #12monthsofmartha

First up is some simple, but adorable Paper Doily Bunting! I love all the doily bunting I’ve been seeing lately, so I thought, why not create it with Martha Stewart’s amazing line of paper? The colors are so fun and vibrant, I knew it would take doily bunting to a new level.

What you’ll need:

And the steps:

  • Simply cut out 6″ paper circles with the Martha Stewart Circle Edge Paper Punch
  • Fold the circle in half
  • Run a line of yarn inside the half-circle and glue the sides together
  • Repeat until you have the length of bunting desired

Paper Doily Bunting Tutorial at { anightowlblog.com }

Embellished Paper Lanterns with Martha Stewart Crafts #12monthsofmartha

Next up we have Embellished Paper Lanterns. Now when I showed you the box of goodies on Instagram and Facebook, some of you said you’d love to see lanterns made out of the craft supplies. Now while I didn’t make the entire lantern, I did decide to embellish a couple of cute little ones I had grabbed from the dollar store!

What you’ll need:

And the steps:

  • Simply cut out 6″ paper circles with the Martha Stewart Circle Edge Paper Punch
  • Trace the hole at the top of the lantern onto the circle and cut out the center
  • Cut in between the scallops of the circle, about 3/4 of the way in, all the way around
  • Run a line of yarn inside the half-circle and glue the sides together
  • Glue the embellishement to both the top and bottom of the lantern
  • Hang with yarn

Embellished Lantern Tutorial at { anightowlblog.com }

Bunny Embroidery Art with Martha Stewart Crafts #12monthsofmartha #easter

Last up is this easy and adorable Bunny Embroidery Art! Now I have to admit, I’m no seamstress, but I love embroidery hoops! So this is a fun no-sew way to put them to use!

What you’ll need:

And the steps:

  • Place fabric into the embroidery hoop as the foundation, tighten and cut fabric around the edge in the back
  • Cut out 10″, 8″ and 6″ paper circles with the Martha Stewart Circle Edge Paper Punch
  • Cut out a bunny or any shape you’d like at the center
  • Starting with the largest circle, glue each layer on until you end with the bunny!

Bunny Silhouette Emroidery Tutorial at { anightowlblog.com }

And I loved the final result of each piece put together…

An Easter Vignette made with Martha Stewart Crafts #12monthsofmartha #easter

What do you think? Are you SOLD on the Martha Stewart Crafts Circle Edge Paper Punch? Oh you should be! It really is a breeze to use and there are so many ways to put it to use! So get to Michaels Arts and Crafts, Jo-Anns Fabrics & Crafts or check out Amazon today to order your very own!

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Comments

  1. April @ illistyle says

    I am loving the embellished lanterns! I wanted to do a photo background of fun colored doilies for Easter… I may have to invest in this awesomeness to make my dream come true. Thanks for the inspiration Kimberly!

  2. Crystal says

    I’m in love with the embellished lanterns!! I have some lanterns that I have saved and my daughters 16th birthday is coming up. This is going to be a great way to add her Paris theme to them. Thanks so much for ideas!! Love the whole thing!!

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