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Peep Calm and Carry On!

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Supply list:

Everything, except the candy came from VSM!


  1. Apply subway art sticker to the 6 inch panel of the card stock.
  2. Apply adhesive with the ATG to the 1/2 inch panel of card stock
  3. Adhere to form an easel
  4. Add chick with hat using dimensional tape
  5. Add paper garland to the ice cream cup with staples, fluff
  6. Tie Twirly Twine bow in button and adhere with liquid adhesive to flower
  7. When dry adhere to ice cream cup
  8. Fill cup with vintage tinsel as “grass”
  9. Place chick in cup and add candy eggs.
  10. Display on your holiday table or like me on the mantle!

This project is super easy and would make a great addition to your holiday table.

Have a blessed Easter!


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Easter Goodies~

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Hi, Connie here with some Easter goodies with plenty of cuteness added!!  I started with this adorable vintage ice cream cup, some vintage ephemera and one pink flower.  That was enough to make this cutie~

Perfect Easter decoration! The egg is on a bed of Ivory Tissue Paper.  Then I made some cards out of some cool retro bunny paper by Reminisce and added some vintage lace and a button.  The cards are 4″ X 4″ a great size to use as table place cards.  I used the Tinted Tape on the greeting card.

Here they are all together, waiting for Easter and a party!!!  Be sure and stop by the Vintage Street Market store~ it is full of vintage goodies!!

Happy Easter !!!! by~C. Mercer

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Hop on Over Easter Treat Bag

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Hello!  Heidi, here today and I have a fun Easter gift bag to share with you.  Easter is only one week away and a lot of people give sweet treats during the holiday so I thought I would share a quick, easy and pretty gift bag that would be prefect for the occasion.

I started out with a pink gift bag and then I added the Hop on Over sticker to the front of the bag.  The sticker is from the Happy Easter Quote Sticker Sheet.  Then I added lavender double ruffle trim and white pom-pom trim along the top and bottom.

Next I added the pink and lavender paper roses.

For a finishing touch I fussy cut one of the tags from the Aqua Twirly Twine and then I tied a bow with the Aqua Twirly Twine.

Quick, easy and ready to fill with some sweet treats!

Happy Easter!!




Vintage Street Market:  Aqua Twirly Twine, Happy Easter Quote Sticker Sheet, White Pom-Poms

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Thoughtful pocket..

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Hello there!  How are you?  Cherry here to share a sweet thank-you pocket for someone special.  I used goodies from Dimestore Vogue for my main images and for my background papers I chose a piece from Little Boy Blue and some gorgeous old dictionary page  and crepe paper from the Ephemera kit.  Love how all the vintage images etc work so well with my antique jewelry and vintage laces.   They blend perfectly.  I also used a Melissa frances flashcard as my sentiment.  I love how this turned out…hope you do too!  Thanks for letting me share!  hugs, cherry… Read the rest

Easter Wishes

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Hey all!  Amy here and I am back as promised with an altered Easter project to share.  I started with a vintage ice cream cup and then began building.

I added tissue paper garland around the edges then layered tinsel garland with aqua Twirly Twine on top.  Next I used May Arts red twill stripes ribbon to make a bow and then added two paper flowers.    I added a vintage bingo marker for the center.


For the banner, I painted wooden skewers and attached handmade finials from beads.  I tied aqua Twirly Twine to the skewers and then added three red foil triangles from Party Games Paper Sheets and Tags.  Next, I punched holes in a fare ticket stub and added to the right skewer.  I then used a sticker sentiment backed on a Jillibean pattern paper.  I attached the skewers to the inside of the cup with tape.

I love the way it came out and especially like that it is not the traditional colors of Spring.  I challenged myself with that for a bit. Finally I filled my cup with a little Easter grass and a pale blue egg.  I think these cups are perfect for birthdays, other holidays, or even a special pick me up.  I hope this inspires you!

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