Mmmm~~~ What is my daughter drinking? No, she is not drinking Sake. ;P
She is pretending to drink a cup of coffee with the tea cups mommy made with plastic Easter eggs. =)
I used the rounder eggs to make mini Play-Doh cupcakes, and the pointy ones for the tea cups.
I used buttons to stabilize the bottom. I didn’t have the patience to wait for the craft glue to dry, so I ended up using hot glue.
For the tea cups handles, I used butterfly and heart punch outs, ribbons, and buttons. (Shown Stampin’ Up! Heart to Heart Extra-Large punch, Beautiful Wings Embosslits Die, and Butterfly Extra-Large punch)
Originally, I just wanted to add the handles and no decoration on the cups. But, I ended up liking the ones without the handles. If I had planned it better, I should’ve put the art works first before adding the buttons on the bottom. I got hooked on drawing on the cups using permanent markers, Stickles, Dimensional Pearls, stickers, and Rub-ons. My son even helped me with the drawing! Perfect project for kids crafting!
Put two plastic eggs together, and…
Made a bird bath.
So many possibilities! Save all the plastic Easter Eggs! =)
Two on the right are my favorites.
Oh my~! And what is this!!! =)