Thursday, March 28, 2019

Easter Eggs Guest Blogger Artist Kat Baker







Three years ago I met my friend and Coastal Bohemian Art Teacher, Kat Baker. 

We hit it off immediately , maybe because we have so much in common. Even better than that she has a cool ass vibe and she is an art goddess. Perfect fit for a Coastal Bohemian. I love when we have art planning sessions for classes or when we get to create together just because we want to spend time together. I owe much of my personal expansion to her for introducing me to new and exciting things in the art world. We are all a little bit better at Coastal Bohemian because of Kat's good natured way and her gentle loving heart. Just ask her  ATC class who look forward to their monthly gatherings at the Coastal Bohemian Studio.



I have been nagging Kat to put out a little something on a guest blog post and she finally did it. So let's celebrate Kat Baker.

Here's a blog post from Kat this month. 

EASTER EGGS



From Dollar Store plastic eggs like this...

to sparkly vintage looking eggs like this.





Supplies     
Plastic Eggs
Mod Podge
Paint Brush
Water and paper towels
Papers (I used sheet music, dictionary paper and craft paper)
Glitter (I prefer glass glitter)




Directions
Cut papers into thin strips and small pieces. 




Coat plastic egg with Mod Podge. 
Apply papers to egg until its completely covered.
Let dry.  (I set them on the water bottles until dry.)




Add another coat of Mod Podge to the egg.  
Sprinkle egg with glitter.
Set eggs on the water bottles until dry.
Extra idea:  Wrap egg several times with jute cord and tie a bow.

Create a pretty display. 

Thank you Kat,  for a little holiday fun. I'll be making some of these pretties shortly.



Don't forget to leave a little love for Kat in the comments below. 




With love and gratitude,




Michele













Find me partying here all week at these link parties with some great bloggers.

If you are in Myrtle Beach come on down and visit us at the Coastal Bohemian Studio or check us out on Facebook, Pinterest , Instagram, or  G+ .

6 comments:

  1. Super cute! I've got to try these!!

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    1. Hey Donna thanks for stopping by to share the love.

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  3. I saw your party at my friend's Debbie-Dabble Blog and it caught my eyer with lots of inspiring things. I'm sharing my Easter tablescape, hope you like it and it's good here.
    Have a great weekend.
    Fabby

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    1. Awesome Fabby. Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment. I'm going to click on over to your site now and follow your sm.

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