Vintage egg carton

Vintage Egg Carton Swap

Miss Rachel filled this trove with farmy goodness for me!

Miss Rachel filled this trove with farmy goodness for me!

I have had so much fun with this Easter Swap!  Finding sweet treasures, creating and of course receiving my packages!  And I’ve even made some new friends!  Swaps are a wonderful way to carve out time to be creative.  I hope you will consider participating in the next one.  Please be sure and check out these blogs from some of my new friends:

chippycottagecharmhouse , blessedanddistressed  thespeckledegg and  themarmeladegypsy

I hope you enjoy all of the fun photos below that were sent in.  I apologize that I was not able to use all of them as some files were too large.

 

 

My own mama got creative with vintage jewels, lace & ribbons

My own mama got creative with vintage jewels, lace & ribbons

 

I love the clothespin on these vintage greeting cards from Kelly

I love the clothespin on these vintage greeting cards from Kelly

 

I chose a theme for each of my recipients.  Miss Lindy loves horses so I was sure to include some buttons I purchased from Speckled Egg

I chose a theme for each of my recipients. Miss Lindy loves horses so I was sure to include some buttons I purchased from Speckled Egg

 

I love the photobooth miniature pics I found at a local antique store:  The Rusty Chandelier

I love the photobooth miniature pics I found at a local antique store: The Rusty Chandelier

 

Here I fringed some fun tissue paper to frame the carton

Here I fringed some fun tissue paper to frame the carton

 

You can't go wrong with glitter, tulle & lace

You can’t go wrong with glitter, tulle & lace

 

 

This lovely carton was created by Miss Michelle Donnelly

This lovely carton was created by Miss Michelle Donnelly

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This treasure was created by Kelly

This treasure was created by Kelly

 

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This beauty was made by Miss Sheila Rumney

This beauty was made by Miss Sheila Rumney

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