Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Easter Bonnet

Howdy!  These are not Easter Bonnets, but they are for Easter and very feminine indeed.  However, I guess you could hang them off of some elaborate Easter Bonnets.  LOL!  I made them for my daughters, who are both attending Texas A&M University, College Station.  The school's colors are maroon and white, so that's why I chose these colors.  It was originally an agricultural college, hence the name Aggies.  I used some scrolled egg shape bare-wood forms, as well as star shapes.  Then, I painted all the forms with acrylic paints and glued the elements together.  As a finishing touch, I knotted an organza ribbon on each tag, trimmed with a Tim Holtz fragment-charm decorated with the university's logo and a bauble.  Have a blessed resurrection Sunday Celebration, everyone!

© Arnoldo L. Romero 2015

7 comments:

  1. These are wonderful and would look great as an adornment on a hat.

    Enjoy your Easter Time

    Love Chrissie xx

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  2. Very interesting interpretation of Easter Bonnets! Have a wonderful Easter with the family, Valerie

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  3. What fabulous wee gifts for your dear daughters. I bet they have treasure boxes to keep all the beautiful things you've made for them in.
    Have a joyous and peaceful Easter {{Hugs}}

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  4. Awesome!!! Love these eggs!!

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  5. this is totally fun! xo

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  6. Very professional looking pieces . Great stuff x

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  7. Great Easter eggs Arnoldo! Super awesome!

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