Folded Easter Egg Frame

Hi friends, Aly here. Are you looking for a quick and clever Easter decor project with a little bit of pop? How about making some folded Easter eggs. I used mine for this simple Easter frame, but you could add folded Easter eggs to cards, scrapbook layouts, banners, trees, and more.

Folded Easter Egg Frame by Aly Dosdall

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The soft pastel colors of the Love Notes collection were exactly what I wanted for this project. I cut nine 2 1/2″ x 3 1/4″ egg shapes with my electronic die cutting machine, and then used my Trim and Score Board to score them each down the center.

die cut eggs

scoring eggs

I folded the egg shapes in half and then adhered them together with double sided tape. I left the last two open so I could mount them on my background. For my background I cut a 4″ x 6″ piece of white cardstock, and embossed it using my Evolution Advanced and the Triangle Embossing Folder to give the project a little more texture.

emboss background

To create my title I die cut a dimensional banner shape and added some mini alpha stickers. I tried to keep it simple to allow the folded egg to be the focal point of the project.

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Once I had assembled all the pieces of my project, I inserted the background into the top of the frame and then added the folded egg and title using foam squares for extra dimension. A few scattered sequins finished off my project nicely.

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Folded shapes are a hot trend right now. What do you think–are you a fan? If you try creating a project with folded eggs, be sure to share it with us on our Facebook page!


Love Notes 12×12 Paper Pad
Trim and Score Board
Evolution Advanced
Triangle Embossing Folders
Banner It Kit
This To That Tape Runner
This To That Adhesive Foam Tabs

I Spy We R!

We love to see the amazing projects created by our fabulous blog readers, fans, and customers. It’s awesome what your creative minds come up with! We’re pleased today to share some beautiful scrapbook layouts featuring, well…you!

Photogs by StampinRooster

We love this grid-style layout we found by user StampinRooster using our Indian Summer collection. All those gorgeous layers add so much depth to her inspirational page. Be sure to check out more of her lovely projects in her gallery.



Good Heart by Renee Zwirek

Renee wowed us with the gorgeous flowers she created using the Flower Punch Board. All the white and gold layers are such a stunning design element! To see more of Renee’s work, visit her gallery here.

GoodHeartLayout1_Renee Zwirek


Flowers I Love You by Lee-Anne Thornton

Lee-Anne’s graduated heart rings totally caught our eye. The black background really makes the papers from our Love Notes collection pop. What a fabulous design Lee-Anne! (Check out Lee-Anne’s online gallery here.)

I Love You _Lee-Anne Thornton


Suprise Me! by ScatteredConfetti user ScatteredConfetti created this simply stunning page using our Love Notes collection. We find the little details–paint splatters, stitching, small paper tears, and her perfect placement of embellishments–absolutely charming. Be sure to visit ScatteredConfetti’s gallery.

Surprise Me_Scattered Confetti


Our final page is another one made with our Love Notes collection. Did you notice that the last three layouts were all made using that collection, but none of them is Valentine’s Day themed? We pride ourselves in creating themed collections with plenty of generic patterns. Versatility is awesome.


Beautiful Flower by Wendy Antenucci

What’s not to love about Wendy’s page? Everything about this is just awesome–from the stitched triangles, to the beautiful layers, to the gorgeous photos, and the fun title work. Yep. We love it. See more of Wendy’s fab designs here.

BeautifulFlower4_Wendy Antenucci


I don’t know about you, but after seeing this I’m ready to get creative. Thank you ladies for sharing your inspiring pages with us!