March 14, 2010

Nothing Says Easter Like J-E-L-L-O!

I just love my vintage Jello molds....so, I am always looking for a way to use
them...then it hit me...





It's little but pretty darn cute!





Easter Bunny-licious!


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51 comments:

  1. Hi Michelle,
    This is truly adorable, you are soo inspiring .. I would set these out all over the place !! Did I say clever too ?! LoVe when you share .. hope you were able to enjoy this California gorgeous day we were blessed with ~
    hugs ~tea~xo

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  2. So adorable and creative!

    - The Tablescaper

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  3. Oh, that is so cute. You sure are a very talented lady. I am so impressed with that darling basket.

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  4. Very cute! Thanks for sharing!~~Becky

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  5. Very creative and you do come up with the best ideas!!!!
    Hugs,
    Margaret B

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  6. That is stinkin adorable! I got some of those cups from you , i love them ,i use them to hold little things in my studio! Thank you again!

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  7. Soooo cute! I will never see Jello molds the same again!:-)

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  8. Hi M,
    You are so right! Too darn cute!!!
    hugs

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  9. Only you could think of this! Well done.

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  10. What a terrific idea! You always have the most beautiful ideas and execution! I hope you have a wonderful week and thanks for the visit!

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  11. Cute!!!!! You make the cutest stuff. I love it.

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  12. Michelle, I am wondering if this noncreative person could make 11 of these for bridge in a about 10 days...first priorty is the jello molds, they will have to be new.

    I am going to try. I could always give them later as spring baskets.

    Barbara

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  13. Or here in australia "Jelly" moulds. What a great idea, looks fabulous!
    alicia

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  14. That is darling! I would never have guessed that was a jello mold:)

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  15. whoa! what's cuter than that? look at you go!

    next challenge: a bundt pan (just teasing)

    xo
    elyse

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  16. ciao M!grazie per avermi segnalato il blog di Rita!!!qui fa freddo ma la giornata è bellissima ed oggi niente lavoro!!!!ma a casa a preparare un pò di cose....che poi pubblichero'sul mio blog!
    un abbraccio a presto!!!

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  17. you are just too clever by half

    I use my molds to make Victorian Crémes - but I may just have to repurpose a couple!

    charming idea.

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  18. You are just so creative, what a fabulous idea and so beautiful.
    Debby

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  19. What a fun idea! I have a few of those vintage moulds as well, I might have to make a few little Easter baskets with my granddaughter on the weekend.

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  20. Buongiorno Michelle, I have been collecting, without thinking of collecting the jello molds. I have a similar idea but I will drill some holes on the sides for the wire handle. What do you think? Ciao Rita mammabellarte

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  21. Love it, it's beautiful. I love to visit your beautiful blog. Have a wonderful week. Hugs, Terri

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  22. Too cute! And can you believe my hubby thought I should take them to Goodwill.......NOT!

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  23. Really?? Really?!? This is a great idea! I would have never thought of it. Usually I see molds and think of what I would burn trying to cook with them! These are so cute and there are always molds for sale at my local thrift store. I love it. Great idea!

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  24. Oh that is so cute. I just love the sheet music handle. That totally makes it.

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  25. That is just so adorable! I love the handle!

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  26. I just love it when I see something so original! This is lovely.

    And so is the tea cup you sent to me, how sweet of you! Thanks!

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  27. What a brilliant idea! I love it!

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  28. You are so crazy talented. I love it. So creative and clever!

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  29. That's adorable! Hmm, might have to hit an antique store this week. . .

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  30. OHHHHH, I have a bunch of those and never could figure out what to do with them! I'm inspired..going to dig out my jello treasures! thanks :)

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  31. Just adorable! Truly the most unique little Easter basket I have ever seen. I think I need to search my cupboards for things to turn into baskets...
    Best wishes,
    Tammy

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  32. bundt pan...LOL...that Elyse is a cracker jack...i love your little baskets Monique:)

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  33. That's adorable. Love the sheet music touch as well.

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  34. What a great idea for a jello mold! Very cute!

    Thank you for stopping by my blog! :)

    - Michele

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  35. I absolutely adore this little project and I am not afraid to say, I will be copying it! Thanks for linking up :)

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  36. You know, I had some that shape and size and I got rid of them and just kept the star ones...bummer - this is really cute...

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  37. This is one of the cutest things that I have seen all day!
    What a fantastic idea! I can't wait to look at the rest of your blog!
    If you have a minute-please stop by and say hello!!

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  38. Love this idea! I think I may try one myself!! maybe paint the mold pink, I am thinking!!
    Debbie

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  39. You're right, it's darling!

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  40. I love this!!! You are correct it is to cute!

    Thanks for joining Get Your Craft On Thursday at Life As Lori... Please join me next week for another great party!

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  41. I love your vintage molds on their own, but they are adorable the way you've dressed them up for Easter!

    Great job!

    Thanks for linking up to Make it Yours Day at Backyard Eden!

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  42. Just wanted to let you know I featured your project this week at My Backyard Eden!

    http://mybackyardeden.blogspot.com/2010/03/make-it-yours-highlights_22.html

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  43. I featured your project this week in my Readers Rock post. Hope you'll check it out. :)

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  44. P.R.E.C.I.O.U.S! These are absolutely adorable! Congrats on the spotlight at The Girl Creative!

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