Friday, March 25, 2011

More Egg Art

Yesterday I didn't feel like making a card, but did not know what to do. I decided to pull out some egg kits I bought at the egg shows I have gone to the past 2 Septembers.

This first one I purchased 2 years ago. I did not know how to do it and it did not come with directions. I guess they figured that if you came to the egg show you would already know. After all this time, I finally figured it out.

It is made with a real goose egg, a small one though so it looks like a large chicken egg. It is covered with 3 layers of fine glitter then the medallion is adhered with some E6000 as well as the top and bottom things with the loop (I forget the name of them so "things with the loop" will have to do, lol)

A little charm adds a bit of decoration to the back to which I added a Swarvoski gem.

I bought this kit last year. I am so glad that the eggs are already cut in the kits. There was a small hole cut in the front of these 2 so that the medallion would lay flat. This egg is made basically the same way but with a turkey egg. I left the egg naked except for a few layers of gloss mod podge to make it more durable.

Look at the lovely specks on this shell. Turkey eggs are so pretty. The back has the same charm as the first egg.

Finally I made this one out of a larger goose egg I just HAD to buy. It came with the sparkly finish already on the egg. I was not sure what I was going to do with it but figured I would think of something. I ended up deciding to add a silk print which I adhered with the glossy Mod Podge, ran the twine around it, added some tiny roses I just got in the mail and some glitter with Swarvoski gems.

They really were so easy, only taking about an hour each.

If you would like to start dabbling in egg art, these are the perfect kits to start with (as long as they come with directions, lol).

I hope you like them, even though they are not a paper craft. They are a nice craft to do when you want to do something a bit different. The hardest part is working with real eggs. I suppose you could use foam eggs, as some people do, but...they don't have the wonderful natural shape as real eggs. Real eggs are not perfectly symmetrical, giving each egg a unique look.

Thanks for stopping by. I would love for you to leave a comment and tell me what you think.



Ceci's Blog said...

I LOVE IT!!! Oh my gosh what a beautiful work!! Great job Sandy!!

Anonymous said...

Oh wow!! Your egg art is just gorgeous hun!! LOVE the birds image and the pretty blue tones!! Just lovely hun!! TFS and have a great weekend!!HUGS

Inny said...

Wow, Sandy, what a very,very beatiful eggs you made!(not the eggs of course, but the decorations).

Hugs, Henny

TyTynNiyasmom said...

These are soo pretty. Thanks for visiting my blog. I am following you as well :)

Linda said...

Wow you have some nice stuff on this blog!!!!
Momo sent me
I am now a new follower
If you would like to visit me

Carlene said...

goodness these are stunning!

Momo sent me too and I am following :-)

Elizabeth said...

Wow am I glad momo sent me! Your eggs are just beautiful! Nice to see something different than cards and scrapbook pages on a blog:)

lisa808 said...

I am so amazed by these works of art!

Bobbi said...

wow your eggs are beautiful! Thanks for dropping by my blog. I am now following you as well..
Can't wait to see more of your creativity

coldwaters2 said...

Wowwwwww Sandy these are truly works of art they look stunning I bet they look so beautifully displayed, absolutely brilliant work.
Lorraine x

Michele said...

Momo sent me! But you found me first! :-) These eggs and your cards down below are just STUNNING!! So delicate and intricate! I'm rather impressed!! And thanks for your nice comments on my layouts. Scrapbooking is fun... but it is a "Thought Process"... that is for sure! I am a new follower.

Alannah said...

holy moly sandy! these are beautiful! and I do think it is great what momo is doing for us!! you are my number 40! YAY!!!! I am your new follower!!!

Anonymous said...

That is nice. Very cool. Thanks for visiting my blog.


char_char said...

Thank you for the follow! I am doing the same :)

Beautiful work!

myska said...

Momo sent me! Thanks for visiting and following my blog!
These eggs are simply lovely! What a wonderful art form! I tried to follow your blog, but signing in to google friend connect just throws me back to the sign in screen.

Fran, said...

oh my word... what beautiful eggs. My husband give me an (work of art) egg one year for my birthday.. I love it.
Momo send me and I see you are my new follower, thanks for stopping by. I don't want to miss your creativity.

Anniebee said...

Wow! These are lovely, Sandy! I wish I had known about this egg art stuff years ago when I had my small flocks of geese and ducks. I had an ample supply of eggs then. Thanks so much for visiting my blog and becoming a follower. I'm here to reciprocate. I have had a quick look around but I'll be back soon to see more of your work. I love your Sugar Nellie card down the page. Really nice coloring job on that one.


Alison Jane Hann said...

Your work is gorgeous! I've added myself as a follower, and I see that you are following me, so thanks! Cheers! Ali

cricutmomof2 said...

Wow gorgeous eggs, I am going to follow you, thanks to Momo I found you

Mary Jaminski said...

Sandy those eggs are beautiful! Very nice work! Thank you for stopping by and following my blog and now I am following yours. Isn't Momo great?! Happy Day!

Cuttin' and Stampin' Cards said...

WOW!! Your eggs are so beautiful. I'm a new follower sent by Momo and thanks for becoming a follower of mine. Thanks for the wonderful insperation.

Stephie C said...

New follower from Momo! These eggs are amazing! Thanks for following me as well!

Heather said...

These eggs are great. Great job. So beautiful.

Thanks for following me too.


scrapn_momof2 said...

Stunning!!! I think these are just gorgeous!! I am a new follower sent by Momo. :)

mom2fivekiddos said...

WOW! These are awesome! I am a new follower, sent by Momo. Would love it if you stopped by my blog at

LMD Stampin said...

OMG, Sandy, these are beautiful!!!

~Lisa D