Tuesday, March 12, 2013

whimsical easter eggs

A dozen eggs, acrylic paint, permanent pens and your IMAGINATION is all it takes to create colorful, creative and whimsical Easter Eggs!
I like to empty my eggs by poking a hole in the top and bottom with a needle and blowing the contents out.


21 comments:

Melanie said...

I love youre whimsical eggs.
Liefs, Melanie

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Adee said...

Easter eggs have never been sobexciting and fun!
Thanks for this! ❤❤

maria f. said...

Have loved your eggs over the years but these are each works of art in and of themselves. Ever thought of illustrating a children's book???

alexa said...

Another great idea! And on the book publishing front, have you ever thought of putting your projects into an e-book?

stefanie stark said...

Oh wht a wonderful surprise this morning. The eggs are phenomenal!

HollyM said...

When I think of the time devoted to each one of these, I'm amazed! They're lovely! I have some that I painted when my kids were little and they're years hold so they will keep.
What a treasure!

Janie Husband said...

omg......amazing

Krista said...

Those are adorable!! Cutest Easter eggs I've seen. Thanks for sharing =)

flowersandhome said...

These are gorgeous!!!!

Meghan Thimjon said...

Where oh where do you find your inspiration???
Hoping my sis and I make it to the retreat in September! I have a love of the sea!!!!

Emma said...

These are adorable! I love the whimsical designs.

MzAshleyQ said...

Do these last? I guess, if you don't accidentally crack em?

patty said...

They are so fabulous! (wondering if they are fragile...) Never tried blowing out the contents (!)

Clare said...

Gorgeous Inspiration. Thanks for sharing.

Carrie said...

Wow, those are awesome! When you paint the ones with black, do you add the black last and paint around everything? And do you paint the stars with white on top of the background or do you draw the stars and paint around them?

Lisa Michele said...

Love your eggs and your design style..
Great ideas for creating fun and special eggs this Easter..
My 7 year old will love this

studioGypsy said...

Funfungun!!! So... do you seal them to make them last? Or just use them for the season then crush them up? :) xo

Joan of LLD and ART is A Rhapsody Treasure said...

Fantastic! Love them all!! Bet Lucy does too.
Have a Great Week.

Cropped Stories said...

These are seriously awesome! They are my favorite design yet! Hope you don't mind if I pin?!

Kimara said...

Last year I took one of your water color classes and it gave me the encouragement I needed to start playing, and I've so been enjoying myself. Not only are you a gifted artist, you are also a gifted teacher. I am truly grateful!

Now... what wonderful eggs! They are beautiful. In my world, wooden eggs are often painted as "storybook" eggs. Several eggs from a fairytale are painted to depict that story. Then, parents or children can hold each egg in turn and retell a story, much the same as a book. Your whimsical style of painting would be perfect for storybook eggs.

Again, thank you so much. You've brought much joy into my life :)

I will be sharing this link on WeeFolkArt.com's Facebook page.

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