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Topic: Pysanky Eggs mean Spring is here!  (Read 1480 times)
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« Reply #10 on: October 21, 2013 12:44:33 AM »

Just discovered these, myself. They are quite wonderful. I have always wanted to try this craft, and have researched it quite a bit. Just never jumped in. Looks like you took a good ole' plunge, and did a great job at it!

~T

Queen of afterthought Grin Have you thought about hanging them on a Christmas tree??? Those would look lovely there. Perhaps enlarging the bottom hole, and threading a (knotted) ribbon through the top one? Just an idea. They are beautiful. I love them.

Another project I love, but have yet to try uses ostrich eggs. They are harder and need a dremmel tool to cut and shape, but there are many things that artists do with those, as well. Just ideas.
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Wanting 6" x 6" I spy panels. For a quilt like this:
http://www.grammasbabystuff.com/I_Spy_-_Hill_3_Finished_Smaller.jpg
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