Monday, February 25, 2008

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Visit Luminiferous Ether. This is the beautiful egg she made:

PS: I've had trouble with spammers this week, so I put the annoying letter identification apparatus back in place. I hope you leave a comment anyway.

13 comments:

Lana Gramlich said...

A wonderful post! Thanks not only for sharing your experience, but for supplying photos, too. All are so beautiful! (Sorry about the spammers. *hug*)

mon@rch said...

I always love seeing your post and sorry about the spammers! Don't feel bad, I probably get 15-20 spams a day! Lucky wordpress has a great spam filter that helps keep them out.

Marlene D. von Long Island said...

Dahling, I love it. You just get better and better. You are so good with kids, I bet they loved this. The thing I'm noticing recently is your affection, er, fascination with patterns. BTW, Luminiferous has a great blog. YGG!

Crafty Green Poet said...

so beautiful, this is something I've really wanted to do and never got round to.

Suzy said...

So ... were you surreptitiously drawing the whole time when I thought you were working on your egg? I love the drawings, and the photos. It was a fun afternoon/evening.

nina said...

Did one break? After all that meticulous work, it's heart-breaking to think of it.

Such pretty colors in them.

Marianne said...

Beautiful! I am very very impressed!

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Rich eggy goodness.

Anonymous said...

Wow. What I fantastic blog you have - I really like your drawings and writings. This is the first time I've visted but I'll be back again.
David Mascellani

Selma said...

I can't decide which I like more - your drawings of the eggs or the actual eggs themselves. They are so pretty. The patterns are fabulous. If I had one I'd get a little box made for it so I could keep it forever!

Pam said...

Some of the women in my husband's family have done these eggs, also a friend. I think they are amazing and lovely and your drawings do them justice. It must've been the best fun!

T.R. said...

A veritable feast for the eyes! WOW!!! This post is delicious all around. You are truly worth waiting for!!

kate said...

This was cool - I love your drawings of the finished eggs with your friends along with them. The designs are beautiful.

I learned how to do this years ago from an elderly woman and then stopped doing it.

Sorry to hear about the spammers ... keep on posting, we'll keep commenting!