Not nearly as naughty as I'd imagined. :p
Oh so beautiful doll. Love it. xo (Reminds me so much of Alberta...)
Well done!!! I love it.
I'm jealous! I love making pysyanky! And it didn't help that my Mom has 4 goose eggs to decorate this year.
You did a great job Erica! I actually saw some people still working on them while I was at The Workroom for Toronto Modern Quilt Guild on Sunday. Miss you, see you Thursday!
oh goodness, i used to make so many of these russian eggs in high school. i became quite good at it!
that is fantastic. what a fun workshop!
wow, it really is just as intricate as I imagined!! your finished egg looks fantastic.
you did a wonderful job!
Oohh. It's so pretty. I so wanted to join that class but...life got in the way :)
i stared at these photos over and over again trying to figure out how you did this and now i get it! sooo pretty!
hey erica!!!!urs look awesome! i love the pictures u took of your egg and the class!!!yes! the class got quiet at times, total concentration for sure! but there was still a lot of chatter. are you going to be making more??!??! aww yeah!happy easter miss :)
opps sorry about that last post, it's from me - rosalyn! :)
Kira, haha! Sorry to disappoint. Andrea (Kempt), Happy to remind you of home. :)fraisedesbois, thank you :)Meg, I hope you got a chance to see those goose eggs decorated! Kaye, thanks, it was fun! miss you, too. see you this Thursday!caroline, I bet you still are!Jennifer, Julie, Michelle, thank you!Jen, ugh! Life does happen sometimes. Hope it was fun!Kelly, I'm so glad to hear you figured it out! :)Rosalyn, I certainly hope to make more, but I will have to track down the proper dye. How about you? Your egg and pictures are so pretty!
Great informative site, Beautiful egg, pysanky is something that was handed down to me through my mother and I now teach it to my grandchildren. Thanks for sharing.
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