Easter eggs 2

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Each year I make a couple of polymer clay eggs. They are made with regular eggs and then covered with polymer clay. These ones are build on quails eggs. This year I have given them to an easter egg exibition.... we´ll see if the jury likes them...;-)

renmeleon, cyberchaos, ellelixir, and 14 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Spanish Rose 98 months ago | reply

    This must be nice to do. I'm your fan!

  2. Anke Humpert - Anart Island 98 months ago | reply

    LOL...thank you Spanish Rose..;-)

  3. renmeleon 98 months ago | reply

    They are all so very beautiful but I think the white one is my most favorite. Lovely work, as always. :)

  4. creationsbyjdb 98 months ago | reply

    Well, I like them! Is the swirly one made with glow-in-the-dark polymer? Do you sand them after they are baked? Inquiring mind want to know.

  5. Anke Humpert - Anart Island 98 months ago | reply

    Thank you renmeleon and m8knf8ces( what a name!)!!!
    the white one is made with translucent and white fimo. Well these ones are not sanded, because i ran out of time ( I wanted to hand them in for a little exhibition), and to tell you the truth: I am not a big sander...I think it is an aweful lot of work...but I sometimes I do it.

  6. wishingonclovers [deleted] 98 months ago | reply

    Wow, these are very nice! You have great talent!

  7. Poppins Mosaics and Crafts 83 months ago | reply

    l was interested in these eggs as l have an old ostrich egg and am debating to cover it in clay, perhaps l will now. Your eggs are gorgeous

  8. P I S A N K I 72 months ago | reply

    Oi! Sou administrador de um grupo chamado Arte em Ovos no Mundo - Eggs Art in the World e nós adoraríamos ter isto adicionado ao grupo!

  9. bayareabites 61 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Bay Area Bites and Beyond, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  10. KJ1930 39 months ago | reply

    I really like this...I'm looking for ideas to decorate my kids eggs this easter, and I don't know what materials to use to be safe..we eat the eggs after the egg hunt..could you give me any ideas..

  11. Anke Humpert - Anart Island 39 months ago | reply

    Sorry KJ1930, but these eggs are quite complicated to make and they are hollow. I only used the shell, so they would not be good for what you have in mind, plus, who would want to crack an egg like this?

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