I am really enjoying this new style for decorating eggs. It is easy, and allows the use of many types of texture tools, and can be cured multiple times during the process to keep the textures stable as each is applied. It suits some crafters (like me) more than others, since I rarely have enough time or opportunity to finish a project in one sitting. Here are some new eggs.
This egg is for all to enjoy…. happy easter 2021
Lots of texture in this decorated egg, using all kinds of found objects, and clay that has flower petals kneaded into it. I can create a custom similar decorated easter egg for egg. All sizes shapes and styles. Here is a summary of some eggs, and there are some for sale here on the side bar. Just contact me at memory-beads.
Just made this bunny (one egg and one wooden bead for the basics), white and translucent polymer clay requiring several curings. Little orange bow, and a separate decorated easter egg.
One made custom for you similar (not exact obviously) with your flower petals or other keepsake item can be purchased at memory-beads.
Decorating eggs is a big thing for me, ever since i was old enough to hold a pen or paintbrush. 77 years later, the minute christmas is over i move on to eggs.
This particular decorated egg can be made custom with your flower petals, or pet fur, bird feathers, pine cones, glitter, confetti, paper announcements, just about whatever you can think of can be embedded in the flowers and dimensional patterns in a keepsake memorial egg like this. You just contact me with your wishes and I will try to invent the solution.
This egg is over 4 inches tall, close to 5, and is made on a core egg that is hollow.
Easter egg charm pendant made custom with your flower petals as a commemorative item. These are about 1 inch in height (maybe a little more) and can be converted to refrigerator magnets if you wish. Go to the products section here, or go to Memory-beads.com
Checkerboard polymer clay cane slices were applied to a chicken egg, then worked and moved and smoothed and a couple red (Kandinsky type dots) were added as a surprise.
This was an experiment (as are all my eggs) in joining texture with abstract background cane with a fairly obscure spiral representing a rose, green and turquoise clay for leaves and brown marbled clay for sticks and stems.
I saw some “dot” artwork, either painting or tiles (the tiles that are called penny rounds are totally fun) and I set to make something like that using polymer clay and an empty chicken egg shell.