Very large decorated egg, about 10 inches tall, marbelized background and dimensional flowers.

This egg was an experiment to see whether i could use a commercial plastic egg form underneath polymer clay and have it hold its shape during curing.  It worked out pretty well.  The coloration in this egg (as an experiment) was really fun and while mixing pretty much all my polymer clay scraps it turned into this really nead marble type of design and I couldn’t really in good conscience continue blending the colors. So this is the result of that trial.  I added dimensional flowers just because it was so big, and the marble background just didn’t hold my interest.   This experiment is yours for $50.00  LOL.

Big bright orange flower decorated chicken egg

Big bright orange flower decorated egg was fun and easy to do. First I coated an empty chicken egg with a thin layer of pearl white polymer clay and cured it. Then I formed the orange flowers with a fondant cutter, cut the center of that large orange flower out, then filled it with a light green polymer clay cut with a small flower fondant cutter.  Then I placed tiny round balls of clay in the “between” places and indented (and helped secure) the tiny decorations to the other clay.

After the final cure, I painted the spaces (the white pearl clay between the flowers) with aquathane in which I had mixed a little bit of AB glitter.

I posted this on Pinterest here, and for sale on Memory-Beads. I can create a custom egg for you, just ask: any color any size egg (even one foot tall).