This goose egg has been partly decorated, and it waits for larger flowers (made with polymer clay, and whatever item you send me (cremains, flower petals from weddings, funerals, birthdays, graduations, or ashes, and even pet fur) to make it something more special than just a shelf-top item. Purchase it memory-beads.com, see it on pinterest.
Decorated “half eggs” : refrigerator magnets.
Custom decorated eggs made to your order.
Mickey or Minnie mouse decorated easter egg – polymer clay
This type of egg can not be sold as i dont have a copyright, but it can give you ideas for an egg that you might want me to make custom with your images, cartoons or ideas. This is for my sister who was at one time a Disneyland cast character.
Just a fun little things of almost no consequence unless it makes someone smile. This is made with a thinly rolled sheet of plymer clay over two eggs; one large and one very small. After curing, the eggs were chipped away from the polymer clay, the draping edges trimmed to be level when place on a flat surface, and then I just played games making flowers, two eye holes, and a smile and tongue. The round polymer clay beads that became the eyes I could have done a better job on, but this was just an experiment. They roll forward to show eyelids and back to show the pupils. there is a wire bent in a u shape that I attached to the inside of the object with polymer clay. It holds each bead (eye) in place. On the back of each bead (eye) i added a little mound of polymer clay that keeps the eye from rolling past the eyelid paint. The pupils are painted as well.
I have no clue what one would use this for. Perhaps a flat back could be added and it would be a refrigerator magnet, or perhaps weight could be placed inside and a bottom attached, and it could be a paper weight. Alternatively, it could be set inside a small frame (with more polymer clay perhaps, making a dimensional wall hanging or framed 3D sculpture.
The fun thing about this concept is that it has a way of “reminding” one of good times, and I can add flower petals or glitter from a prom night, or other objects that actually give it “meaning” in the keepsake sense. The yellow polymer clay here actually has funeral flower petals in it.
Chicken egg and cockatiel egg together were overlaid with polymer clay, and then i created flowers for this S’milestone. I came on that name after i mistyped the word milestone in a text and thought it was the cutest thing ever. I set out to make someone smile with this “stone – like” egg combo sculpture, that has absolutely NO value except to bring a smile to one’s face. However, to be fair, some of these colors of polymer clay have the flower petals from a funeral in them…. so the smile can be a reminder of life’s milestones that are hard to accept sometimes. Others like this available from my Memory-bead website
Polymer clay decorated goose eggs in a nest – this year in Cincinnati Ohio it is the emergence of the brood X cicadas. There are so many birds that are having a good season that I have found three empty robin’s nests (no eggs no birds were there). In many years I have only found one, but this year has been a booming year for new birds apparently because of the cicadas. I salvaged these, sterilized them at 350 degrees for an hour, trimmed off some of the extra stuff and coated them with resin. I think they will remain pretty stable if not exposed to water. (Robin’s nests are a mud base and lots of fluff and stuff for softness on the top).
I really enjoy decorating custom eggs. Just ask for one and I will create it for you.
Base was manufactured over a plastic egg (two halves) using paper mache then put back together with more paper. Then covered with a thin layer of translucent polymer clay (still in halves) and many of the flowers were put on in a two part egg. The total egg was put together, and cured, and then flowers and background finished.
All in all, i would make the basic halves but the first coat of polymer clay would be a single unit, since putting the halves together was a little problematic.