Wednesday, 31 March 2010

What's on my desk today?

it's Wednesday and on my desk today there are... brains? ... a road kill?

Nope, two Easter eggs to be. I took two transparent plastic eggs, covered them with cotton compresses that I crinkeled, starched it with sugar solution to make it hard and painted with grey acrylic paint. As soon as they are dry I will decorate them.

22 comments:

  1. Wow! Not only great idea, but making so much more of an Easter treat -good on you Mummylade!

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  2. Oh wow looks fun cant wait to see finished result, thanks for sharing.
    Christine x

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  3. Oh now this looks very intersting, can't wait to see the finished results! Love Hazelxo

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  4. Wow, these look interesting, can't wait to see the finished eggs.

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  5. Wow that looks impressive. Hope you do a show and tell when they are finished.
    A x

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  6. oh my wow!!! I can not wait to see these finished!

    {{hugs}}mandyxx

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  7. OOOOOh interesting ... Show us the finished eggs ... like now ... I am just gonna sit here and wait :0)

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  8. I can't wait to see them finished.
    Clare x

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  9. Ohy my ... I'm so impressed :) ... can't wait to see them finished

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  10. At first glaance I thought they were brains...eeek, but now I see they are going to be fabby altered eggs..can't wait to see what they turn out like x

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  11. Ooooo this looks interesting...can't wait to see the finished result!

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  12. oooooooooooh...., how cool!!!!

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  13. Wow ...cant wait to see the end result ...was this a flash of inspiration or is there a tutorial some where. If not .... maybe you could do one ....please.xx

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  14. So amazing! How creative are you!!

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  15. I love all your crafty ideas - especially the eggs. I remember making similar with infants and we used modroc which works like the stuff they make plaster casts for broken legs with. It worked well if a bit messy!

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  16. Oh how interesting, and how clever. Shall look forward to seeing the end products!! Juliex

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  17. Wow how creative. Can't wait to see them finished.

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    Penni
    X

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  18. wow - thats a bit clever - would love to see the finished thing.

    Paula x x x

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  19. Hmmmm very interesting project...cant wait to see the end result....
    Cardarian

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  20. What a great idea, would love to see them finished.

    Brenda

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  21. I can't wait to see these finished.

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Thank you so much for your comments, they are so appreciated!

Hugs Helene