Hearts and Lace is a highly detailed egg I created for the Emerging Artist’s Show in Omaha. It’s a filigree style egg with small wiggly designs covering the entire surface, except some areas where there are heart cutouts. It was a fun egg to do, and I’m so pleased that it turned out exactly like [...]
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This egg is called “Basketweave” due to its pattern. It has a very cool symmetry across the surface, and there is a slight shimmer to its finish. It is on a very delicate stand, so extra care should be taken with its display.
This egg features a bee, which has buzzed its way around the entire surface of the egg, cartoon-style. It even managed to do a loop-the-loop! Bee is an ivory goose egg with tiny carvings.
I have no idea why I haven’t listed this egg yet. It turned out to be one of my favorites. Well, here it is now.
When I began this egg, I wasn’t too pleased. I drilled the larger holes first and it ended up looking sort of like an avant garde saltshaker. [...]
This egg was one of my most ambitious. The tree is three dimensional and features several pieces which stand out from the egg. It actually required more than one egg in order to make it. It’s painted seafoam green with darker green accents, and finished with rhinestone ornaments.
These ornaments make great Christmas presents. These are both a gift and an ornament that they will hang on their tree for years to come. And they also make great ornaments for decorating your own tree. And because the designs aren’t limited to Christmas, it can be a gift that they display year round.
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Butterflies is a blue goose egg with butterfly accents which seem to emerge from the shell of the egg. There are three butterflies surrounding the egg, and they look as if they are ready for lift-off.
Tree of Life features a tree of life design, and can be put onto any color egg. The tree itself will be white (more options coming soon). It will be permanently mounted onto a stand, which varies and is chosen by Lisa.
Circles is a white goose egg with circular designs removed from it. These circles are held together only by a shared edge here and there, and the design covers the entire egg. Circles was one of the first carved pieces, and the inspiration for many other pieces.