Saturday, March 30, 2013

Don't put all your eggs in one basket

I didn't put any of my eggs in a basket, I put them in a bowl. You also saw some of them in one of my peat pots that I posted the other day
These are those cheap plastic Easter eggs. I bought a bag of the regular size ones and a bag of the bigger ones then covered them with either jute twine or sisal twine.

I just can't help myself I have to do some photoshop magic with the pictures.


And sometimes one isn't enough so you have to do two.

Now I know these aren't as colorful as your typical Easter eggs but these guys can sit out all year long and no worry about salmonella.

19 comments:

EM Illustrator said...

I like those eggs, they are very decorative too. Happy Easter!!

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

Nicer than the standard pastel eggs, but if a person had a hankerin' they could dye the twine. :)

Donna said...

Well! I Sure don't want none of that salmonella!!Hahaa
These are Pretty Ann! And doing a little Photoshop never hurt NoBody!
hughugs

GratefulPrayerThankfulHeart said...

I love these eggs and want to copy them. I would keep them out through the year. Very nice!

Katie, Julep and Derby's Mom said...

Happy Easter to Ann!

Love all the eggs you created and love what you did in your photo editing software - especially the ones that look like watercolors.

Have a great Easter to you, Wade and Mr. Duke.

Katie
www.westiejulep.blogspot.com

Sandra said...

love love love the second photo.. beautiful...Happy Easter... and those eggs are also minus calories... woo hoo

Grace said...

The second "fix" is quite the best...better than reality.

the booker man said...

miss ann,

you are just so crafty! i love your twine eggs, and i also totally dig what you did in the photoshops with the second picture! only problemo is that i *might* be tempted to grab one of those twine eggs and play with it like a tennis ball. heeheehee.

*woof*
the booker man

Sandee said...

And they are cute too. I love them all.

Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. :)

Ginny said...

I love the second picture, and it looks like Monet had a crack at the last one. I think these are easy and I need to make them...what kind of glue did you use?

SweetMarie said...

Love the brown eggs on the blue plate...pretty!
Are you cooking tomorrow??

Tamago said...

Your eggs are pretty dressed up with twine :-)
We wish you a very happy Easter weekend!!

Jille said...

These are a lovely idea. I've made wrapped bottles and jars but not eggs. I feel another project coming on...

Betsy Adams said...

Cute post... Love your eggs!!!!

Happy Easter to you and yours. God Bless.

Hugs,
Betsy

Out on the prairie said...

Happy Easter to you and your family.

Chatty Crone said...

I love those eggs. Have a blessed Easter tomorrow. Sandie

Jeanne Pursell said...

You did an awesome job on the eggs Ann! NOBODY wants salmonella!! Have a Happy Easter!!

marie said...

These are nice...love the natural look. I just did some with strips of muslin. The two styles would look good together.

Dee said...

the twine eggs are great....

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