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:

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

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

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

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

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  5. 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

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

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

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  8. 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

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  9. And they are cute too. I love them all.

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

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  10. 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?

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

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

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

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

    Happy Easter to you and yours. God Bless.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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

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

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

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  18. the twine eggs are great....

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