Friday, April 2

Happy Easter, Everyone! These Are My Pysanki!

Just thought I'd share some of my pysanky eggs with my fellow bloggers. It's been a great season and they've been well-received. If you'd like to see more, check out my other site.

Happy Easter!

24 comments:

  1. Wow. My sister yused to make these but yours are really, really amazing! Thanks for sharing you talent!

    Visiting you from SITS!

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  2. How beautiful.I love anything 'eggy' Reminds me of spring.
    Mary

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  3. Beautiful work! You obviously like working on a small scale. Your brushes must be TINY!

    I used to do some artwork (mosaic, assemblage) and always preferred smaller over larger. 'Course you could get ostrich eggs, I suppose... ;-)

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  4. Thank you, everyone!

    Chile: I've always enjoyed working with small-scale. But, these are done with hot wax and layered colors like in batik work. If you want to see my ostrich egg, check out my photo albums on Facebook.

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  5. These are stunning, when i see someone with this much talent I am in awe. Thank you for visiting me on my sits day :)

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  6. Beautiful! enjoy your Easter Weekend!

    stopping by from SITS! :)

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  7. Thank you, Lacie and Brassy Apple. Hope you visit, again. Love your blogs!

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  8. So pretty! I love those, just beautiful! Happy Easter! Thank you for coming by my blog, SITSA!

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  9. OMG! i was going to ask if you did these with wax. My grandmother used to make them. She was always going to teach me and then she never did. I broke the last one about 10 years ago.

    She did the most astounding designs.
    Is there a tutorial somewhere. She called them something else but I can't remember what.

    She came over on the boat from Poland.

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  10. aoh wow....these are just fabulous!!! what patience you must have!

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  12. Minky Moo: Thank you, SITSta! Come back.

    Pricilla: I've heard them called either pysanki or Ukrainian eggs. I've been doing them for over 40 years,now,and teach how here in NC, but there are several online sites that have step-by-step tutorials that are very easy to follow. There's plenty of time to get started for next year.

    jaz: Thank you. I do have patience but have always enjoyed miniature work. You'll have to try some, yourself!

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  13. I love the rooster ones! I collect all things chickens and roosters, so these caught my eye right away!

    Thanks for stopping by my site!

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  14. Lanita: That's a good choice because they bring good fortune and wealth into your life. Thanks for the visit. Look forward to seeing you, again.

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