Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Pretty Eggs

My daughters JuJu and Soapy are all pumped up about Easter - they LOOOOOVE to dye eggs. We were standing in line to check out at our local grocery store Publixthe other day when I spotted a new issue of Marth Stewart's Living. It was Easter Egg edition and it features cute egg photos and lots of how to's... The oldest JuJu has been flipping through the same pages over and over and asking me when can she dye her eggs.

We do make cute eggs every year, but nothing like these ones in the photos (all photos from Living mags) - I think I want to try making some cute eggs that I've never made before this year since the girls a bit bigger... Aren't they adorable and pretty????
































































































































So, my darling, Got Eggs?

27 comments:

molly YEH! said...

i LOVE decorating easter eggs. even though 1) i'm jewish and 2) i'm 20. HAH. i can still do it right??

Melanie said...

Stopping by from SITS> I love the eggs, they are so beautiful! I love to decorate them as well, but they always turn out uneven, a little ugly and usually a tad bit brown-I try to mix the colors up! LOL...
Melanie
www.tutubugblog.blogspot.com

eri said...

such pretty eggs! i think the fanciest i ever got was drawing on them w/crayons before dipping them into the dye. hahaha.

i love your new banner, btw.
i forgot to mention that earlier :)

citymouse said...

These eggs are awesome. I'm inspired to try something special this year.

Stopping by from SITS to say hi.

Carrin said...

Oooh, I love those eggs. So pretty!

Boubou said...

Bonjour !
first time i come across your blog, absolutely love your photos keep up this good work , lot o f inspiration ! check out my daily collages inspiration blog boubouteatime if you have some time, a bientot !
Bouchra xx

Melissa said...

What's more fun that coloring Easter eggs? These are so pretty!

Slumber Designs said...

Such a lovely post! Oh how I can't wait for Easter to come. I love that holiday :-)

Laura said...

Those are so cute! I haven't dyed Easter eggs in forever! I love the chick one.

BakerGirl said...

Those are so pretty!

tobes said...

WOW regarding the big egg
i was in Harrods yesterday in london in the food hall and saw one that resembles this one :)
but costs like £784 !! yikes
gosh now i'm hungry
xo Tobes

C'est La Vie said...

wow this post just got me in the Easter mood!! LOVE these

Jasara said...

Beautiful eggs! so inspiring!

My Owl Barn said...

Love all of them!

photojoy said...

How pretty! There are always many nice and splendid festivals in the different cultures, don't you think? By the way do you guys eat them all in the end??? Wwww, it's been raining all day. I can't wait for the real spring.

Helsbells said...

I love the spring colours that are around at Easter. Thanks for sharing your collection of images, I think my favorite thing is the cupcake/egg holder!

WhisperingWriter said...

Very pretty eggs.

I just dip mine in dye and call it a day.

MaryBeth Hughes said...

i'm usually all over holidays but this easter i am totally slacking. these images might just motivate me to do something crafty :)

Kassie said...

stopping by from SITS.
Those eggs are beautiful, maybe you've inspired me..

Jess said...

These are amazing! I wish I was creative enough to make some like this...

Sarah @ BecomingSarah.com said...

Wow, some of those eggs are AMAZING! Mine always look rather blotchy...

Sarah @ BecomingSarah.com

Kristin said...

I'm way excited for Easter too. I'm thinking the dude just might get into the egg hunt this year!

bananas. said...

wow. those are some fancy shmancy easter eggs. mine never looked like that as a kid ;)

have fun!

The Zhush said...

Oh my goodness, these are gorgeous! We are just happy if our monotone colored eggs don't break, can't even imagine!

Maki said...

Pretty Ladies: Thanks so much for all of your lovely comments! I can't wait to dye eggs and post pics! xoxoxo

Ruth said...

Oh, those eggs with grass shooting up from the bottoms are adorable! Usually, I just toss them into random colors and see how they come out. Maybe I'll aim a little higher this year!

Maki said...

Ruth: Yeah, I'm aiming a little bit higher this year too! xo

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