It’s Monday. I’m short on time and full of foil-wrapped chocolates.
There are so many Easter-related posts that I’d love to write today. Among them, an exploration of Canadian artist Julie Quigley’s work with wax, dye, and eggs. They’re all gorgeous.
Julie Quigley's Rainbow Web Egg (image via The Orange Owl)
Or an internet round-up of neat egg projects. Like this one from J and J Home:
I can't stand how cute and pop-ish this is. I love it. (image via J and J Home)
But instead, you’re getting my trademarked “wheel of colorful things”…the egg version. Enjoy, and have a great day!
Clockwise from red egg: Red Painted Egg (image via North Coast Artists); Antique Orange Glass Egg by Venini Murrina (image via Antique Helper); Gold Egg Paperweight by Carl Aubock via Wyeth (image via 1st Dibs); Painted Aqua Egg (image source unknown); Blue Painted Egg (image source unknown); Georgeous Georges Chocolate Marble Egg (image via Georges Georges); Novice Confetti Murano Egg (image via CSN); Hand Blown Glass Pink Mosaic Egg by Glass Eye Studio (image via Made in Washington)
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