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Easter Eggs As Art

Updated on January 20, 2017
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Decorating for Easter with Eggs

Eggs are a symbol of Easter. When Easter is near everything will be fresh and new for growing things and getting outside again.

My mother Lorinda has made decorated eggs just for Easter and for spring. I have grouped them into an Easter page.

Lorinda used many techniques for decorating eggs. This goose egg was decoupaged with a pretty paper print, cut with a dental tool and finished with a glossy coat.

Be sure to share this with the little ones. Enjoy Lorinda's Easter decorated eggs.

All Eggs Made by Lorinda.

Two Ducks in an Egg

Two Ducks in An Egg
Two Ducks in An Egg

Ostrich Easter Egg

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sparkle glitter, tool cut swirlsPlease click on thumbnail to enlargeStand is ostrich eggBunny and Chicken egg cartAngle from the top
sparkle glitter, tool cut swirlsPlease click on thumbnail to enlarge
sparkle glitter, tool cut swirls Please click on thumbnail to enlarge
Stand is ostrich egg
Stand is ostrich egg
Bunny and Chicken egg cart
Bunny and Chicken egg cart
Angle from the top
Angle from the top

Four Eggs on A White Wire Tree

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Decoupage paper and laceCut out, decoupage and gold trimPretty bird and bread dough flowersCut out egg, paint and trim.
Decoupage paper and lace
Decoupage paper and lace
Cut out, decoupage and gold trim
Cut out, decoupage and gold trim
Pretty bird and bread dough flowers
Pretty bird and bread dough flowers
Cut out egg, paint and trim.
Cut out egg, paint and trim.

Easter is for the New Egg

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Mini Mailbox Quail Egg - See the penny?

Sweet Trio Babes in Eggs

The Baskets Are Filled with Eggs

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Children Hunt for Eggs on the Lawn

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Balanced Egg

Always Do What Gives You Contentment

My mother, Lorinda's hobby has produced a collection of decorated eggs that is entertainment to see. She displays her eggs in four curio cabinets. During the course of her creating she learned decoupage, painting in miniature, bread dough flowers, intricate cutting, and always making clean precise objects.

Look for other groupings, such as ornaments, Christmas, and all occasion of her eggs, in the titles below.

© 2010 Sherry Venegas

Enjoy spring the summer to come.

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    Barbara Walton 4 years ago from France

    I love the fact that you have used your mother's eggs for this lens. A lovely collection.

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    AlleyCatLane 4 years ago

    Wow! I am impressed with her talent and creativity. These are lovely!

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    Elyn MacInnis 5 years ago from Shanghai, China

    Wow - Lorinda really loves eggs! I am so impressed - they are so lovely.

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    Bonfire Designs 5 years ago

    What beautiful creative art how wonderful!!

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    justholidays 5 years ago

    Some of these Easter eggs are real pieces of art! I particularly love the Ostrich Easter Egg - definitely something I'd enjoy having in the room and that I'd leave for ever, not just for Easter time.

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    AJ 5 years ago from Australia

    These Easter eggs are stunning and something to always be treasured rather than devoured in five minutes! Happy Easter and Easter Blessings.

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    Cheryl Paton 5 years ago from West Virginia

    The eggs are gorgeous! Lorinda does wonderful artwork.

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    KateHonebrink 5 years ago

    I am in awe of the talent that created these stunning Easter eggs! They are simply amazing and beautiful! This is a super lens - LOVED it!!

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    Dianne Loomos 5 years ago

    Such detail and so pretty! This is quite an art.

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    Jules Corriere 5 years ago from Jonesborough TN

    This brings back memories. My great grammy used to make art from eggs/ There was an ostrich farm not too far away from her, and she would use those. She had a special machine she used to carve them, and they were beautiful. Thanks for sharing these. Congratulations on making the top 20 Easter Decorations lenses. Blessed.

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    curious0927 5 years ago

    What a beautiful collection! I'm so glad you made the front page! Wonderful lens. Blessed by a Squid Angel!

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    Kathleen Hiler 5 years ago from Mountain Home

    The images on this lens are very beautiful! Been fun to look at them.

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    miaponzo 5 years ago

    These are so beautiful that people should do them all year long! Blessed!

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    JoyfulReviewer 5 years ago

    I love the ostrich Easter egg near top, but these are all so exquisite. Lovely presentation.

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    pawpaw911 5 years ago

    Amazing creations. Very beautiful.

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    MelonyVaughan 5 years ago

    Your mom is very talented! I have a few dozen stunning eggs that were handmade by a friend of mine and she used similar techniques. I am currently trying to learn them and it is not easy! It takes a lot of patience and practice. Love this lens and am bookmarking it!

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    June Campbell 5 years ago from North Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Truly gorgeous, all of them.

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    BodyLanguageExp 5 years ago

    Beautiful Easter egg art. They are truly excellent art egg masterpieces!

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    couponsworld 5 years ago

    Great Lens. Just a wonderful creation of all the easter eggs

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    allenwebstarme 5 years ago

    What a beautiful egg craft work, sparkling wow.

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    tyrosine 5 years ago

    OMG they are gorgeous!!! Love them all, each and everyone of them!!

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