So I posted a couple of wood eggs a little while back and I finally made a few more this week. I have not painted them yet. I am still undecided as to how I want to paint them. Water color? acrylic? just stain? Hmmmm….
One thing I have realized is that eggs are hard to photograph! Because they are round it is hard to give a true idea of what the designs really look like. In real life they are much cuter, but this gives you an idea
This first little bunny likes to hop along in the nice spring landscape. And on the other side of the egg is his little house
Next I have another little bunny hopping around happily in the spring grass and flowers!
This next egg. Cute mushrooms with a cute little ladybug on top. the back side is grass and flowers.
Sticking to the mushroom woodsy theme I made some cute gnome garden girls.
This next egg was inspired by my Laying hens
I have a hen on one side and a rooster on the other.
And last some butterflies
Eggs are fun to wood burn, but because they are round it makes in kinda tricky to work with. It is much easier to wood burn a flat surface
I can’t remember if I showed this little peg doll yet. In the past I have usually just painted my peg dolls
, but I have tried my hand at wood burning the last couple I have made and I can’t decide which I like better.