A photo on Friday, because some times all you need is the photo. Mind you this is not one of those times! But these beautiful marbled Easter eggs were made by Sam at our local Waldorf school, and they are simply too beautiful not to share.
The instructions are simple. Hollow out an egg, wet the eggs with water using a brush, apply little squares of tissue paper and paint some more water over top, then wait. The length of time to wait, I am not sure. It seems it was about 30 minutes to an hour (or the time it took for a train track to be built and a house to be made – these are, after all Sammy’s instructions).
Finally, peel off the tissue paper, and voila! Gorgeous marbled eggs.
These ones had a string threaded through and a bead attached to the end, making them perfect for hanging as Easter decorations.
Happy Easter friends, I’ll be back in this space Tuesday. I hope you have a lovely weekend surrounded by loved ones.