That's so adorable but I'm completed distracted by that last picture...I think we have a marble bird bath (?) just like that larger one, except it doesn't have any birds on it. I always wondered why anyone would have an odd shaped, marble bowl. Now I know.
Hi Erin, Yes these were quite popular at one time, they are made in Italy, I think they may have been souvenirs. I've always had a thing for them, I have several in my collection, they are just so charming!
So lovely - thanks for the tutorial!
Hi, Karen:This is gorgeous. May I link this post on my next blog post?Hugs,Susan
Hi Susan, Yes of course! Please do! Thanks for offering!
Karen I just found your tutorial through Pinterest and must tell you how much I love it! I still have lots of German paper maché eggs to play with and will sure try it as soon as I can.Once a again thank you so much for sharing!Sending you warm Spring wishes from GermanyCarola
Hello Carola, I'm so flattered that you like my Egg, I'm such a fan of everything you do! Wendy told us that the factory in Germany that has been making these for 100+ has stopped production on them, which is why I was excited to find the Ikea ones. You are lucky to have a stock of the plain ones in your possession, I'm sure you'll do something fabulous with them!
Love!!! Definitely going to try this. And thanks - as always - for the awesome printables too!
this is adorable...thanks!Rhonda
Very pretty! I didn't know you had this blog going too!! Just discovered the link from an email! YAY!!
Soooo very beautiful! I'm creating these for my home! Thank you, so much!
I can't wait to try this! STUNNING!! Thank you!
I love this project! Pinning it. Definitely on my to do list!
This is really pretty (and has rabbits on, so even better) but I'm deeply envious you found some of those old-fashioned papier mache eggs. I've been looking for some for a while, but they're pricey. Does anyone know of anywhere else that has these, to buy on line? For cheapskates like me?
Rhissanna, Mine aren't old actually, they are brand new from Ikea! And cheap too, you can get them for $1.99!
Karen that is so adorable, lovin it! I just created some end tables with your graphics. I will be posting these soon I hope. I am a new follower, I would love for you to follow me back over at Color It Simple dot blogspot dot com. hugs!
Hi Karen, I just love this project! Even though I don't have any of these particular eggs, you have inspired me to embellish the ones I do have. Thanks so much!!! -Kristie @ Market Nine home
How beautiful!!! Love this idea, and love those bunnies!
Karen this egg is so pretty! Thank you for your generosity in sharing your beauty and graphics with us- I don't know what blog land would do without you!bee blessedmary
Awesome idea and I love your job!Thanks for sharing.Hope to see you on my blog:)
Love, love, love! I will have to make one for my mom.. thanks for the inspiration!!
Great idea! Love the graphic bunny... already thinking of what I can put it on!I'd love to invite you to share this at a party I have going on at Project Queen. http://projectqueen.org/welcome-to-link-party-26-turning-the-daunting-into-the-do-ableWhat would we all do without your graphics? You are amazing! Thank you!!!!
That looks so cute!Hopping by and following your lovely blog.Also inviting you to join our meatless recipe blog hop/showcase at http://olahmomma.com/momlounge. You are also very welcome to add your blog here: http://olahmomma.com/momlounge/node/add/blog-listHope to see ya there! Have a great day:)The Quiet Mom at http://olahmomma.com