My Cookbooks

« Le Beaujolais Nouveau est arrivé! | Main | You say frittata, I say fridge-tata »

Sunday, 21 March 2010

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00d8345343c869e201310fc663d6970c

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference The most beautiful Easter eggs ever! :

Comments

Sam

WOW! good job.

Lil

Oh wow, that's a really cool trick. Hmmm where can I steal some silk tie...

Megan

Fabulous! to make them last longer- do you think you could drain the egg and then put them through the treatment?

laura @ cucina testa rossa

* thanks sam!
* lil, any 2nd hand stores near you?
* megan, we talked about it but thought that they'd probably be too fragile. worth a try though :)

Jacoba

Exquisite - I passed this on to my daughter in Germany - it's right up her street.

Jonell Galloway

These photos are exquisite!

Lisa Boisvert

these look gorgeous, I posted a link to you on my blog. I'm going to try them.

Ellen

Do you need to blow the eggs before you do this? They look amazing thanks for sharing.

Jennipher

This is fabulous! Thanks so much!

Jared Ullrich

I lived in Poland for a couple years and they have beautifully decorated eggs. Yours remind me of those Polish eggs. (This is a great compliment!)

Loulou

Amazing! What a fantastic idea!

Kevin

Way too cool and great fun re-use for old ties!
Any even better to read a new post!by you!

laura @ cucina testa rossa

*thanks so much everyone! so glad y'all enjoyed them. i hope you have a chance to make them, if not this year, than maybe next. if you get started now you willhave a lot of time to collect old ties and scarves.
*ellen, we didn't as we thought the eggs might be too fragile but worth trying so you don't have to throw them out.
*and thanks kevin! :)

orlando-bankruptcy

So nice design, i like the texture on eggs

Lisa Boisvert Mackenzie

Laura here is a photo. These are not oiled. Maybe I'll oil them and try a new photo! We didn't let them cool completely. I wonder if the patterns would be more clear if we had?

http://celebratetherhythmoflife.blogspot.com/2010/03/beautiful-easter-eggs.html

Jenny

Amazing technique!

Thanks for the share, I'm going to do that next easter =)

party buses in Los Angeles

Great printing on eggs

craigslist search

I agree ! this is most beautiful easter eggs

Cheap Handbags

Wow! I have never see so many beautiful easter eggs!

gowns

Wow, How beautiful these eggs are. I am going to start rummage sale hunting now. I don't think I have ever seen a simpler way to acheive a better effect. Great job and thanks.

Craigslist Search

Not exactly the time for easter eggs, but this is absolutely fabulous! Thanks so much!

Kabbalah

Wow! Very nice to look at. What a fashionable silk it is. I liked it very much.

Craigslist

I lived in Poland for a couple years and they have beautifully decorated eggs. Yours remind me of those Polish eggs. (This is a great compliment!)

Andrea

After cooking for so long are they edible still?

laura - cucina testa rossa

andrea, they are not edible as the ink from the silk can be poisonous. sorry!

Katie

A reader led me to your egg-dyeing, and your pattern transferrals are so crisp and bright! Hmm I think the vinegar helps set the dye...i'll have to try that next time. This project is so fun. I never get tired of seeing everyone's eggs :) http://foxflat.wordpress.com/2010/03/29/silk-dyed-eggs/

laura @ cucina testa rossa

andrea, unfortunately they aren't as the dye from the silk can be poisonous. but then again these are truly "too pretty to eat" :)

aj hkd

that is an awsome idea i will do this with my aunt
signed a reader who loves idea

Wendi

Do you boil them before you wrap them?

Kim

Can u use this technique on other surfaces?

The comments to this entry are closed.

la vue de ma fenêtre


Search this Web Site


s'il vous plait

  • All photos and text are copyright © 2003-2008 Cucina Testa Rossa. All Rights Reserved.