Friday, August 28, 2009

Songbird Eggs Tutorial

I've been a bad blogger. I'll continue to try to do better, but we'll just have to see how that works. (g)

If I'm one of your contacts on Flickr, you may already have seen this, but for those who haven't, there's a new tutorial up on Polymer Clay Web.

Faux Songbird Eggs

~Songbird Eggs~

For symbols of springtime, life, and new beginnings, few things can compete with the songbird's egg. Softly tinted eggs are a refreshing reminder of unending potentialities in the world around us.

People often puncture, drain, clean, and dye chicken's eggs with beautiful results, but real eggs are delicate. These polymer clay eggs are much more durable, and you can make them in any size or color you want.

With only a few supplies, you can create a whole nest's worth of polymer clay eggs. They make charming decorations for the home, or they can be fitted with an eye pin and worked into unique pieces of jewelry.

This is a simple project ideal for children and those new to clay.

Faux Songbird Eggs

Faux Songbird Eggs


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4 Comments:

At 11:39 AM, October 21, 2009, Blogger Freija said...

Hi, I've just discovered your blog, and everything I've seen is FAN-TAS-TIC. I noticed you use a lot of tutorials from Polymerclayweb, do you know if the web is still online? I can't access to it...

Thanks so much!!! XD

 
At 4:46 PM, October 21, 2009, Blogger Michael said...

Hi!

Thanks so much!

I'm actually the owner of PolymerClayWeb.com. We've been experiencing some technical difficulties for a couple of days. We're waiting for our web host to figure out the problem, and I hope the site will be back up and running soon. (I'm just not sure *how* soon, exactly...)

Please keep checking it every couple of days-- it *will* be up again, sooner or later, one way or another. :o)

Thanks again for writing!

 
At 8:16 AM, November 20, 2009, Blogger Луана said...

Great! Thank you for sharing this idea:-) I will certainly try it

 
At 6:42 PM, March 01, 2013, Blogger Sue said...

I know this is an old post, but thanks for this, I love eggs so I'm going to follow the tutorial. Thanks

 

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