Thursday, 17 April 2014

No calories in these Easter eggs

I spent part of the day making these eggs to use in an applique project, I only needed one but I couldn't decide which colour would work best.  I've made my choice, I'm still not 100% happy, but sometimes you can't judge the full effect until the project is almost complete.


10 comments:

  1. Very pretty Pip..I like the green and blue saw-toothed one please...yum.... is it gluten free too?

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  2. are they as easy to do as the perfect circles? I am trying to bring to mind your very beautiful prepped applique piece , but haven't retained a clear picture , so can't advise. I am sure you will settle on the right one, you generally do

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    1. PS , I made 90 circles for my project yesterday ,

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  3. so cute! it would be hard to just chose one

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  4. I love them all! Fun and colorful!

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  5. They're all lovely Pip!

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  6. Very cute - and non fattening too!

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  7. These eggs are very DARLING!
    Happy Easter Pip!

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  8. They are the nicest Easter Eggs I've seen this Easter! I love that you only need one but you made lots, I do that sort of thing too, you're so right that you just can't tell until it's made. The others will end up being used for something, they're just so pretty.

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