Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Easter Eggs

I wanted to come up with some unique Easter figurines that were not bunnies.  Or chicks.  Or ducks.  Something clever.  Different.  Then it hit me.  Why not EGGS? 

"Eggbert" came to mind.  I could call him Eggbert!  Silly, I know, but what's life without a little whimsy?  I'm going to show you three of my eggs here today.

This Eggbert has been on the Easter Egg hunt.  He's got a basket filled with a half-dozen pastel eggs.  He wanted to dress up for the occasion, so he's wearing his bunny ears headband, made from wool felt and a white chenille stem. 
You can find Eggbert here, on my Pfatt Marketplace page this month, along with a couple of bunnies. (Yes, I remembered to get it posted on time this month.  If you remember from this post, I totally forgot to send my listings in last month!)
I had these cute cupcake picks in my stash of stuff and thought it would be cute to make an Eggbert holding one of these as a sign.  I sculpted the egg to match the colors in the greeting, and then added a cute paper party hat trimmed with pink chenille. 
Happy Easter Eggbert is available here, in my etsy shop. 
This is Eggbert's little sister, Eggberta.  She is a pale yellow egg with white polka dots.  All dressed up for spring, she's wearing an adorable pair of grey Mary Jane's with Swarovski crystals, and a darling 'straw' hat made from twisted coils of clay and trimmed with a blue dotted ribbon and a little yellow flower.
Eggberta is also available in my etsy shop.  You can find her listing here.
I had a lot of fun creating this whimsical little eggs.  I hope you enjoy them!
Spring is coming!!  Only this time of year can you have 8 inches of snow on the ground AND have tulip bulbs starting to peek out of the earth! 
Have a great day!


  1. Oh these are so whimsical and cute Lisa!! I especially love the polka dot one with the little blue bird, adorable!

    1. Good morning, Trina! I like that one alot too. I did a lavender version too. I thought all the eggs were really fun and different.

  2. Lisa, These little eggs are adorable! What a clever idea and I love the names!

    1. Thank you, Sandy! I love to name my characters, because they are like family to me! LOL!