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  1. Oh my, these are just gorgeous! I love all the pretty details and the pretty soft colors you’ve chosen.

    I am also envious of all the colored eggs your chickens share with you. They sound lovely!

    Happy Weekend,


  2. When I first saw the designs on your eggs I wondered how you did it- I wouldn’t have guessed a Dremel! Very charming patterns and colors. Happy to hop with you!

  3. Jenn, I love this idea. You are so talented. I’ve used styrofoam eggs, but not wooden ones so I’m ordering some. Your chickens lay the prettiest eggs and your painted ones are perfect for spring. The designs are so sweet. I’m impressed that you could use a Dremel in such a small area. Beautiful project.

  4. Jen, these eggs are beautiful! I love the pretty designs you created and the contrast between the pastel and wood stained eggs. Now I want to get a Dremel! Pinned 🙂

  5. These are my absolute favorite. I love them. I need to dig out my dremel, I only used them doing wood carving years ago. They are so delicate and simple. I’m so happy to have discovered your blog. I love your story.

  6. I didn’t know that the colour of the eggs are based on the chicken’s diet, fascinating!

    1. I just corrected my wording on that paragraph, I could see how you got that impression. The color of the eggshell is determined by the breed of the chicken. The nutrition of the egg is determined by their diet! Thank you for visiting!

  7. These sure are beautiful. I was carving some eggs too, but planned on staining after. But you have me rethinking that plan. I love the softness of the color this way. Thanks for inspiring and linking up at Fabulous Friday!

  8. These wooden Easter eggs are just lovely, Jennifer! And the carving is such a great idea! What a great tutorial, too! I’m happy to be featuring at Tuesday Turn About tomorrow! Pinned!

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