Egg Art

Egg Art : 50 Designs to Paint, Dye and Draw

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Eggs aren't just for breakfast! With a bit of imagination, they can also be transformed into beautiful decorative items and gifts. A modern and accessible hobby, egg art is something all generations can take part in, and connect over. Egg Art feeds into the current trend of working and crafting with natural, everyday objects, turning the ordinary into the extraordinary.

Hatch a plan and get cracking on your egg-cellent designs now!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 180 x 230 x 10mm | 374g
  • Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 300 Illustrations, color
  • 1782218491
  • 9781782218494
  • 1,837,762

Table of contents

Chapter 1: Egg Art Projects 10

Colour Block Egg 12

Peacock Feathers Egg 14

White Polka-dot Egg 16

Bohemian Floral Egg 18

Japanese Fan Egg 20

The Hunter Bull's-eye and Arrow Egg 22

Colourful Pebbles Egg 24

Baby Girl Keepsake Egg 26

Decorative Belts Egg 28

Yellow Geometry Egg 30

Red-and-White Candy Cane Egg 32

Blue Starburst Egg 34

Neolithic Pottery Egg 36

Zigzag Hipster Egg 38

Damask Medallion Egg 40

Forty-eight Triangles Egg 42

Glittery Orange Abstract Egg 44

Fish Scales Egg 46

Gender-reveal Gold Crackable Egg 48

Indian Treasure Egg 50

Winter Star Egg 52

Gold Blocked Egg 54

Colourful Spiders Egg 56

Zebra Stripe Egg 58

Oak-leaf Motif Egg 60

Abstract Lines Egg 62

Confetti Egg 64

Paper Clips Egg 66

Black-and-Red Knitted Pattern Egg 68

Diagonal Geometric Egg 70

Vinegar-etched Brown Egg 72

Teal Twigs Egg 74

Black-and-silver Marked Egg 76

Turquoise and Red Egg 78

Black and Yellow Contrast Egg 80

Teacup Cornflower Egg 82

Simple Organic Pattern Egg 84

Scottish Treasure Egg 86

Blue Vinegar-etched Egg 88

Orange and Lilac Botanical Egg 90

Gold Chevron Egg 92

Blue Polka-dot Egg 94

Swedish Country Egg 96

Hot Pink and Black Flower Egg 98

Herringbone Egg 100

Pink Stripes Egg 102

Green Grass Egg 104

Nativity Scene Egg 106

Black-and-white Snowflake Egg 108

Vinegar-etched Egg 110

Chapter 2: Showcasing Your Egg Art and Techniques 112

Showcasing Your Egg Art 114

Techniques 121

Cleaning the Eggs 121

How to Hold an Egg 121

How to Blow Out an Egg 122

Using a Stylus 123

Filling the Hole Before Dyeing 124

Removing the Wax Plug After Dyeing 124

Dyeing the Egg 125

Removing Wax from the Entire Egg 125

Index 126

Credits 128
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Review quote

Some wonderful egg painting projects and brilliant techniques using different mediums. There are designs for every skill level. I love it and will enjoy painting lots of eggs. -- Denise Sayles * Amazon * This is a great book to dip in and out of. It is well thought out and presented with beautiful photos. The book starts with a clear list of materials needed, and I feel that you can have a go without having to invest a lot of money into a new hobby.

The 50 designs/projects within the book mean that there is something to suit everyone's skill and sense of decor. I can't wait to try the peacock feather egg myself. There are both simple and complex designs in this book so there are family friendly projects along with designs to suit a more experienced crafter. I was pleased to see that there is something for everyone without it being to basic.

After the project section there is a section on how to display the eggs and they look fabulous! There is also a thorough and detailed technique section so everyone can jump in and have a go. Its been many years since I decorated eggs at school but this is a much more sophisticated and modern way of doing it.

I think this book would also make a nice gift idea along with a nice set of paints. -- Sarah Gage * Amazon * I was really impressed with the step-by-step guide to creating the egg designs, together with the tool guide and the detailed explanation of the different techniques used.

There are some really great designs and I really love the Gender-Reveal Gold Crackable Egg, a really original idea!

Some designs are more adult based, but there are also some designs which could be tackled by children, which makes it perfect for family crafting! -- Susie Wilkinson * Amazon * A varied collection of beautiful egg art projects, ranging from polka dots to the most intricate designs. Complete with techniques for preparing the eggs for painting, including "How to Blow Out an Egg". A lovely book. -- Myra Armson * Amazon * Eggs are not just for Easter you know. I've been inspired to look at my baking staple again in a whole new light. With so many beautiful egg designs I couldn't wait to get started.

I love books like this as a source of inspiration, to flick through from time to time. Sparking my creativity. I am looking forward to developing my egg decorating technique and I can't wait to make some of the projects that showcase my newly learnt techniques. A great resource for my craft room. -- Ruth Cartwright * Craft with Cartwright *
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About Katya Trischuk

Originally from Ukraine, Katya Trischuk trained as an interior designer before setting up as an artist. She lives and works in Toronto, where she collaborates with art galleries and manages her egg art shop. She particularly enjoys inventing new patterns and experimenting with the traditional dyeing process. Her egg art has been widely featured in the media, from Home & Gardens and Martha Stewart Living magazine to Hi-Fi TV.
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