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Delicate Egg Gift Box

I love eggs…I clean the shells out if I am going to use them for baking or scrambling. I love the texture. I decided to create something a little different, a box made from an egg. I had to cut it in half it was fairly easy with a rotary grinder and a cut off wheel. I then used several of the products from AlteredPages including a Mailbox Muse stamp set.

Please let me know what you think of my crazy creation.

Egg Shell
Wood furniture biscuit from home improvement store
Muse Dragonfly Stamp
StazOn Jet Black Ink Pad
Trim  or Fiber 
German Scrap 
Glass Glitter 
Aileen’s Tacky Glue
Crystal Lacquer Mixing Mica
Marker Airbrush
Gold Sharpie
Tombow markers
Hot Glue

See you next month, Happy Spring!!


  1. Fun and springy egg! Great job!

  2. Very fun spring project, Debi--it reminds me of a Faberge egg.

  3. Incredible!!! wonderful idea and video!

  4. This is a beautiful project. Hard to believe it's a eggshell!


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