Monday, March 28, 2016

Blushing Easter Eggs

 I made it super simple this year with only having two cups of dye. Three drops of red food coloring for one and seven red drops for the other creating this wonderful palette from blush pink to a bright watermelon color. Using a simple gold metallic marker I drew dots, stripes, arrows, banners, a face, a paper airplane whizzing around, spots, scales, cheetah print and a feather. This pretty eclectic variety of drawings and patterns makes for the most interesting Easter Eggs.
























Thimble Succulent Planters

These itty bitty succulents are planted in sewing thimbles. Why? Because what else are you supposed to plant teeny tiny echeveria in?