The Little Prince Real Egg Ornament
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This little ornament is made of a chicken egg shell. The covering is a cotton fabric of a blue background with stars. On the inside of the shell is a picture the little prince on his planet. In front of the picture is a little rubber miniature foxl "lucky mini" , from Safari Ltd., a family owned US company.
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Here are 5 life lessons we can learn from Prince:
Be true to yourself. Prince made sure his music could never get boxed into one niche or one genre, so that he would never be defined as anything but himself. ...
A strong spirit transcends the rules. ...
Practice and perfection. ...
Ignore the naysayers. ...
The egg isn't as delicate as you may think. It has layers of glue and fabric plus the "diamond dust" covering the background.
I can make a custom egg for you including a name and date. We can converse on the "conversations."
"I love my 'Amy Eggs'. We bring them out every year. My children loved them and now my grandchildren love them". I get them custom made with names and whatever theme is a favorite that year." Vickie Kendrick
“My eggs have held places of honor in my holiday decorations since I received them (about 45 years ago). Honestly I'm shocked they all survived this long, but I'm so glad they did!”
I started making “Faberge” eggs in North Carolina in 1972 while my husband was stationed at Pope Air Force base. Eggery in the south was big back then. I learned to hinge duck eggs, with doors, and put music boxes inside. I even made a couple of Ostrich egg clocks. What I loved making most were the little chicken eggs covered with fabric and little scenes inside. When I moved to the Monterey Peninsula I sold my eggs at a Christmas store in Carmel and at The La Playa Hotel Christmas show where Maggie Eastwood (Clint’s wife) bought personalized egg ornaments for their children.
I stopped making eggs as life went on, but always kept a supply of miniatures. In 2014 I brought out my supplies and made a batch for Artistic Portland, a Co-op store for artists in Portland Oregon.
Ammi Brooks Artistic Portland Gallery