Welcome Easter with this darling little project! First, build a cute wooden table with a scalloped apron. Note that the table can be painted one color as shown in the photo below, or guides are provided to paint the sweet pastel picket effect shown in the main photo. Then fill the table with an array of egg dying items and displays. First weave a basket to hold the unpainted eggs. Then arrange the little bowls which will come to you prefilled with the resin "egg dye". Fill the large two layer laser cut egg display, which can be painted in your choice of colors. Our original 7 dish egg display is also ready to be filled with a lovely assortment of eggs. Note that the rabbit figure on the dish piece can be detail painted as shown, or you can simply apply a couple of coats of gloss varnish for a glazed ceramic effect. A laser cut 4 egg display on the opposite side features a delicately cut filigree egg with a chick design. Of course, you will receive all of the resin 3d printed eggs needed to fill all of the pieces. Paint them as desired in your favorite colors. Also included are a collection of 11 different vintage egg dye boxes with original artwork dating from 1905 to the 1950's so you can choose the era you like and add the pieces to your display.
And to finish the project, I have added my new and very favorite Easter Rabbit. He has such amazing charm and personality. The detail is just fabulous. He carries a woven basket filled with eggs and pussy willow branches.
Table measures 4"w x 2 1/4"d x 2 5/8" h.
All materials needed for this project are included in the kit with the exception of any glues or paints. Students will need to provide basic tools.
All instructions will be provided in an extensive online tutorial, complete with written and photographic instruction for each and every step.
Estimated ship date for this kit is April 6, 2022.
Space is limited, and is available on a first come-first served basis, so don't delay. My classes always fill fast and this sweet project is one you surely will not want to miss! If you need more information on my online classes, visit the FAQ's page here:
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