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Easter egg in batik technique red pysanky A note on pronunciation, despite what you may have heard on television, a supplier of pysanky tools or from an instructor in a local class, “Pysanka” is correctly pronounced “Pih-sahn-kah”  with the plural “Pih-sahn-kih”. All with short vowels.  The term “pysanky” is not, never was, nor will it ever be correctly pronounced “pie-SAN-kee or pizz-an-ki”

Easter egg in batik technique red pysanky A note on pronunciation, despite what you may have heard on television, a supplier of pysanky tools or from an instructor in a local class, “Pysanka” is correctly pronounced “Pih-sahn-kah” with the plural “Pih-sahn-kih”. All with short vowels. The term “pysanky” is not, never was, nor will it ever be correctly pronounced “pie-SAN-kee or pizz-an-ki”

Pysanky for Ukraine April 1 2014 Ukrainian Easter Egg Pysanky By So Jeo

Pysanky for Ukraine April 1 2014 Ukrainian Easter Egg Pysanky By So Jeo

This is the work of the Ukranian artist Rostyslav Kramar -- what a talented artist! See: http://www.dryapanka.com/eng/about.htm

This is the work of the Ukranian artist Rostyslav Kramar -- what a talented artist! See: http://www.dryapanka.com/eng/about.htm

Done by Kirashchuk Maria, Kosmach, Ivano-Frankivsk r-n

Done by Kirashchuk Maria, Kosmach, Ivano-Frankivsk r-n

Pysanka, Real Ukrainian Easter Egg, Hen Chicken Shell, Flowers, NK13, Red

Pysanka, Real Ukrainian Easter Egg, Hen Chicken Shell, Flowers, NK13, Red

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