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Sapna's eggs

Sapna's eggs

goose feather painted German Easter eggs...remarkable...

Traditional hand painted Easter eggs on display in the eastern German village of Schleife A goose feather is used to decorate the eggs with wax, which are then dipped into colour dye.

Lemkyvska Pysanka by kunitsa, via Flickr

A basic element of distinctive ornaments on Lemkyvska pysanka’s is a drop (“kraplynka”) which is believed to be a Mother of Jesus’ teardrop

Examples of eggs decorated using the wax-resist method from A. Tamošaitis, Lithuanian Easter Eggs, Lithuanian Folk Art Institute, Toronto, Canada, 1982.

wax resist eggs from Lithuanian Folk Art Institute, Toronto

Traditional <b>Lithuanian Easter eggs</b> decorated with natural dyes and bee ...

our brothers-traditional Lithuanian Easter eggs decorated with natural dyes and bee's wax (by A Gentlewoman)

Tautodailininkė V.Giedrytė Nacionaliniam muziejui padovanojo net 500 margučių. „Vanda Giedrytė. Margučiai. Karpiniai. Tapyba“, 2007 m.

Tautodailininkė V.Giedrytė Nacionaliniam muziejui padovanojo net 500 margučių. „Vanda Giedrytė. Margučiai. Karpiniai. Tapyba“, 2007 m.

Glad påsk!

Glad påsk

Anna Perun’s Beautiful Pysanky - Real Handmade Traditional Ukrainian Chicken and Goose Eggs

Polskie pisanki

Ola's living room layers - Polish pisanki (Easter eggs) - photo taken on Szewska Street in Kraków

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