Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Sugar Eggs



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When I was a little girl, I loved getting a
Panoramic Sugar Egg every year at Easter.
So, learning how to make them has been so much fun!

They are easier to make than you'd think.
The egg is made by placing a mixture 
of sugar and egg whites in a mold.
You then allow it to dry & scrape out the center.
Add icing to the base to represent grass,
 then add silk flowers 
and miniature Easter decorations...
 Attach the top with icing.
Cover the seam with flowers made of icing, 
then decorate the top and around the "window."


The egg I made this year is much better than 
the first one I made last year. 
So, next years' egg should be awesome!

Go HERE to see how much fun we had
 when the girls came over to make
 Panoramic Sugar Eggs last year.


Do these eggs bring back 
fond memories of your childhood?
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18 comments:

  1. Ahhh...how sweet!! You did a wonderful job on it and it shows. Happy Easter!!

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  2. I love these eggs! I used to get one every year too! they are too expensive to buy now and they look like a lot of work to make! Yours are gorgeous!

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  3. These bring back good memories - Always my favorite Easter treat. These are just gorgeous! Bookmarking this post so I can revisit.

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  4. Oh, yes! They do bring back memories, my Grandmother made them for us and I loved them!!
    Sherry

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  5. Ohhhh . . . I used to love getting those sugar eggs as a child! I can't believe you made yours. SO cute.
    Easter blessings to you,
    Patti

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  6. WOWWW
    It's a work of art!!
    I've never seen something like these and I so admire your creativity ! :)

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  7. I loved getting these every year too, I never see them anymore & never dreamed of making one myself! These are gorgeous! Happy Easter to you!

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  8. That looks incredible. Great work.

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  9. I used to get one every year for Easter when I was young too. I want to try to make my own.

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  10. These look amazing and yes they look hard to make:):) Do you eat then or decoration only? Awesome project:)

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  11. WOW you made them so perfectly! That is AWESOME! I forgot all about these until I read your post and yes, they do take me back in time:)

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  12. They certainly do bring back fond memories. I love them all lined up in a row! Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  13. Those were certainly gorgeous and I've never had a sugar egg. I do remember seeing them in our bakery when i was small! How fun!

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  14. wow...that just looks like a LOT of work! I've never had them either, but they do look absolutely Delish!

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