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This is a dozen of my girls beautiful works of art. I can't claim any credit on how wonderful these eggs look. Our hens are mostly rescued from others, who no longer want to, or can care for them. We take them in give them a welcoming home in the backyard. My kids play with them every day, and they each have a name. When the kids were younger the neighbors would get quite a giggle out of the baby stroller with the chickens going out for a ride.

These eggs would look very nice as an Easter Decoration in a willowy basket.
This batch has every color that our girls share with us.
There are several shades of brown, also blue, green and white. One of the girls "Sammy" lays a blueish gray egg that is unlike any that I have seen before.

I drill a small hole in each egg at the large end, then blow out the contents. (The custard tonight was excellent. I can convo the recipe if you wish.) I then wash each egg with warm water, and dry the shells.

I pack them very well, and have not had any break in the three orders that I have sent.
The shipping cost is reflective of the safe packing that needs to be done to protect them.

If you want to see what you can do with these eggs besides enjoy them, check out what
Amber at starless.etsy.com can do with them.


I will ship larger or smaller orders of eggs, just convo me.

Nature's Easter Decoration

Overview

  • Materials: eggs, rescued chickens, straw, chicken eggs
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 20 reviews
  • Favorited by: 3 people