Thursday, March 27, 2008

Slice of Lime-Whoda Thunk It?

Betcha didn't know ya could tie dye eggs, didja?
Well, I can.


Yeah, it's an illness...
...at least as bad as my mother's purple addiction.

34 comments:

barman said...

That is beautiful Lime. I kinda wondered. So tell me, do your kids rebel against tie dye like you did against purple?

G-Man said...

You are such an eggsistentialist!!!!
xoxox

Polt said...

As if there's something wrong with a purple addiction! :)

Good job on the eggs though. :)

HUGS...

KFarmer said...

Groovy eggs and I never doubted you for a second. Are you going to tell the secret?

PS~ from what I can see, you have a very interesting palm :)

lecram said...

Whoa! Totally cool! You could crank out a whole line of tie dye products.
Cheers!

James Goodman-Horror Writer said...

lol, I had no idea, but I'm now compelled to give it a try next year. :D They look awesome.

furiousBall said...

nice job! those are the grooviest eggs ever.. well since George Clinton's mother's ovum

EmBee said...

Hey, they match your meta-tag! Cool!

tsduff said...

I can relate to the tie dye and especially the purple addiction!!! There are worse things in the world :)

Pretty eggs - too pretty to eat. Did you blow them first?

SignGurl said...

Ooo....pretty! The girls and I tie dyed some but they came out all sticky. Ewww...

The egg on the bottom has a dinosaur on it.

Happy Slice Of Lime Day!

Casdok said...

Very pretty!

S said...

Oh those are so cool! I once saw a film where some scientists injected dye into chick eggs, when the chicks hatched, they were red, and blue, and green ...etc.
They were awfully cute, but that wasn't very nice of those scientists!
HSOL!
"Happy slice o lime!"

VE said...

Those eggs are eggstra-ordinary and eggactly what I would have eggspected from you.

Beach Bum said...

Awesome, simply awesome.

coopernicus said...

Why aren't you selling these and making a fortune? They are just outstanding.

Kathryn said...

I love it! Those are fabulous!

San said...

I am impressed, Lime. And now I'm beginning to see your profile pic as somehow related. You egghead.

;-)

Blogg Dogg said...

Thought this one (from my album-en, hehe) may amuse you...

Click for eggsactly awful yolk

Blogg Dogg said...

Eggs-crutiating, wasn't it? :D

DianeCA said...

Well I'll be damned...thats the first time i ever saw tie dye eggs...and they were fabulous too!! Good work!

TorAa said...

What beautiful fantasy eggs.

I must admit, it's a long time since I did the same - when the kids were kids. Now they are spread all over.
Europe - America - Asia

~Tim said...

The dye looks gorgeous. I'd like to see how you tied them though.

Nice slice!

M said...

wait a minute. how do you do that?!

jillie said...

OMG!! I am cracking up over Terry's comments...lol!!!

Those are purdy eggs lime ;o))

Rurality said...

Wow cool! You gonna 'splain that?!

Sudiegirl said...

I like that too...is it batik or actual tie dye?

Keyser Soze said...

THat just rocks all over the barnyard! Happy Easter! LOL

it's a secret said...

You are even more awesome than i thought was posible!!!!

Mona said...

LOL @ G man!

Eggistentialist ! :D :D

Jocelyn said...

This is one of your best projects.

Outside of raising the kids and all!

Cosima said...

They look beautiful! When do we get the how-to?

Bunny said...

Those are gorgeous! How'd ya do that?

Moosekahl said...

I tried once and all i can remember of my tie dyed eggs is a really big, sticky mess. Those are lovely though!

Palm Springs Savant said...

hey those are pretty cool. nice work