whoa! More information, please! Were the clay eggs split in half and fired
partially open? Are they going to decorate the insides of the eggs with
little 'surprises' or jewels or collectibles as the real Faberge' eggs??
I will never forget a Faberge' egg papier-mache' balloon lesson I did with
4th when I student-taught. They took forever to form and dry, (nighttime
balloon popping, mache' dripping & balloons sliding across the tables, then
painting and decorating the insides with goodies- whew!)