Okay. So our eggs aren’t the prettiest eggs you’ve ever seen.
Although I must say, the cracked one with the toothpick antennae has a certain charm to it. And who doesn’t like a black Easter egg? Symbolic of Black Friday, no?
Despite their slightly pathetic appearance, they were super fun and easy to make and a huge hit with my son who does not like to color paper but apparently likes to color hot, hard eggs.
Did you play?
If so, Becky Wade and I would love to see your picture on Facebook or Twitter! Make sure to tag us so we can see it.
We’ll enter all participants’ names into a hat and at the end of the war, we’ll draw some winners to receive our novels!
Becky Wade’s newest, Undeniably Yours, follows a few weeks later on May 1st!
Before you vote on a winner for this epic first battle, I think it’s only fair you see Becky’s eggs. I’m afraid the Wade eggs put the Ganshert eggs to shame! But fun was had by all, so that’s what matters, right? (says the loser)
Now the question is….Pinterest success or fail?
I’m guest posting on Divine Moments today about how to conduct a successful puzzle piece adoption fundraiser!