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CMS art students make Faberge eggs

Campbellsville Middle School art students recently made their own Faberge eggs.

 

Faberge eggs are jeweled eggs with intricate designs. The most famous were made for Alexander III, commissioned for Easter and anniversary events.

 

To make their own Faberge eggs, students in Jo Ann Harris’s class first sketched their egg designs.

 

Then, the students made their eggs out of paper mache and balloons.

 

When they were dry, students used their sketches to add designs and colors to their creations.

 

CMS fourth-grader Simon Wilkerson adds paper mache to his balloon, which will become a Faberge egg.

CMS fourth-grader Simon Wilkerson adds paper mache to his balloon, which will become a Faberge egg.

 

CMS fifth-graders Ellington Gowin, at left, and Mollie Bailey add paper mache to their balloons, which will become Faberge eggs.

CMS fifth-graders Ellington Gowin, at left, and Mollie Bailey add paper mache to their balloons, which will become Faberge eggs.

 

CMS fourth-graders Leo Lamer, at left, and Xavier Florez add paper mache to their balloons, which will become Faberge eggs.

CMS fourth-graders Leo Lamer, at left, and Xavier Florez add paper mache to their balloons, which will become Faberge eggs.

 

CMS fourth-graders Shyanna Young, at left, and Summer Cothern add paper mache to their balloons, which will become Faberge eggs.

CMS fourth-graders Shyanna Young, at left, and Summer Cothern add paper mache to their balloons, which will become Faberge eggs.

 

CMS fourth-graders Lily Sallee, at left, and Kyra Parker add paper mache to their balloons, which will become Faberge eggs.

CMS fourth-graders Lily Sallee, at left, and Kyra Parker add paper mache to their balloons, which will become Faberge eggs.

 

CMS fifth-grader Ashton Davis adds paper mache to his balloon, which will become a Faberge egg.

CMS fifth-grader Ashton Davis adds paper mache to his balloon, which will become a Faberge egg.

 

CMS fourth-grader Logan England adds paper mache to his balloon, which will become a Faberge egg.

CMS fourth-grader Logan England adds paper mache to his balloon, which will become a Faberge egg.

 

CMS fifth-graders Cameron Mahan, at left, and Nate Mitchell add paper mache to their balloons, which will become Faberge eggs.

CMS fifth-graders Cameron Mahan, at left, and Nate Mitchell add paper mache to their balloons, which will become Faberge eggs.

 

CMS fourth-grader Michael Abel adds paper mache to his balloon, which will become a Faberge egg.

CMS fourth-grader Michael Abel adds paper mache to his balloon, which will become a Faberge egg.





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