Forrest Fenn’s Easter Egg Picture

Forrest didn’t want to miss out on the fun of creating a unique decorated egg picture and so decided to make one himself.  It’s a beautiful example of what can be submitted for the contest!

 

Forrest Fenn's Egg Picture

Forrest Fenn’s Egg Picture

Here is what Forrest has to say about his egg:

“The wooden egg in center is an egg that Eric carved, coated with gesso and signed for me. He just liked doing things like that. The green leaves are peppermint from the little stream that flows into our pond. The wormy looking things are cottonwood seeds that fell into my pond along with thousands of their brothers and sisters, requiring me to skim them lest they taint the water and bring my fish displeasure.”

Such a treasured friendship he and Eric Sloane had, as Forrest’s perfect egg picture displays.

 

Thanks for all the entries!

Contest Rules: A Forrest Fenn Egg Hunt Decorating Contest  (anyone can enter!)

Prizes: Prizes for the Forrest Fenn Egg Hunt Decorating Contest Announced (Artifacts from San Lazaro Pueblo dating to before 1650 AD)

Contest Entries 

 

Best of luck to all!

 

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15 Responses

  1. Jenny Kile says:

    Awesome Egg Picture, Forrest. Thanks for sharing it!

  2. SpecialKLR says:

    Is the white pipe cleaners and the background leather?
    It is very appealing!
    Hope you are doing well, Forrest! 🙂

  3. deb says:

    Nice to hear from you Forrest! Glad to see you are enjoying the spring weather. 🙂

  4. decall says:

    O yeah, I like it.

  5. Lou Lee says:

    Sweet Forrest, Like YOU!
    Happy Easter!

  6. Jdiggins says:

    Beautiful and touching. 🙂

  7. anna says:

    Happy Easter to you Forrest & the Fenn family!

    Thanks for taking a break from skimming the pond to say hello and post a story. Your fish and Teseque have a good thing going.

  8. E* says:

    Forrest – It is good that you have Cottonwood trees right there,…if you are not feeling well. Their components are used to cure lots of ailments:

    http://www.countrycrone.com/Herbalism/CottonwoodTreeHerb.html

    One of the books I read mentioned that the sap from the sticky buds smells really good on your fingers if you pick them,…which is only once a year. I think it said the sap smells like cinnamon.

    And in that link,…the photo at the top looks a lot like that tree covered in Snow pictured in your Scrapbook 52,…was that a Cottonwood Tree?

    I hope you feel better…

  9. Ramona says:

    May everyone have a happy and fun Easter.

  10. RFleming says:

    Forrest, Thank you for all the Fun, I think Eric would be pleased, He must have known all the time, You were a good egg !!

    Jenny, What a fun idea, Enjoy your trip.

    Wishing every one a Happy and Blessed Easter

  11. Spallies says:

    Happy Easter everyone… Thank you Jenny for your site!

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