Egg Artistry Guild of Australia

The Egg Artistry Guild of Australia first began in South Australia in 1983. It aims to promote egg art, encourage and teach new eggers and provide friendship and support to its members.

Meetings are held on the third Saturday of each month at St. Paul Lutheran School,  44 Audrey Avenue, Blair Athol 5084.

A comprehensive library is available to members, providing instruction sheets, books, markers and a cutter. Regular magazines and news bulletins are issued to keep eggers in touch and up to date with what's happening.

SAFETY FIRST

Egg dust is TOXIC it can be very harmful and may result in fatality.

When cutting eggs always :-
     wear a dust mask suitable for toxic fine dust particles
     use rubber gloves protect
     your eyes with safety glasses
     use a cutting box and vacuum extractor

Take care with high speed power tools, keep fingers out of the way

Paints, Varnishes, Glues, Solvents and Cleaners have the potential to be harmful.
All products must be used in accordance with Manufacturers instructions.

 RECOMMENDED LEARNING

Beginners Trinket box
Single Door
Carved Egg
 
Basic Cut, Hinge, Lining, Braid, Stand
Basic door, Hinge, Silk Print, Finial, Aurora, Stand
 Pattern application, Flame Drill, dipping,  Aurora, Stand
 
Intermediate

 

Lattice Carved Eggs
Multiple Hinges
Music Box 
 
More detailed marking and cutting
Incorporating Flatback Rhinestones
Egg with Paper Tolle
 
Advanced

 

Clock
Lighting
Multiple eggs
 
Double Door, facia, movement
 Wiring circuits
Sailing ship, Waterlily
 

 

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