The Heirloom Egg & Plate Collection launched nearly two weeks ago and I’ve had the honor of sending so many hand painted beauties off to their forever homes. While these one-of-a-kind decorative plates and eggs make beautiful Easter decor, they are also lovely to keep up throughout the spring and even year round. My Mom has kept hers displayed on the nightstand since she received it so she can see it every morning. 🥰
There are an infinite number of ways to style your Heirloom Eggs, whether you draw attention to a single egg or display them in clusters. Each one arrives with its own antique gold stand but they have flat bottoms and will also sit upright on a flat surface. One of my favorite ways to make a statement though, is to feature a single egg inside a bell jar or glass cloche.
Cloches look beautiful on a spring table scape, but they are also lovely on a mantle, entryway table, or in glass china cabinet. Here are a few affordable cloche options I’ve found to protect your work of art from dust and debris while also showcasing all those beautiful details.
When looking for cloches that will fit the Heirloom Eggs, you’ll want an interior dome dimension of at least 6.5″ tall and 4″ wide. Make sure that if the dome base has a ridge, lip, or groove, that the inside platform is at a minimum 3.75″ wide to accommodate the feet on the Antique Gold egg stand.
I’d love to see how you style your Heirloom Eggs! Be sure to tag me @joannabaker on Instagram when you find the perfect place for them in your space. And if you still haven’t collected your favorite Heirloom Egg or Plate this year, there are still some of my favorites available in the shop. You can view the entire collection here. Happy spring!
I have some news… we bought a house and we’re moving to New Jersey! Even as I type those words, it doesn’t feel real. We closed this past Thursday and we’re moving in 9 days!! 🤯 I’ve been dying to share this news with you, but we had to keep things under wraps until it was official. And in this crazy housing market, at every turn it felt like things could fall apart. But finally, after seven months of serious searching, everything lined up and we found a house! It feels like the perfect fit for us right now and I can’t wait to get settled in our new space. I’ll share more pictures soon but here’s a peek at our new kitchen…
There are times as an artist where a big, blank sheet of paper feels liberating. It can be a fresh start – a big open canvas ready to fill with ideas and beauty. But other times, staring at a blank page can feel overwhelming. Where do you start? What happens if you mess up? How are you going to fill all this space? Keep reading for some helpful tips I use to overcome my fear of a blank page when it crops up.
Creative routines are so important. In the same way that starting your day with a cup of tea or coffee in the morning helps to get you in the groove, establishing creative routines will help to keep your creative spark thriving and the inspiration flowing…
This challenge is one I’m very familiar with – living and creating in a one bedroom Manhattan apartment is no easy feat! And let’s face it – a trip to the art supply store can easily add up. (Raise your hand if you relate to this meme? 🙋♀️) I think it’s easy to get caught up in a Pinterest spiral and think you need a sun drenched, airy studio space or all the fancy art supplies in order to make great work. But that simply just isn’t the case!