Steampunk Easter Eggs.
A brief History of the Easter Egg.
The early orthodox Church adopted the tradition of decorating eggs with die to celebrate Easter Sunday, the day of Jesus’ resurrection. Not only because eggs represent the begging of new life, but there are also other legends related to the decoration of eggs in some of the excluded gospels.
Two such stories are from or about Mary Magdalene herself. When Mary visited Jesu’s body in the tomb, she took a basket of cooked eggs for herself and the other women. After encountering the resurrected Jesus Christ, she looked down at the basket, and the eggs had turned a bright red in colour. Sometime after, during her Evangelical career, preaching the gospel, Mary Magdalene Visited the Emperor of Rome to tell him that “Christ has risen”. To which the Empora pointed to an egg on the table and said, “Christ has not risen any more than that egg is red”, and as soon as he spoke, the egg changed in colour to a vivid blood red.
Ever since, the custom of decorating eggs for Easter has become a tradition all over the world.
The first Chocolate Easter egg was introduced in 1873 by the chocolate maker Joseph Fry of J. S. Fry & Son. But Cadbury’s where the first to produces them on mass shortly after with the development of its Coco Butter, which can be smoothly cast with moulds and is still used in Chocolate bars, easter eggs and other shaped chocolate today.
If you are new to the term “Steampunk.”, it is an expression first stamped in the 1980s that especially refers to a Subgenre of Science Fiction, or Sci-Fi, where the imaginary world mirrors the aesthetics, architecture, and extensively of the technoalgey (with exceptions) of the mid to late nineteenth century, like the Victorian period, where steam is the main source of energy.
Steampunk Easter Eggs.
Sorry, we have not been able to find any available Chocolate Steampunk Easter Eggs, but for now, anyway, here are some great ornamental Steampunk Easter Eggs and Steampunk Easter egg wannabees.
The two-sided Steampunk Easter Egg Table Decoration.
Made from wood and upcycled clock parts with a red heart viewable from a central dome, This two-sided Steampunk Easter Egg Table Decoration by SteaMax makes a great table centrepiece at any steampunk-themed Easter celebration meal.
Funky Trio of Steampunk Metal Eggs.
These so-named Steampunk Eggs are constructed from a mixture of two or three different metals. The pieces are pinned together in this crown design with nail rivets.
Alice in Wonderland (Steampunk) Fabergé Style Egg.
A nice piece of Steampunk Easter Egg for Alice in Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass fans who love steampunk and Fabergé eggs.
A Syropore egI wrapped in self-adhesive tape. Primed with black gesso and painted with silver and peacock wax paste. The rings are made of wood and individually.Direcly fro shop page.
The Steampunk Egg by BiggiBasteln will make a cool paperweight or desk ornament.
Steampunk Easter Egg Decor Butterfly with Gears Crystals decoupage home Spring Holiday Decorations.
A beautifully decorated wooden composite egg by TheAlteredArtistry, with cast resin adornments, including the butterfly and steampunk gears. Finished with a coat of metallic paint and crystals. On a decoupage composition.
The Great Wave – Japanese Steampunk Aberge Egg.
Now, we have saved you the best until last. The Crème de la crème of Steampunk Easter Egg Art. Another beautiful decoupaged design, this time by DrewsSteampunk.
The hollow egg is decorated in a cool decoupage Japanese ocean wave design with steampunk elements, including gears, gages and pipes. The Easter egg is topped with a traditional Japanese roadside shrine.
The opened egg reveals an origami kimono and a selection of bath tokens.
Thays all the steampunk easter eggs for now!
Yes, that’s it for now, folks. These are the best-decorated steampunk and steampunk tendency Easter eggs I can find on Etsy at the moment. I hope it may have given you some ideas for your steampunk easter egg projects. And we hope you have enjoyed this picture post as much as we have enjoyed putting it all together.
All six steampunk Easter eggs featured here can be found in one place in my Etsy Faferts list “Steampunk Easter Eggs.” here!
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