Eggshell is an extremely thin and fragile material, and therefore it is usually used when creating paintings or sculptures. However, there are masters of filigree work, who by their example prove that even with fragile eggshells, you can work in a variety of directions and create incredible works of art. Elizabeth Klein, a French craftswoman, decided to embroider on eggshells - and, it should be noted, she is doing very, very well.
For her crafts, the craftswoman takes clean chicken eggs, freed from yolk and protein through small holes. Then she marks the approximate points - the holes through which she will embroider with ribbons on the shell. This is a very delicate job: too much pressure or too fast needle work can simply break the fragile eggshell. Elisabeth Klein maintains this very line, creating “embroidered Faberge eggs” of delightful beauty:
Elizabeth embroiders a wide variety of designs and creates "embroidered Faberge eggs" for various holidays: New Year, Easter, March 8, birthday, etc. Her work can be called "poetry on an egg", or rather, on the thinnest shell.