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Happy Egging

Ukrainian EggCessories is proud to be the exclusive retailer of Happy Eggings’ laser cut products for Pysanky.

Happy Egging has the following pysanky tools to help you divide your egg into perfect divisions. These are accessories to the craft lathe used by many Pysanky enthusiasts.

  • Divider Rings (Accessory for craft lathe)
  • Self-Storing Lathe Table (Accessory for craft lathe)

Lathe Not Included.

    Happy Egging Pysanky Tools for dividing eggshells

    We are also carrying the discontinued Flat-Pack Egg Rack until they are sold out, so pick up yours quick. 

    Happy Egging products are designed by Canadian designer and illustrator Jennifer E Kwong. She has also designed egging-related mugs and tees which are available at redbubble: https://www.redbubble.com/people/jenniferkwong/shop

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    • Divider Rings - (Accessory for craft lathe)
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      The craft lathe has markings moulded into the cups, but what if you want to divide your egg into something other than 4 wedges?

      This set allows you to unleash your creativity and create designs based on 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 16 or 20 wedges.

      Happy egging is pleased to release is the new and improved third version of the rings…the best of versions 1 and 2. They are made of 1/8” laser cut and engraved birch plywood.

      To use: Fit the ring to the lathe cup. (Instructions for fitting are included with the rings). Make sure your pencil is raised to the lathe’s centre of rotation. You can do this using our Self-storing Lathe table or by stacking books/papers to the right height. Each ring allows you to divide into three numbers. For example, the “3 6 12” ring will let you divide an egg into 3, 6, or 12 wedges. For 3 wedges, use the small dashed lines only; for 6 wedges, use the small and large dashed lines; for 12 wedges, use all lines.

      The rings were designed to work with the beige plastic craft lathe and lathe table, but can still be used on chicken eggs as you would a paper template.

      Lathe Not Included.

      Self-Storing Lathe Table sold separately.

      NOTE: Our new manufacturer has added a protective masking film to the product to protect the wood from scorching during the laser cutting and engraving process. Masking is indicated with a red dot. Please check for masking and remove from the front and back before use.

      protective film on division rings

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    • Self-Storing Lathe Table (Accessory for Craft Lathe)
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      If you’ve used an egg lathe to make lines from the north to south “poles” on an egg, you’ll know how important it is to have the pencil height juuust right.

      If your pencil tip is not the same height as the centre of the lathe’s rotation, your lines will be bowed and inaccurate. The lathe table was designed to help you make lines at the perfect height when used with an everyday hexagonal wooden pencil. You may even find other uses for it…some people use it as a wrist support while egging :)

      The table assembles and disassembles in seconds, and can be stacked and “locked” into the lathe when not in use.

      Made in Canada from 1/8” laser cut birch plywood.

      Lathe Not Included.

      Divider Rings sold separately.

      NOTE: Our new manufacturer has added a protective masking film to the product to protect the wood from scorching during the laser cutting and engraving process. Table parts from the original batch do not have masking, but the new ones do. Masking is indicated with a red dot. Please check for masking and remove before use.

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    • Flat-Pack Egg Rack - less than 10 available
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      Supplies are limited. Once they’re gone…they’re gone!

      The flat-pack egg rack was designed because I wanted to be able to dry a bunch of empty chicken shells in as little counter space as possible. Realizing the shells would do better if they were elevated and air could circulate, so I used an old cereal box with holes cut out of it. It worked but was such an eyesore, I thought it would be a fun challenge to design something nice to look at that wouldn’t take up much space.

      ~ Jennifer Kwong

      The rack will hold 27 chicken egg shells in a letter-sized footprint. The “feet” are made from the negative space and the pieces slide into the slots. Two extra feet are included. It can be easily stored on a bookshelf when not in use. It can also be used as a display at a craft sale or as a place for eggs to hang out if you work in batches or do group egging around a table.

      Please note: this rack is NOT for drying freshly varnished shells! 

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