This painstaking decoration process will put your Easter Eggs to shame.

This painstaking decoration process will put your Easter Eggs to shame.

With Easter right around the corner it’s time to start the age-old tradition of drilling 3 to 5 thousand holes in an egg forming intricate designs. What, that’s not how you do it?

Artist Franc Grom is putting a whole new spin on the Easter egg, handcrafting designs into real eggs with not much more than a drill and a pin.  Each egg can take weeks of work with Grom crafting as long as his concentration will tolerate. His eggs are a take on traditional Slovenian designs, and show at local museums and forums around the world. He also sells his pieces online for a tidy sum.

His incredible works shine best under the light, revealing the patience that must go into every egg. I don’t know about you, but given the same task I think I would crack. Get it… Crack…

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